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Polycyst treated. Prescribed duphaston for period regulation. No periods after stopping tablet. How to regularize?

ha i am suffering poly cystic over since 3years my doc give me treatment 3 month ago after diagnose my doctor give me duphaston tablets for periods regulation 2 times before i take duphaston and periods come but at this time i gat 20 tablets 2*10 and my last tablet date was 3 march but still no periods i feel a sport of blood but no any mucus ans clot plz help me what can i do my wt is85kg and hight is 5`6
Asked On : Tue, 12 Mar 2013
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welcome to HCM,
After stopping duphaston which is a progesterone preparation, you can safely wait upto 2 weeks after you complete the tablets for getting periods.
If you are planning for pregnancy, then you should get a pregnancy test done.
Also, you should try to reduce weight by regularising diet and regular exercise.
hope this clears your doubt.
good luck.
Dr. Mrs. Sumeet Baheti
Answered: Wed, 13 Mar 2013
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