Sylate 500 Will Stop Bleeding

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Billy Says:
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My wife delivered one month ago. For the last 20days she's been bleeding only during the day but more in the morning. what cud be the problem, can sylate help and for how long should she use it?



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Verwon Says:

It is completely normal for the bleeding to seem to be more in the morning, that's purely an effect of gravity. When she's laying down at night, the blood is pooling in the uterus, because she's not standing up for gravity to cause it to drain out. Then in the morning when she gets up, gravity has its effect, so the blood begins to drain again. And during the day, there will generally be more blood that works out due to her being more active during that time period, then it will seem to let up in the evening.

As to bleeding for 20 days, some prolonged bleeding after childbirth is normal and it can last for several weeks.

Has she contacted her doctor about it?

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Sizwe2017 Says:

i have been having fabroids for more than a year now. they were removed but after a year they are back again which means my periods have changed instead of three days period im having my period for ten days with lots of clots. i went to a doctor i was given medication
to take after period and was given Sylate 500 pills to be taken during my period. im still taking as im on period. My question is when should i stop taking Sylate 500 pill? is it after my period stops or? please advise!

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