Thanks for writing in.
There can be several reasons for irregular periods
. Generally, meprate
(which contains progesterone
) can be expected to produce withdrawal bleeding only in case of anovulatory cycles. This occurs in 7-10 days of stopping treatment.
The weight gain and irregular cycles are suggestive of a possible polycystic ovarian syndrome
. I would like to know if an ultrasonography
of the pelvic region has been done for you. The treatment of PCOS is different and does not involve giving meprate. I would suggest that you see a gynaecologist, get an ultrasonography of the pelvis done so that proper management can be done.
Hope this helps