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    Prolonged periods
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    Ketiwe posted:
    Am lady aged 24,I have been experincing prolonged heavy periods for 12 yrs now.I went to the hospital for the first time to report my conidition in 2008 and was given some family planning pills,which made my peiods stop but th time they started,I was bleed heavly and clots were coming out.then I was given other medcine to balance my homorone.they told me my homorone were imbalanced.Before all these medcines I would attend for 3 months non stop twice in a year with a heavy flow,now I don't know when my periods would start and the colour of my periods is not red but pink.am a virgin and weigh 90kg.what is my problem?
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    tlkittycat1968 responded:
    Unfortunately, no one on an internet board can tell you what is wrong. You need to work with a doctor.


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