Penorit Tablet To Regulate Periods

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Alien Says:

my wife's periods was due on 5 march but she missed the period on 17 march we consulted our Doctor and pregnancy test. Negative test report and no sign of pregnancy in ultrasound. doctor gave penorit tablet for periods. my wife had the tablet but 4 days have been gone by but still no periods.. what to do?

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Ashi Says:
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Meei periods date 14 the m ny bagair chck kiay 4 tab penorit kha len baad m chck kia possitve tha mujhy bht dukh hua m ny bhcg b krwaya pragnancy h...but kia yeh tablt mujhy nuqsan dn gy m ny yestrday nght ko 2 len 2 aj din ko nd test aj evening m

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VerFree Says:

Penorit contains Norethindrone, it is a hormone that is important to the female menstrual cycle, however, there is no guarantee that it will induce a menstrual cycle, she may skip the entire time she is taking it, there is really no way to know, it depends on the balance of her natural hormones.

Its typical side effects may include nausea, irregular bleeding, headaches, mood changes, and irritability.

Has there been any change, yet?

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Sam Says:
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I took ecp just to be safe, it's 11 days after that and i still haven't gotten my periods, can I take penorit now to induce periods? Would it be safe?

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Rubi Says:
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Last month I took a 2 tablets of penorit so my periods come on 19 April. And now this not coming nd late. So I took one tablet tonight. Can I take this tablet every month or two three month? plz guide me about this

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Arifa Says:
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Actually I hadn’t got my period in past three months and my doctor suggested me to take penorit tablet and it worked, but after that month of periods it’s been a month and five days above and I haven’t got my periods again. I am stressed - what should I do? I am afraid to use penorit again as it got multiple side effects.

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