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Have irregular periods. Prescribed Ginet-84. Worried about no periods

Hi Mia, I am 28yrs old and I face trouble with irregular periods.My GP advised me to take Ginet -84. I took the tablet for 21 days( yellow tabs) and continued to take the white tablets for 2 days now, still i havent got my peirods. I am a bit worried now. Although this contraceptive was not given as birth control pill for me, my doctor advised me that it can make my menstrual cycle normal and back to routine. Kindly advise,
Mon, 25 Feb 2013
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Ayurveda Specialist 's  Response
Hi, Parvathy,
Too frequent periods, missed periods, spotting or bouts of heavy bleeding usually because of hormonal imbalance in your body and this hormonal imbalance can be treated easily.
Weight gain or weight loss is one of the reasons.If you are a victim of severe emotional stress, then you can possibly experience irregular or missed periods. Various eating disorders, excessive exercising, uterine fibroids and endometriosis also cause irregular periods too.
These are quite a few reasons that may cause you to experience irregular periods. Consult any experienced Gynecologist and find out the root cause of it.
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