Delayed Periods Tablet

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chybaby1745 Says:
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I am taking primulot N and bromegon because I have delayed periods (by 4 months). I am 31yrs. Is it ok? Or is there any other (better) drug for such treatment?

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Verwon Says:

A proper solution is really going to depend on what is causing the problem, it could be due to a hormonal imbalance, stress or other health problem.

Are you on any other medications?

Have you consulted your doctor?

Having them do an exam to look into the matter would be the best thing to do.

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Shriya Says:
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I had my last periods on feb. 28th 2017. I am obese, married and having an intimate relationship with my husband 2 times a week. We are confident that i am not pregnant though I am suffering from pcod also. Plz help me as i want my period within one to two days.

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Reena Says:
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Hi. My last period was on April 28th but up till now I still didn't get my period and I had taken a monsovit tablet yesterday. Can anyone please tell me when I will get my period?

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Jaymama Says:
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I am 45, had fibriods surgery on march 3rd, 2017. 2 weeks after that i have had heavy bleeding with clots. Was placed on primulot-n for 10 days, taking 1 tab 3 times a day. I had my last menses in april. Since then no menses. I am worried. What could be responsible? Is there a medicine to start delayed periods?

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Rani Says:
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I am 26 years of age, am not married & up to now I don't have irregular periods, but last june I took some herbal tablets and since july I have not gotten my periods, so immediately I met with a gynaecologist. She prescribed me norgestron tablets. So then on july 28th I finally got my periods, but once again throughout august I have not gotten periods; just slightly white discharge. I recently began using vitamin b complex tablets along with clarthromycin tablets for pimples on my dermatologist's opinion. So is there any problem with my menstrual cycle? Again, when I will see my next period?

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Rachna Says:
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I'm 48 years old and I want my period to be regular. Last June it stopped coming. Please suggest a medicine for regular periods.

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