Provera 10mg ... No Period


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Lila Says:

Hi there, I have searched the web but cant find my answer. Was given Provera 10mg twice daily starting on THE LAST DAY of my menstrual cycle. For the past few months I had terrible spotting a week before my period was due, which is awfull. My period would last app. 4-7 days after this. I was diagnosed with endemetrioses at a young age, but have healthy children:-) We are trying for a baby but struggeling. My gynie tested to see if I am ovulating, and I am. He gave me Provera to start on the last day (the 25 June)last pil on the 5th July. I have not started any kind of spotting or period up to now (16 days) and my period is 3 days late. I have menstrual cramps for 3 days but nothing. Also no nausea bit of tender breasts. Is this common? I dont want to get too excited as it is devestating doing a home test and its neg. Thank you....

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