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Irregular periods, PCOS. Taken duphaston, delayed periods. Causes for delay?

i am married and i had taken duphaston for periods regularity but after 7 days medication of duphaston there are no menses 4 days have passed,,,what could be the possibility??my doctor prescribed it coz i had diagnosed pco ,,after taking duphaston she said u will bleed and on 2nd day of menstrual cycle u have to take lezra bt i didnt bleed yet now,,what could be the possibility?? ,reply soon
Asked On : Mon, 11 Feb 2013
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The absence of periods even after taking duphaston for 5 days is likely to be related to a hormonal imbalance. You need to have oral pills regularly for at least three cycles to regularize your cycles. Detailed blood investigations are needed to detect the cause.
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Answered: Tue, 12 Feb 2013
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