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Does taking norethisterone 5mg tablet affect pregnancy ?

norethisterone 5mg. when will i ovulate and become pregnant , please help in april i was given norethisterone 5mg tablets to get my periods started after having a baby. i only took a few out of the pack and my period came. i had a period 29th may which seemed normal. i am trying to get pregnant and i am hoping i will concieve this month( june) is there anyway that i wont ovulate and get pregant due to taking them tablets in april, please help i am so worried now.
Asked On : Mon, 13 Jun 2011
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hello kate,
welcome to HCM
NORETHISTERONE tab is not for ovulation. its progesterone.
your doctor may adviced you to take it for menstrual problems.
once you have finished taking a course of Norethisterone, you will usually have a menstrual bleed a few days after taking you last tablet. 
so if you have problems regarding to your ovulation you have to consult your doctor about it
take care
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