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Prescribed with Deviry, folic acid and flustat for missing periods. Can I take these medications together? Safe?

RECENTLY I HAD A PROBLEM OF MENSURATION GAP LIKE 2 MONTH BUT I AM NOT A PREGNANT SO WENT TO HOSPITAL TO GET RID OUT OF THIS PROBLEM AND DOCTOR GIVE ME 3 TABLET THAT IS DEVIRY 10 MG ,ANOTHER FERCOUS SULPHATE WITH FOLIC ACID AND ANOTHER ONE IS FLUSTAT TABLET SO PLEASE ADVICE ME CAN I TAKE THIS MEDICINE ALTOGETHER .IS IT GOOD FOR HEALTH ??? PLEASE HELP ME I AM CONFUSEED and what is solution for period comes in time.
Asked On : Mon, 6 Aug 2012
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Hi,

Deviry is a progesterone containing tablet used to regularise the period, it needs to be taken for 5 days and then stopped. This will cause you to get your periods within 5 days of stopping the tablet. Iron sulphate and folic acid are given to increase haemoglobin and given if you have anemia. Flustat is given to treat cold.
You can take them together, they do not react with each other.
Hope this helps.
Regards.
Answered: Sat, 28 Nov 2015
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