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Suffering with PCOS, on modus, no periods yet, pregnancy ruled out. How can I get menses quickly?

hi, i m 20 years of age and i have Poly cystic ovary disease because of which i do not have any fixed date for my periods... I missed my periods twice, since i am not pregnant my doctor has prescribed be modus 10 mg which is to b taken twice a day for 5 days... she said on the 6th or the 7th day i will get my periods.. But today its the 10th day and i havnt got my periods yet.... could you please tell me what can be done about it?? i want to get my periods as soon as possible as i have to attend a wedding on 23rd and i want to get free before that from the periods...
Sat, 20 Oct 2012
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It is possible that the amount of progesterone you took is not sufficient to induce withdrawal bleeding. You have two options, wait for the period, or take another course of modus, this time for postponement of periods, up to 10 days. In view of lack of natural progesterone in polycystic ovarian syndrome, withdrawal bleeding may occur even after one week. Please get further suggestions from your doctor. Take care.
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