thank you for your query
what you are experiencing is a common side effect of norethisterone
(the component of gynaset
the basic mechanism of action of pills is that women taking 'the pill' do not have normal periods. Rather, they are withdrawal bleeds which occur when the oestrogen in the pill is not taken. The hormones in the pill help to sustain the lining of the womb (uterus
Norethisterone is a progestogen hormone. Progestogens are hormones that sustain the lining of the womb (uterus). Normally at the time before a period there is a fall in the level of progestogen hormone in the body. When it falls below a certain level, the lining of the uterus is shed as menstrual period. By taking norethisterone tablets (progestogen) the lining of the uterus is sustained
hence sometimes there is a delay in the periods.
this along with the vaginal infection
upsets the vaginal environment.
i would suggest you to consult an OB/GYN to change the dosage or the composition of the pills.
wishing you good health