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Took Femilon tablet, didn't get periods yet. Switching to Regestrone .What's wrong ?

Hello doc.......I m 32 n married........I ws gng throught femilon tablet birth control pill fr my 6th day of my periods tat ws on 12th feb n hav to stop ths tablet in 3 days coz din suit me.....n nw my prob is I m din get my periods yet:-( nw gng on regestrone tablet fr 5 days....I also had protectd sex jus once in ths month used a condom.......lέn̶̲̥̅̊sέ help me out
Asked On : Fri, 22 Mar 2013
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As you were on the pill and had protected intercourse, the chances of failure are very less. You can expect withdrawal bleeding 3-7 days after completion of treatment. The cause of a delayed period could be hormonal; as sudden changes in weight and stress often do. You may wait for your period to begin after completion of treatment and if it does not occur, see a specialist for further support. Hope you find this information useful. Take care.
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