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Took primolut for delaying periods. Suffering from irregular periods. Getting treated with clomiphene for getting pregnant

I took Primolut-N ( norethisterone ) for 12 days for stopping my periods (since I was busy during that time- those 12 days). Then I stopped the Primolout-N medecine and i got my periods after 4 days. I want to become pregnant and hence i took Clomiphene on the 5th day of my period for 5 days. Now it is the 33rd day, and I have noot got my period, Is it because - Primolut has caused irregularity in my periods?
Asked On : Tue, 25 Sep 2012
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OBGYN 's  Response
May 2013
Thanks for the query.

As you interfered in normal menstrual pattern by taking progesterone pills, there is possibility of alteration of next cycles.
It would have better if you took clomiphene in the next cycle after establishment of regular cycles.
Anyhow you once check for by blood test, if comes positive it is good.
If not you wait for one more week by that time possibly you will get periods, if not once consult gynecologist for evaluation.
If you get periods after one week then take clomiphene with your doctor's advice.
Take care.

Answered: Wed, 26 Sep 2012
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