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Regarding medicine used to induce period
My sister has not got her periods for almost 60+ days now. Her pregnancy test is negative. Doctor prescribed her meprate 10mg twice a day. She was under ayurvedic treatment. Now she stopped those medicines and started consuming meprate 10mg. When can she expect her periods? Is she given the right tablets to induce periods or what else could be the tablet that she can take to induce periods immediately? Pls help! Thank you
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She can expect periods 3to 10days after taking last tablet.
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Meprate is helpful to induce periods by withdrawal effects
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You will get your periods after you stop taking the medication after 7 days
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Take a boiled egg daily Avoid lifting weights and stress Drink lots of water and fruits juice Sleep for 8 hours at bedtime with light off
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Let her to take meprate 10 mg BD for 5 days. After 7-10 days she will bleed.
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do a TSH test sonography pelvis and adnexa share reports
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don't take ayurvedic treatment avoid junk food excercise regularly weight control
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Hi. Meprate is the rt medicine . Take it twice a day for 5 days . Once the medicine is stopped wait for 10 to 14 days for the periods to come .
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