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How many (tranexamic acid and mefenamic acid) tablets I can take in a day, in case of heavy bleeding after 4rth day of period?

8 Doctors Answered
How many (tranexamic acid and mefenamic acid) tablets I c...
You can take it three times a day.
How many (tranexamic acid and mefenamic acid) tablets I c...
4 times.
How many (tranexamic acid and mefenamic acid) tablets I c...
As an Ayurveda consultant my best advice would be to avoid hormones. For now you can take Raktasthambhak vati 2-2 tablets with half spoon of Mahatiktak ghrutam daily. Detailed consultation will help on proper treatment knowing the cause of heavy bleeding and treating it is very important.
How many (tranexamic acid and mefenamic acid) tablets I c...
Thrice daily.
How many (tranexamic acid and mefenamic acid) tablets I c...
Hello, this combination is good for heavy n painful bleeding, First get diagnosed for your problem as heavy bleeding (Mennorhagia) may be due some other ailments like PCOD, Fibroids or thickened endometrium, get ultrasound scan done n also check for Thyroid profile Any how you can take 3 tab in a day,
How many (tranexamic acid and mefenamic acid) tablets I c...
Three to four times a day.
How many (tranexamic acid and mefenamic acid) tablets I c...
You can take three times a day.
How many (tranexamic acid and mefenamic acid) tablets I c...
Some what around 60 ml blood goes in total duration ..taking steroids / hormones instead of natural nutrition/ N supplements may upset more system than do a benefit ...u have not mentioned status / age ....so in any case do compensate for extra bleeding with diet FLP 100% pure nutrional supplements like Pure Bee honey / aloe necter /gynchia /Royal jelly Beepollen / Propolis etc for dose duration write a message
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