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Dr. Andrew Rynne

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Suffering from sore breast,dizziness

suffering from sore breast,dizziness and am always tired and sleepy after consuming Primolut-N I am a female, 26 years, got married 1.6 years back and have no kids.I am living with my husband in Dubai. I used to have regular periods every month following a 26 days cycle until this October.In october, we planned for a trip and so I started consuming Primolut-N ( 7 tablets each night) from Oct 18th till Oct 24th, 2008.And a result ,my period which was due on Oct 20th got postponed but it has not occured yet even after stopping the dosage 5 days back.There was a mistake on my part that I did not consult a doctor before taking the dosage. Now I am suffering from sore breast,dizziness and am always tired and sleepy. Now I am very much tensed when I do not get my periods and I have no idea how long my periods will be delayed as a result of those pills.Now I wish to have kids but I am not sure when we can start working on it and when it is going to be effective.We did have intercourse during the days of dosage and I do not know if that made things complicated. I would be greatly obliged if you could advise me on this matter. Please advise on how soon I can conceive and if those pills would ever be a hindrance to my pregnancy.I have never taken any type of pills for delaying,postponing or preponing my periods or any such pills ever.Am deeply tensed. plz help me.
Thu, 17 Dec 2009
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The periods usually begin 2-4 days after stopping the pill,but are sometimed delayed for upto 7- 8 days.If you are still waiting, do a urine test for pregnancy.If test is negative, wait for few days before consulting a doctor.
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