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Vl i b nrml to periods
12 th oct i had periods on 16th oct i had sex took ipill in 48 hours ,got bleeding within 1 week for 2 days,i.e on 25th oct,got my nxt periods on 28th nov for 3 days ,did pregnancy test 3 times was negative,went to gynaecologist on 16th jan she did sonography n have medicine to induce periods she told to take 3 times a day medicine for 3 days n after 3 days u vl get periods.....today was a due date yet waiting for periods having back pain ,n ya on day of completing medicine within 2 3 hours i got severe cramps in my tummy i thought i got my periods but it wasn't......m confused wat to do to b normal again in periods
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I pill can cause irregularities in periods. But after completing deviry you can get periods within 2 to 10 days; it nay take 15 days. Your sonography shows ET 11 MM ; that means you may start bleeding within a week. Consult gynecologist for alternate contraceptive measure rather than I pill.
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Hello, Wait for a few more days. You will get your periods.
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Just wait, stop taking stress ( which makes your period irregular). You will get your periods. Get your hormonal profile done
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