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Excessive Bleeding - Need homeopathic medicine advice

I am having excessive bleeding for the last 1 year and have several blood clots through out the day. I am on BCP which is a mini pill and a progesterone only but I see no respite to the blood loss and in fact the number of bleeding days have increased. I am losing a lot of blood and feeling anaemic. I have tested the iron level and I am on medication for the iron on one hand I am taking iron and on the other I bleed for 7 full days and each day is heavy bleeding. Also I have been having a breakthrough bleeding in between the cycle.

I have read the following -

Carb (30C) is a homeopathic remedy for heavy menstrual bleeding as well as relief of swollen and tender breasts related to PMS. Sepia (30C) is excellent for treating PMS, menstrual cramps and mood swings from hormone imbalance. Belladonna (30C) is also a homeopathic remedy and is very useful for regulating menorrhagia.

Which medicine is correct for me? Any advice? Thank you in advance!
  Lena3 on 2017-08-19
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