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Hi, I have taken primolut n 5g, twice a day for 23 days. I finished taking the medication on the 17 but started bleeding on the 16 up until right now. I have been bleeding for the past 7 days now. My period at first was a very dark brown and then became a very light pink colour, but now it's getting to a darker red and doesn't seem to be stopping at any time. And every time I would use the toilet, I would see really small blood clots. Before taking this medication I had really frequent painful cramps but after using the medication, the cramps are still painful but not as frequent, however I do believe the cramps are now starting to become frequent. I am a bit worried as I don't know when the bleeding will stop and if this is normal. Please is this normal? And how long should I continue to bleed?

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