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Since how long you are having such periods?
Any investigations and treatment already done?
Have you done blood CP to know hemoglobin levels for anemia?
How is the flow usually during periods? Heavy, normal or spotting only?
Okay so sorry for your issue.
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How is your weight?
Any history of excessive hairs over face, chin,chest and thighs?
Any history of chronic constipation associated?
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Well you are having Polymenorrhea. Well first of all you should start cap trenexemic acid thrice a day and tab mefenamic acid 500 mg twice daily for 5 days to control such bleeding and pain during periods. But these medicines are available in UK by prescription only. You can contact your primary care doctor for this. If this is not possible for you in current scenario of COVID-19 then you can take otc tab aleve 250 mg twice daily for 5 days to control such bleeding.
Later you need to see your doctor physically for pelvic examination followed by pelvic scan to look for cysts in ovaries. You also need to go for BLOOD cp to know about your anemia status. Your hormonal profile like LH, FSH,TSH and Prolactin levels should be checked to reach final diagnosis and treatment accordingly.
Well this is not dangerous at all. It is well treatable condition. Cyst in ovaries can cause this issue. But it is 100 percent treatable issue. Nothing to worry at all. I assure you.
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Well its because of hormonal imbalance. There are few things that you can do until you see your doctor.
Eat enough protein in every meal
-Manage you stress ( this will lower down your cortisol levels and help regulate periods)
-Avoid sugar and refined carbs
-Consume healthy fats
-Maintain a balanced diet
-Drink green tea twice a day
-Get high quality sleep, or enough sleep a day around 8-10 hours
-Consume high fibre, like Metamusil
I hope these will help
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No polymenorrhea is due to hormonal imbalance.
Well you should see your doctor for this. If we will left it without treatment it will continue to disturb you. Painful and recurrent heavy bleeding will result in further anemia which is not good for your general as well as mental health. So you should take it serious and get it treated.