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Missed period. Prescribed duphaston. Not pregnant. When am I likely to get period?

I had my ovulation and it was confirmed by my doctor with echo, I shoudl have had my period on 13th of February but it was late! I did home pregnancy test after four days, I did another test after 8 days but all results were negative. I was perscribed Duphaston 10 mg (2 tablests a day for 5 days) and i toook my last pill on 28th of February morning. After how many days should i get my period? It has been five days now and still no period. Thank you for your help, i really need it.
Asked On : Fri, 8 Mar 2013
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HELLO, welcome to hcm,
as per the details u have submitted,
as the urine pregnency kit is negative , it says implantation diidnt occur .. and u took those duphaston pills, generally after withdrawing of progesterone menstruation occurs after 5-7 days i hope u will get menstruation after 5-7 days from the date of stopping the duphaston pills..

hope i have cleared ur doubt...
Answered: Fri, 8 Mar 2013
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