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My doctor advised me to take femilion tablet for my irregular periods. When should I start taking it ? On the 1st or on the 5th day of my menstrual cycle?
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Start from 5th day
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Generally on2 Nd or third day for 21 days followed by gap of 1 week to restart new
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Start from 5 th day if your periods and continue for total 21 days .so it will be your 26 th day for the last tablet.then you should get your periods after 3-5 days of stopping the medicines.then again start from 5 th day irrespective of your bleeding
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Start from day 2 nd of cycle
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Hi. Femilon is started in first day of periods . But if spotting only is there on day one you can start on day 2 also .
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You can start between 2nd day to 5th day of yr period...ideally you should start on 3rd day of yr period.
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