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Question: Itz been 13 days since i have got inserted copper t.I had bleedig for first few days. Still i have brown discharge instead of white. Is this common..ad how long it will last...?

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Answer: for the first time you insert copper t is common to have bleeding for continuous days . if bleeding is too heavy even after 13 days only you need to worry . as you stated you got only brown discharge . it will subside in few days . Your period on your next month also be the same with heavy bleeding for few days . since your uterus has to accept the new particle that is being inserted . if it is brown discharge then there is nothing to worry about ..if you have continuous bleeding even the next month for more than 15 days then you may go and get yourself examined. because copper t is not suitable for everyone somebody's body may not accept the new particle like copper t and pushes it out which may result in continuous bleeding . since you have ly discharge . you may not worry about . check on your next period by next month . periods will be normal after 3-4 months .
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    Athira Sunilkumar82 days ago

    Is there any chances for periods to come b4 10 days after cu t insertion...?

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