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Oralcon to stop prolonged period bleeding

I am 47 years old and on the 28th August i started spotting on and off for about 2 weeks before my period started. My period has now been going for about 3 weeks non stop. I visited the clinic and they gave me Oralcon and said that I must take 2 white tablets immediately and thereafter 1 a day until my period stops. After the 2nd day of taking Oralcon my period had stopped but I was experiencing terrible stomach pain so I stopped taking the Oralcon and my period has started again. I dont have medical aid and I am unemployed so this is really stressing me terribly. What can I do? Is this normal for someone my age? Before this my last 2 periods only lasted 2 or 3 days then stopped. ## Hello Lee, Oralcon is a medicine that contains hormones that work to help regulate your period and preven...

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HAVE NOT RECIEVED PERIOD

im on the beginning of my third month of taking the pill. ive not missed a pill yet. only been about an hour and half late a couple times. but i did not start the pill when i began my period because my health provider advised to take it whenever so i took it the day after i got them, 1st month i had two periods? 2nd month i was awaiting my period when i took like white pill but NOTHING.. im waiting and waiting and no period yet? is this normal its been 4 days since i took the last brown pill. oh and i took a pregnancy test and it came out negative sooo can someone tell me if its normal to miss a period? ## Yes, hormonal contraceptives can cause you to have a delayed menstrual cycle or skip it altogether, it is perfectly normal. Some women even continue to take the active pills to preven...

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No clue!

Found pills in daughters room. Small ONe white and one blue pills, both say WATSON on one side . Blue says 50/30 on other and white says 75/40. Can you please tell me what they are? Thanks ## These are birth control tablets from a package of birth control called Preven, the numbes are the dose of hormones in the pills for that week. The Blue pill is the starter week and the White pill is from the second week. Here's an image of them, though they are in the package so you can't see the markings, but I did confirm this with two professional sites: Preven Image Click Here

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