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Delayed periods. Had sex. Pregnancy test negative. Solution?

Mar 2016
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Hi doctor,

actually my question was im having 25days cycle of regular date is 28th of every month! and i always have a 3days of periods..28,29 and 30 i had my periods..on 2,3 and 4th of august i had sex with my fiance..till date i din get my periods yet!!! I'M so WORRIED..i had pregnency test n it showd only one line which implied negative..however,i din get my periods..i even ate papaya..din work out..please suggest me a solution..dn tel me to wait for my periods..v r gng to get married in it doesnt look good on both sides either..need attention..please suggest any pillswhich do not require prescription..bcoz i cnt consult a doctor!!! :(
Posted Mon, 23 Sep 2013 in Women's Health
Answered by Dr. S Patra 4 hours later
Brief Answer:
Take Norethisterone Pill To Induce Period.

Detailed Answer:

Thanks for writing to us.

First of all, you did sex in safe period and there is no chance of pregnancy. So, do not be worried about it.

On negative pregnancy test, progesterone pill (like norethisterone etc) can be given for 3 to 5 days to induce period if you don't want to wait. You will get your period within 5-7 days of stopping them. You can take those over the counter without prescription.

In addition, you will take balanced diet, avoid mental stress, keep bowel habit regular and take sound sleep. This will help to hasten your period.

Hope, it helps for you. Let me know, if you need any clarification.

Wish your good health. Good luck.

Dr Soumen
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