Why did your doctor prescribe you Duphaston? Duphaston is indicated in menstrual disorders which are due to a lack of progesterone in the body. The dosage of Duphaston how often you take it and for how long depends on what you are being treated for. You should continue to take your tablets for as long as your doctor recommends, which may be for 5 days, or taken continually for several days a month and repeated each menstrual cycle for several months, as needed; or taken continuously. This dark brownish thick discharge may be a normal color change and usually happens when the blood is older and not being expelled from the body quickly. Other possibilities are that either you have a cyst or any infection. Your doctor knows your detailed medical history so he can opine you about your symptoms. Do keep me posted and write to us again with more details.
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