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Delayed period. Not pregnant. On primolut. Dark brown spotting, cramps. Ways to get period soon?

Helli doc, i didnt get menses for last 3 mths. Preg ruled out. Am takung primolut N tablets tds since last 3days. Dark brown spotting started right after 1st tablet. Yest day 3 had lots of abd cramping. Today day 4,only minimal spotting eith no abd cramps. Wat should i do? ....Continue primolut for some more days and hpw many or stop? I want to get my periods soon.
Asked On : Tue, 30 Apr 2013
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OBGYN 's  Response
May 2013
Thanks for the query.

Primulot tablets used to induce withdrawal bleeding.
Once the spotting started you might have stopped the tablets. Then the bleeding will continue. But as you continued the tablets now they will act to stop the bleeding.
So better now you stop the tablets, let the bleeding continue. After completion of the tablets observe the next cycle, if menstruation occurs on regular date no need of further treatment.
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Answered: Tue, 30 Apr 2013
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