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Need to cut periods by 2 days. Can I take primolut n to to end periods?

I must stop my period and was planning to take primolut but my period came early. It has just barely started and I just took 2 5mg tablets. Is it possible that my period could stop? Since I already started to take primolut n will it make my period shorter? I need my period to stop early. It usually lasts about 7 days. I need it to last 5 days.
Asked On : Mon, 6 Aug 2012
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Thank for query,
The menstrual flow depend upon the shedding of endometrium & blood prepared after ovulation.
It depend upon the thickness of endometrum.
Once it cleared out it will prepare for next cycle.
If we disturb the process of it the next cycle may disturbed.
So don't try to change period is controlled by hormonal surge & withdrawals.
If you have a prolonged periods like more than 12-15 days then under medical supervision you can take Methargin tablet to control it.
Answered: Mon, 6 Aug 2012
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