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What medicine should I take to postpone the periods and what should be the right dosage since I have irregular periods ?

I am Anitha age 28 years i have a baby girl of one and half year. My problem is irregular periods. I have consulted a doctor near my home she gave me MODUS 10mg to use for 20 days I have used it but still I didn t get my period suddenly I have to arrange a function in my home I am worried if I get date on those days I spoke to my doctor she told me to continue the same tablets till the function is over my question is will I GET DATE WHEN I AM IN FUNCTION THOUGH I USE TABLETS SHE ALSO TOLD MY ET is 6mm what does it mean?
Asked On : Wed, 4 May 2011
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Radiologist 's  Response
Hi anitha!
Welcome to you have not taken a scan of the pelvis so far please do it to rule out PCOS,the commonest cause of irregular periods,or any ovarian cyst etc..The tablet you are given is a low dose of progesterone pill which if stopped for a single day can cause bleeding.ET is endometrial thickness which is normal.
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General & Family Physician Dr. Mohammed Tauseef's  Response
Hi Anitha, Welcome to HealthcareMagic Forum.
You seem to be having PCOS where multiple cysts form in the ovaries which causes Hormonal Imbalance and irregular Periods. Don't worry as it is a Treatable condition. Take Modus as directed by your Doctor and go for regular follow up. If you have put on weight recently exercise regularly and avoid high calorie foods. This will make your Periods Regular. ET refers to Endometrial Thickness which is normal in your case.
Until you take Modus you wont get Periods, you can continue taking until the Function is over. Once you stop, periods will come back.

Wish you Good Health.
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