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i am a lady of 29 years unmarried suffering from severe menorrhagia since onset of menses. i have taken all sorts of treatment from ovral g to regestrone but the problem only worsened moreover these harmonal drugs have caused acne, weight gain and hair loss. i gave up the harmonal allopathic drugs 2.5 years back after that the menses was flooding since then i am taking homeopathic medicines but i have no relief i have also started vitex 7 months back .since i have given up regestrone every month before menses i have black discharge then menses strarts then bleeding occurs.Hom doc is giving me actea racemosa,erigron,fraxinus americana but the amount of blood is still flooding . i donot know what to do.i got harmonal tests done but on LH was a bit low other harmone levels were normal. My thyroid is also normal.my sonography is normal. i had undergone heart surgery in childhood for hole closure which is now normal. pls help me
  sanober on 2005-08-16
This is just a forum. Assume posts are not from medical professionals.
I had the same trouble years ago with a relative.

It was only when I went up the potency range of Ipecac that it was cured.

Try on three successive nights a) 1m
c) cm

report results.
walkin last decade

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