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This is the second time when i'm having prolonged bleeding (2 months continuous passing blood clots it was around october), I have pcod. My gynaecologist had put me on texid mf and daflon but that didn't work and bleeding started again. Then she had asked me to take the course of regestrone cr 10 mg and that worked. Now, this time again it has been 2 months of passing blood clots and taking the course of regestrone cr 10 mg but the bleeding is not stopping this time after a week before I forgot to take a dose on last wednesday (10th july) and took it after around 45 hours and spotting started. I started the course on (1st july). It has been around 10 days (from 10th july when I missed a dose) i'm taking the medicine regularly two times a day now but still passing blood clots with unbearable pain. Menstrual cramps are taking a toll on my health and bleeding isn't stopping. My doctor is not reachable. I'm looking for serious advice. Pls. Also, can I take meftal spas or zerodol for unbearable pain with regestrone cr 10 mg. Please answer my whole situation and not only one question.

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Hi lybrate-user you are experiencing something called an ovulation bleeding which is due to pcos, life style change etc. So when ever you get more than 50 days for your period to come, you need to take tablets withdrawal bleeding or otherwise you will be experiencing these unwanted blood loss. I would like to know your endometrial thickness which is done by ultrasound. Based on which we can provide you the right treatment I also feel, the pain which is unbearable can be a thickened endometrium which is trying to come out, do not just sort for stopping the bleeding but also to find why its bleeding and get the solution.
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