No Period After Taking Primolut

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marina Says:

I have taken primolut for 7 days (three per day) to advance my period and still my period has not come. What can I do?

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Sara Says:
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Hi marina. I did the same thing but the dosage was 4 pills/day. Can you tell me what happened with you next? Cuz I'm on the 5th day and nothing happened yet. My wedding is next week so i have no idea what to do?

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Moreh4ever Says:
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I took primolut n three days after unprotected intercourse as prescribed to prevent a possible pregnancy. The first day I took one tab, but the 2 other days I took two tabs each day, as I used it for just three days. But now I'm not seeing my period. Does it mean that I'm pregnant? Please, I need a reply. I'm scared, I don't want to be pregnant now.

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Kevin Says:


Here is some information I found on the medication Primolut Nor (10mg)

Active Ingredients:
- Norethindrone

It is a progestogen used to treat premenstrual syndrome, painful periods, abnormal heavy bleeding, irregular periods, menopausal syndrome (in combination with oestrogen), or to postpone a period.

To delay a period the instructions are to take 1 tablet 3 times a day starting 3 days prior to your period due date. The medication is supposed to resume your period 2-3 days after you stop taking the tablets.

The phrasing you used in your statement makes it seem like you have taken primolut for 7 days and now you have no period, if that is the case how many days has it been since you stopped taking the tablets? If you mean that you have delayed your period and now have waited 7 days after taking the medication and still have not resumed your period I would consult your doctor as advised on the medications warning label.

Linked below is some additional information on the medication...
[1] Norethindrone Details

I hope this helps.

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