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A 38-year-old female asked:

hello, i had my regular menstrual around feb 16 which lasted about 6 days.. around march 3 i began bleeding again w/cramps and small clots...normal???

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Dr. Parul Krishnamurthy
Obstetrics and Gynecology 34 years experience
No: Not a normal cycle. Make sure you are not pregnant. If not, then monitor your cycles next 3-6 months, and if an ongoing problem then seek evaluation. You may be staring peri menopause type changes

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My son had small bumps in his face-chicken bumps as they call.Is there any cream to apply to treat it.?

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More info: "chicken bumps" are more commonly seen on the arms and legs and do well with cod liver oil (orally). On the face...Depends on the age. If a newborn is one thing. Older children i would want to see the rash before offering suggestions. In general there is a great cream..Called schmoove. Can be ordered from maker. Check it out at www.Franzcenter.Com under herbaceuticals.

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