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What causes delayed periods after removing Copper T? - Online Doctor Chats

Date : 17-Oct-2014
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User:Hi Doctor
User:I am 30years old
Doctor: Please proceed with your query.
User:I had my last periods on Aug 17 and becuase of severe bleeding i removed my copper T on Sep 4
User:but still i haven't got my periods
User:any issue
User:any tablet ? to get it
Doctor:Yes there is medicine available to get withdrawal bleed
User:may i knowthe name
Doctor:But before taking that medicine you need to rule out pregnancy with urine pregnancy test
Doctor:It is regesterone
User:ya i checked its negative
Doctor:When did you check it?
User:on sunday
User:Thank You Doctor
User:and should i take one tablet only ?
User:and how should i take it
Doctor:It is prescribed for 5 days and then withdrawal bleed happens
User:ok so i should take 5 tablets in night
Doctor:It is a prescription medicine
Doctor:You should take under medical supervision
User:i am not getting u?
Doctor:It has a specific dose
Doctor:It is unethical to tell prescription on internet
Doctor:It is against the policy of healthcaremagic forum
User:SoI will visit my doctor?
Doctor:Yes please
Doctor:That is the best thing to do
User:ok Thank You
Doctor:Take care
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