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Suggest any pills to induce periods. - Online Doctor Chats

Date : 30-May-2013
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Very Good Posted in: Menstruation and Miscarriage
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Doctor:Dr XXXXXXX here
Doctor:How can I help you?
User:hi doctor.
User:This is XXXXXXX from XXXXXXX
User:i would like to know the pill name for my wife
User:who is need to get fast mensus.
User:we have an appointment on coming weekend
User:we are planning to go out of station to andhra
User:this week end
User:she want to get the pre by today or XXXXXXX
User:so we can plan accordingly...
User:kindly suggest some pills to get immediately
Doctor:There are a few medications which can change the dates of periods.
Doctor:These drugs are more effective to postpone cycles.
Doctor:The same drugs when used earlier let say a week ago and stopped can induce period too.
Doctor:Since you are planning to start period by today or tomorrow, the drugs may not induce the period that early.
Doctor:Drugs containing progesterone such as susten / primolut N can be prescribed by a gynecologist for this purpose.
Doctor:I would suggest you to take a prescription from a gynecologist and try it.
Doctor:But I cannot guarantee that periods can be induced that early.
Doctor:If the vacation / travel period is early, I would rather suggest you to try postponement.
Doctor:Have you followed?
Doctor:* I mean you try postponement if the vacation period is short.
Doctor:Are you there?
Doctor:Are you there?
Doctor:Have you followed what I suggested?
User:am reading dr. pls wait. sorry my TL called
User:she is using memsovit plus
User:she has consumed many tablets. but still all are in vain
User:she has taking papya and sesame foods to get early
Doctor:Menstrual cycles are regulated by hormones.
Doctor:It is the sudden fall in the levels of progesterone hormones in the body which results in period.
Doctor:Hence doctors suggest the use of progesterone tablets as suggested earlier to create an artificial progesterone increase and abrupt stop.
Doctor:This creates an artificial environment similar to menstrual cycle.
Doctor:And so if you are going to start this tablet today, she would need to take then for 2-3 days and stop.
Doctor:Period are expected to occur in a couple of days following withdrawal.
User:actually she has to get by this 10th of XXXXXXX
User:but she has not got till now
Doctor:This was the reason, why I mentioned, cycles may not happen as early as today or tomorrow.
User:i would take to doctor today or tomorrow.
Doctor:So she has crossed her expected date.
Doctor:If that is the case, have you confirmed for pregnancy?
User:tats y i asked u to get tat early atleast to go out for weekend'
User:already we have one
Doctor:May I know when that was?
User:she asked me to cancel that
User:3 years
Doctor:I understand that XXXXXXX
Doctor:Now that she has missed her period date, I wish to know if you have checked for pregnancy.
User:sorry i was not mentioned this one early to u
User:we have to got atleast today.
User:she is taking vomit continously
Doctor:Let me explain to you XXXXXXX
Doctor:Since you mentioned that she has missed her period, the it is important that we know the cause.
User:pls suggest i will come again doctor i have small discussion now with my TL.
User:sorry to say this
User:i will come again, thanks
Doctor:Can I call and discuss about it quickly on a phone?
Doctor:Thanks for consulting me.
Doctor:Bye for now.
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