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Not really: The only way to "control" bleeding might be to use a low dose birth control pill or depot Provera (medroxyprogesterone) to reduce menstrual flow. Sometimes bleeding stops altogether. Medicated iuds can reduce flow too. Menses is a normal part of the reproductive cycle. If the bleeding is heavier than normal then see gyn for evaluation and treatment. Best wishes. ...Read more
Wat shud I do to get period immediately in one day...its urgnt plz infrm me crrct medicines to occur period in one day...
Theres NO med that: Can bring a period on immediately. Don't trust anyone who tells you otherwise. Only a surgical procedure could do this, but it would never be done for this reason. I get the feeling that you're concerned about an unplanned pregnancy. If so, it's best that you consult a trusted health care professional. Namaste. Dr. Anne ...Read more
I get period and it only lasts maybe 2 to 3 days. Should i be concerned that something is wrong? What could this mean?
Most likely you: Are not building up much tissue to bleed which is usually ok, but see your gyn for an evaluation to make sure. ...Read more
Madam I took primoult -n tablets for 2 days to get period earlier.bt idid nt got the period shall I continue the tablet on third day.
Primolut is norethindrone an ecetate, a progesterone.
To cycle your mense with primolut you have to take 1 tablet every day for 10days every month.
If you have normal, regular periods you should not be talking primulot.
See your gynecologist for supervision and evaluation of exciting problem. ...Read more
Keep appointment: Keep your doctor's appointment unless they tell you differently. ...Read more
Keep a menstrual calendar and track your ovulation with an ovulation predictor kit. Some women will get spotting/light bleeding at the time of ovulation. This is normal.
If you are having trouble following your cycles, you can use a clearplan fertility monitor and it will track your cycle to see when the best time is for you to get pregnant. ...Read more
If before exercise I get period every 28 day and after starting exercise I get it every 29 day if I stop exercising for month will I get it 28 day?
No difference: A one-day difference in the day of the menstrual cycle is not clinically meaningful. It is just the slight variation from one cycle to the next. This is not a cause for concern. Continue exercising and being healthy and know that it is normal to have some variation from month to month ...Read more
I'm 6.5 weeks pg I went for an early scan yesterday. They told me the baby was growing well & I was ovulating. How is this possible? Will I get period?
How can I get my periods early? I don't had any sex since last 3 months. I am 25 years old. Generally I get period in 40 to 50 days. I want it asap
Manipulating menses: There is no way to get it asap. If your periods are 40-50 days apart, that is not normal. The use of birth controo pills is the way that periods are usually manipulated. ...Read more
Almost 18 yrs old; had period about 6 years; was very consistently every month for 4 yrs; Past yr and a half only get period every other month. Why?
Periods: Your periods may be delayed because of excessive dxercise, dieting, medication or illness. Then too, your body maybe developing a normal cyclical pattern ...Read more
I 'm 24, didn't get period last month, at the end of the month had brownish colored discharge when I wiped. Now this month I am experiencing the same?
Abnormal periods: Getting abnormal periods can happen for many reasons, but first and foremost, if you're sexually active, make sure you get a pregnancy test. The color of the period (brown vs red) isn't as concerning as the irregularity. Irregular periods and spotting can happen for many reasons, but when they do start happening, your doc should do a thorough history and exam to find out what's going on. ...Read more
Ididn'tgetmyperiodfor50day.pregnancytestnegative.so doctorsuggestedtotake primolut 5mg for 5 days. Each day 2 tablets.taken. But I didn't get period yet?
Menopause?: U don't mention your age. In order to have periods the ovary has to produce estrogen to make a uterine lining grow. A progestin such as primolut, makes the lining mature. After the progestin level falls, the lining sloughs off (a period occurs. It can take a week to 10 days for this to happen. If it hasn't happened at that point, testing is indicated to see if there is a reason for a low estrogen ...Read more
Dysmenorrhea is nl: The body releases a chemical called prostaglandin that peaks before and with the start of a period. The chemical can cause cramping, fever chills, nausea vomiting and a flu-like syndrome. Some people get all of these symptoms or just some of them or none of them. Nsaids (like ibuprofen) are prostaglandin inhibitors and, for that reason, reduce the symptoms if taken just before the start of a period. ...Read more
Its confusing: 30% of pregnant women will bleed at the time of their expected period because of implantation bleeding. This gives them the impression that they are having their period, when they are, in fact, pregnant. ...Read more
Yes: A urine pregnancy test, done correctly, gives a reliable result 3 weeks after sex (3 weeks after when conception might have occurred), or 1 week after missing a period. If done sooner, a positive result is likely real, but a negative result may be due to testing too soon, and thus lead to a repeat test. If a woman gets her normal regular period, then she is not pregnant, and a test is not needed. ...Read more
Ovulation: It may be harder for you to predict when you are ovulating. ...Read more