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i had an abortion two months back,by having an injection.after that i had bleeding but after taking medicine it stopped. after one month i had my regular periods for three days.after that i had brown discharges and now it has started bleeding for almost two days..my question is it normal,how can i stop it?

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You can't stop your period, but you can regulate it. Going on birth control would put you on schedule.
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Overview
Causes
Symptoms
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Overview


Menstruation - having periods - is part of the female reproductive cycle that starts when girls become sexually mature at the time of puberty. During a menstrual period, a woman bleeds from her uterus (womb) via the vagina. This lasts anything from three to seven days. Each period commences approximately every 28 days if the woman does not become pregnant during a given cycle.





Causes


There is no single proven theory, but there are several possible reasons:

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contractions of the uterus similar to those felt in childbirth due to the hormone prostaglandin.
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the pain can be caused by the cervix dilating when the blood and the tissue are passed out of the womb.
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the pain can be due to earlier infections or inflammations of the uterus, or benign tumours in the uterus.
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in some cases, painful periods are hereditary. If a woman has painful periods, her daughters may later be affected in the same way.






Symptoms


The degree of discomfort experienced during menstruation varies from woman to woman. Some are never bothered by their periods, while others can be badly affected by unpleasant symptoms. These may include:

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pains in the abdomen
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pain in the vagina
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feeling nauseous and generally unwell
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diarrhoea
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sweating
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fatigue.
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