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What should a woman who has had her period for more than a week with no sign of stopping take to stop the period

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7 months ago

Tranexamic acid tablets or Inj. Tranexamic acid upto 2g (500mg /dose, Max upto 4dose)

Thank you but what about the drug premolut n does it have any effect on the patient whether positive or negative

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3 months ago

In eberyogenic phase in the the first part apear to be the future clavical appear as membrane from which ossificasions centers start to develop to mak ostiose of clavical bone this occure almost in all long bones of the featus

3 months ago

In eberyogenic phase in the the first part apear to be the future clavical appear as membrane from which ossificasions centers start to develop to mak ostiose of clavical bone this occure almost in all long bones of the featus

3 months ago

In eberyogenic phase in the the first part apear to be the future clavical appear as membrane from which ossificasions centers start to develop to mak ostiose of clavical bone this occure almost in all long bones of the featus

3 months ago

In eberyogenic phase in the the first part apear to be the future clavical appear as membrane from which ossificasions centers start to develop to mak ostiose of clavical bone this occure almost in all long bones of the featus

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