Femilon And Glycomet 500 Sr

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anju Says:
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I have pcod and irregular periods from beginning. .I get my periods once in 2 to 3 months. .last month I had bleeding continuously for 10 days and doctor consulted me to take xamic mf tablets for 3 days and bleeding was stopped. .and now this month iam bleeding from 17 ddays..I had light bleeding with clots and doctor advised to take femilon and glycomet 500 sr tablets and told that periods will stop after 2 days but my pperiods has not stopped and having heavy flow now..I have started taking glycomet 500 sr from 4 days..when should I start femilon. .should I take it together. .is it normal to bleed while taking glycomet 500 sr tablets. .pls suggest



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Shibbu Says:
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I had a miscarriage n pregnancy test is negative but my bleeding is not stopping can i take femilon n registrone tablet together or only femilon to stop my bleeding pls suggest me.

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