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Abdominal pain after taking Primolut. Alarming?

Hello, I have been prescribed Primolut tablets (2 tablets twice a day) and upon taking it for a week, I am now having severe abdominal pain . Actually I am irregular in my periods and i was bleeding for more than 3 months when I went to hospital and prescribed the tablets. Is it alarming to have these pain? Many thanks for your answer Mina
Asked On : Sun, 12 Aug 2012
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Hello, shouka12,
When you were prescribed the drug "Primolut N" (Norethisterone) I am sure
you were explained about some of the side effects that you can expect.
Every drug has some sort of side effect and it does not happen to every one
that take the drug. We all react differently to medications. One of the major
concerns about these class of drugs is possibility of blood clots and very rarely
liver tumors.
Most common side effect may be nausea, but severe abdominal problem is rare.
I would recommend that you have an ultrasound examination of your gallbladder
to rule out gallstones.
I encourage you to discuss this with your doctor.
Wish you well,
Answered: Tue, 14 Aug 2012
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