Brown Vaginal Bleeding Isotrion And Aldactone

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teflon Says:
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I'm 22 and suffering from pcod.. I'm taking isotroin 20 mg and aldactone 50 mg for it..but after a few months of treatment I'm experiencing brown blood coming out of my vagina. I finished my period a week ago. I've started doing today also so that I lose weight and naturally cure pcod. can u please tell me the possible reasons for this bleeding

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Roy Says:

Sorry to hear about your situation. It sounds like you are having a bad reaction to your medications and I would highly recommend seeing your doctor ASAP. They will need to check your medical chart along with the symptoms you are having in order to recommend a proper course of treatment. Please do not wait to see them. I hope this helps and wish you the best! Pls keep me posted, let me know how it goes.

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