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My period has just started before its due date. Will Norethisterone stop the period?

Hi, my doctor gave me Norethisterone as I am peri-menopausal and I am also going away from New Zealand to Australia on a romantic holiday, leaving tomorrow morning. My period was due on Monday so he advised me to begin taking Norethisterone on Friday - three days before it was due. My period has just started before it s due date - what do I do? Will Norethisterone stop the period?
Asked On : Mon, 25 Feb 2013
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Hi thanks for your question.
NO Norethisterone is bot going stop your periods, since bleeding has already started.It can postpone periods oncece taken 3 days before due date.Since your periods have started before your due datel wait for completion of your cycle.You can postpone your next due cycle if required by starting drug 3 days before due date.
Hope this answers your question.
Answered: Mon, 25 Feb 2013
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