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Which medicine should I take for instant period.

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Dr. Charles Gordon
Pediatrics - Adolescent Medicine
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In brief: No such thing

But plan B helps.
Thats how it works to stop a pregnancy.

In brief: No such thing

But plan B helps.
Thats how it works to stop a pregnancy.
Dr. Charles Gordon
Dr. Charles Gordon
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Dr. Julie Abbott
Preventive Medicine

In brief: If you have time

to plan, such as for a specific event (vacation or wedding) controlling your cycle with birth control pills is probably the best option.
Taking progesterone is often used to induce menses, but not instantly...menses usually occurs after a 10 day course of progesterone. Some herbs--parsley/ginger-- are said to stimulate uterine contraction as are mango/papaya and having sex. Unreliable, though:)

In brief: If you have time

to plan, such as for a specific event (vacation or wedding) controlling your cycle with birth control pills is probably the best option.
Taking progesterone is often used to induce menses, but not instantly...menses usually occurs after a 10 day course of progesterone. Some herbs--parsley/ginger-- are said to stimulate uterine contraction as are mango/papaya and having sex. Unreliable, though:)
Dr. Julie Abbott
Dr. Julie Abbott
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