What Are Famynor Red And White For?

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Makwanda Says:
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I have been using nur isterate last year from January to October and I stopped, but I have been experiencing non stop bleeding. So I went to a clinic and the nurse gave me Famynor, and she cut out the red ones. What are the white ones supposed to do? I want to get pregnant. Plz help.



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Hemlord Chiota Says:
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I got 5 months now I can't see my periods and they gave me Famynor pills it's now 1 and half week nothing has happened and I want the baby ....help please

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Kevin Says:

Hello Makwanda

Famynor is a contraceptive that prevents ovulation and in turn stops menstruation bleeding. Generally contraceptives have active and inactive pills (placebo), I suggest you contact your PCP to discern if that is the case with the discarded red pills.

If you are attempting to get pregnant you should consult your primary care physician because Famynor is a form of birth control.

I hope this helps.

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Spero Says:
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Is been nine days I have my period non stop and I've take famynor also is not stopping bleeding ## help me what must I do to stop bleeding......

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Sbahle Says:

I was using the depo injection for 3 months and I was supposed to get an injection on the 27th of september 2018 but I didn't. So, I had unprotected intercourse on sunday, then I took one pill of famynor, but now I don't know if it will be useful.

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Babsy Says:
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Re: Sbahle (# 4)

We are both in the same situation, I started using famynor yesterday. How did you overcome your situation?

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