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Missed periods since episode of heavy menses, negative pregnancy test, taken primolut, no advancement. Advice?

hi doctor, i had severe bleeding last may...i had all the check ups- ultra sound , papsmear and everything were normal..end of June, i had my 4 day regular period..but since then i have not had my period its more than 3 months without period already..i did pregnancy test , and it was negative..i went to my OB gyn and i was prescribed to take primolut for 10 days, 2x a day; i haven t taken it though cuz im still hoping that my regular period will come soon..i am 43 yrs old already...please advise..thank you and God bless!
Asked On : Tue, 9 Oct 2012
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YOU have to take primoult to get your period.
it may be premenopausal .
check your FSH,LH levels .if it is high it is menopause.
if you dont want to take tab wait for 3 more months.
if you dont get period for 6 months consider it as menopause.
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