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Dizziness, nausea, bloating and muscle weakness on stopping primolut. Are these side effects?

I started using primolut N four days ago, I stopped the pills 2 days ago when I started to have side effects such as dizziness, nausea, bloating , ease of irritation and severe periodic cramps. I started experiencing fatigue , muscle weakness and tingling sensation of fingers and hand. My questions are: 1- will my period start any time soon? 2- does the neurological/muscular symptoms have anything to do with the pill?
Asked On : Thu, 9 Aug 2012
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You can expect withdrawal bleeding to start anytime after 3-7 days after completion of hormone treatment. Neurological symptoms have not been shown to be a part of the drug usage but migraines can happen. Symptoms like bloating, dizziness, nausea and so on are due to the medication. You may see a specialist for an opinion if the muscle weakness continues. Please do not use the medication in future without the guidance of a specialist. Hope you find this information useful. Take care.
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