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Delayed periods, spotting. Pregnant? Can I use mensovit?

hai sir,
good name is usha,last 20days back i have meet to my bfrnd,actually my period date is 15th,but still 27 i can'nt get the periods,but one thing here.....last day i have bleeding small amout ,and two days only 2 have i get pegnent or not.can i use mensovit plus.please send answer to my mail .plz sir. YYYY@YYYY waiting ur answer
Asked On : Wed, 1 May 2013
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OBGYN 's  Response
Mar 2013
thank you for your query.
If you have had vaginal intercourse, and have skipped your period, then pregnancy is definitely a possibility.
In future, please ensure that you have protected intercourse.
Mensovit would not work for you.
Please take a pregnancy test.
If positive, consult your Gynecologist regarding an abortion.
If negative, then wait for a few days, and if you still do not have your period, you still need to see a doctor for medication for withdrawal bleeding.
Do not self medicate yourself.
Take care
Answered: Wed, 1 May 2013
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