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No periods after taking Primolut, have PMS symptoms, no bleeding. Advice?

am 40 years of age and have had irregular periods for last 15 years. Three years periods became regular on their own. However again 6 months back i stopped getting periods. I started taking Primolut N (2tabs, 10mg, 5 days) and would normally get my period 5 days post stopping the medicine. this time, its been 8 days and no period. I have all the physical pains etc that i normally get before i start periods, but no bleeding at all. Please advice
Asked On : Thu, 20 Sep 2012
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Ideally one gets bleeding after 3 to 7 days of stopping PRIMOLUT.
Wait for another 4 to 5 days and if you still don't get your periods,you should check for pregnancy test.
You might have been pregnant at the time of starting PRIMOLUT.
Consult your doctor for the investigations if there is no withdrawl bleed and no pregnancy.
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