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Prescribed Regestrone to advance periods. Is medicine and dosage correct?

Hi .... i am getting married on 6th feb 2013 and so wanted my period to happen early then my due date which is 2nd or 3rd gave me regestrone sandoz 5mg for 5 days with 2tablets daily.ine after breakfast and ine after dinner and said that my period will happend in the 3rd or 4th day frim the day if stopping the medicine.please if the medine and dosage is correct?
Asked On : Mon, 21 Jan 2013
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the medicine and dose your doctor adviced is correct.
In order for women to feel comfortable, regestrone(norethethistirone) has been introduced which can help in delaying the period for a particular period of time. You can take the pills in a way that you can delay your periods for the time when you are going to attend a special event or are going for a holiday. regestrone 5mg is the name of the treatment that is used to delay periods. This pill consists of Norethisterone as its active ingredient, which is synthetic progestogen. This progestogen is similar in effect to the natural female sex hormones in your body.
Answered: Tue, 22 Jan 2013
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