I am on medication for PCOS. I got my period on 16th feb after a course of primolut-N and again on 28th feb, this time without any medication. Should I be worried? There were no other problems, except slightly increased bleeding during the second time.
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Hello,, it's common to bleed after stopping the hormonal therapy for Polycystic ovarian disease. Primolut - n is a brand name for progesterone,, which causes withdrawal bleeding once you stop the drug. The bleeding may be more or less than usual, and your period date may change from now on, no need to worry, it is expected, continue the follow up for PCOS., if bleeding troubles you much then consider visiting gynecologist.
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