Our expert says:
i strongly recommend that you visit your gynaecologist as soon as possible as this is a very unusual problem. The possibility of a pregnancy followed by an early threatened miscarriage should be considered. Should this be negative then it is also possible that you may have not started ovulating, and the recurrent bleeding problem is secondary to this. further treatment we involve some medication to stop the bleeding problem and perhaps followed by tablets to induce ovulation such as Clomid, Fertomid ect. Your gynaecologist would in all probability Do a careful evaluation to exclude a possibility of polycystic ovarian syndrome(PCOS)
Answered by Dr M.I.Cassim
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