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Is bleeding after stopping primolute n normal and how is it prevented ?

as per Dr prescription am taking primolute n for 21 days days before i stopped taking tablet i started bleeding .. i would like to know the reason I am 30 yrs old un married.. i have irregular periods and as per gynech prescription i am having primolute n for 21 days.. 2 days before i stopped having the tablet i started bleeding.. I would like to know the reason
Asked On : Sun, 5 Jun 2011
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Any form of irregularity in periods can be due to hormonal imbalance;and even in case of a cyst of ovary;anaemia.The reason for starting primolut-N is to regulate the periods but as according to the dose if the dose of hormones given by the pills if they are less as against the body requirement or for any reason if the blood level of the hormones is lowered than required then there is bleeding and this bleeding before time is called breakthrough bleeding.I hope this answer helps you.
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