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Should i take norethistorine in menstrual disorder ?

l was on the pill for the past 2 years.l decided to quit in July 2010.l only experinced my menstrual cycle in August and September but since then l did not experience it for 4 months.ln Ferbruary 2011 l went and see a gyno and he prescribed norethistorine drug and after 5 days l had my flow and it was heavy.For this month of March lm due for my period but there is nothing yet.lm having some backache and some stomach discomforts so l wanted to know whether l should take the drug again or whether it should be taken once.What my be the cause of delay in my cycle this month?Are the family planning pills still in my system?
Asked On : Sun, 20 Mar 2011
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Radiologist 's  Response
welcome to can take a while for a woman's body to adjust back to a normal menstrual cycle when she has stopped taking hormonal forms of birth control. While some women may return to a normal menstrual cycle right away, others can take as long as a year. If you donot get periods within 3 months get yourself checked.
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Ayurveda Specialist Dr. Ram Mani Bhandari's  Response
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You are facing this problem due to hormonal disturbance of oral pills. After withdrawl also it has got the side effects in disturbing your menstrual cycles
better to follow the ayurvedic medicine for regularity of your cycle
Take care
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