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Hello, I have been suffering from poly cyst and endometriosis which has been causing me a lot of pain and due to which my doctor has suggested me to take- krimson 35 ( once in the night ), endofine ( once in the morning and night ) and she also suggested me to take leuprolide injection once in a month. My concern is Leuprolide is given to stop periods and I stopped Krimson 35 after my 21 days cycle and now after 3 days of not eating the tablet I have been bleeding as I'm worried :( Please let me know if I'm directed correct. Thanks

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Hi there. I agree with how your gynecologist gave your medicine. did yous till experience pain when you had menstrual bleeding? If you did experience pain, you can discuss with gynecologist if you can take tour krimson-35 in a continuous manner instead of cyclic manner. This means, taking your pills without 7 day interval.

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