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Taken Nur-isterate. Irregular periods. What is happening?

Hi I was on Nur-isterate from June 2007 with my last injection in May 2009. Conceived in September 2009. Now hav 2 babies. I have been using condoms for contraception since then. I am married. Beginning Feb 2013 I went on Nur-isterate again because it treated me well the first time. A week or two later I got periods for 7days+. They stopped. Its a week and a half later, they seem to be coming back. I also have menstrual pains this time. What could be happening?
Asked On : Sun, 10 Mar 2013
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Thanks for the query.

Your symptom of menstrual irregularity is a common side effect of Nur-Isterate.
I suggest you to use combination of estrogen and progesterone instead of only progesterone.
This will treat your symptom of irregular periods.
I also recommend you to visit your Gynecologist for physical examination and relevant tests like ultrasound.
Hope this helps,
Dr Nilofer
Answered: Tue, 12 Mar 2013
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