Our expert says:
No the Mezenol would not be the cause of this. However this could be a sign of a hormonal disorder. It is not a sign of cervical cancer. You need to go for a gynecological evaluation, a sonar of the ovaries may be needed, as well as some blood tests. The doctor may want to put you on a hormonal contraceptive tablet for a few months to regulate your cycle.
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