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Why has my daughter missed her periods after taking modus 10 drug ?

my daughter aged 14+,5feet 5inch height,58kg wt. with normal sound health experiencing severe abdominal pain , high bleeding during menstrual cycles since her menstrual cycle started at the age of11+,hence we approached a gynocologist,she prescribed modus 10 drug ,to use it from 5th day onwards to 25th daughter used it for one month .three months have passed,she didn t get menstrual cycle.previously she had very regular menstrual cycles,pl.advise.
Asked On : Wed, 4 May 2011
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Dear Rama,thanks for query.Any hormonal drug can affect the menstrual cycle.Please visit your doctor again,she will give some medicines and you daughter will have regular periods.For excessive pain during periods ask you doctor to prescribe a S.O.S. drug that she can take while in pain.During that time give her more liquids and light diet.Bye and take care.
Answered: Wed, 4 May 2011
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