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Want to delay periods. Will taking Modus 10 mg serve the purpose ?

my menstrural date was 20th feb and is delayed ,my marriage date is 7th march I want to delay mens. date after 10th march if I take tab Modus 10mg will my purpose served? Will you please advise me how and by which dose Modus will help or inform whether any chance of breakthrough bleeding or spotting at all AAAAA
Asked On : Fri, 1 Mar 2013
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Modus will help postponement of your cycles. If the dosage is sufficient, as usually one tablet per day is given, there will be no breakthrough bleeding. Sometimes, with the usual dose breakthrough bleeding is seen and if this is the case, the dosage may be raised. You should continue using the medication until 2-3 days prior to the date you would wish for a period, but, please remember, taking the medication for more than 20 days at a stretch is not suggested. Hope you find this information useful. Take care.
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