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Missing periods. Pregnancy test negative. Is there any side effects of regestrone. Will I get normal periods?

HIi doc, the last date when i had my periods were o the 3rd of March....from that day till date i havent had my periods...did two preg tests but both of them were negative so a gynaecoloist prescribed this medicine called Regestrone(mg) to be taken for 5 days(3 times a day)...will i get my periods back to normal.i m very worried. will i have any side effects on taking this tablet?i m married for 2 yrs and last september i had a misscarraige...pls do kindly help me
Asked On : Sun, 24 Jun 2012
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OBGYN 's  Response
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The tablet regesterone given to you is progesterone tablet, which is given for getting withdrawal bleeding.After finishing the cousre of 5 days, you should wait for about 2 weeks for getting withdrawal bleeding.
Hope to have cleared your doubts.
Dr. Mrs. Sumeet Baheti
Answered: Sun, 24 Jun 2012
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Internal Medicine Specialist Dr. Ram Choudhary's  Response
Hi Silvercarnate,
Transient amenorrhea may be related to hectic life style, recently increased anxiety and stress, strenuous exercise programme and if you are falling in that age then early menopause after 35yrs, particularly if such history present in other blood relatives.
I think that will restore your menses and by taking it for two-three cycles the cycle will be regularised.
Regesterone is a synthetic progesterone and may cause a slight fluid retention and edema in feet but thats temperary. If you have a history of cloting diseases in family you should seek other options.
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