Our expert says:
See your GP so that he can prescribe some progesterone tablets for you to keep this under control or let him put you on a hormonal contraceptive tablet until you can see your gyne.
Causes could be Uterine fibroids, anovulatory dysfunctional uterine bleeding, bleeding disorders ( low coagulation factors), liver disease, anticoagulen therapy, low platelets. Sometimes, the body produces less estrogen so that the estrogen level needed to trigger progesterone release is not reached. The uterus continues to build lining and eventually intermittent bleeding occurs.
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