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If so would that be my CD 1? Hopefully that does not make a difference?!?!
It may also be prescribed for a short period if a woman is trying to conceive, in conjunction with the ovulation-stimulating drug Clomid. What I was told as to why a woman would spot or not have any bleeding at all would be based on if you produced enough estrogen in your first half of the cycle to build up enough uterine lining to cause a withdrawl bleed. Thank you, i appreciate that. View latest questions Search for answers Ask a question. I went to Dr. Should I call my doctor?
Took Provera for 10 days & no period yet
But with a provera-induced cycle, im not sure ill get the normal symptoms. Originally Posted by ckylesworld Thank you so much.
Evaluation and management of abnormal uterine bleeding in premenopausal women. Article From Weight Gain to Infertility: Medroxyprogesterone - My period will not stop since taking this pill? Is medroxyprogesterone the right medication to take? Metabolic problems like obesity and insulin resistance are also common in PCOS.
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Secondary amenorrhea occurs when a woman stops having regular periods for more than three months when they used to be regular or more than six months if they used to be irregular. Medroxyprogesterone - After taking this Med how long does it start to stop bleeding?
More in Getting Pregnant Ovulation: The easiest way to lookup drug information, identify pills, check interactions and set up your own personal medication records. I've been taking medroxyprogesterone for years 10 mg daily for abnormal periods. We comply with the HONcode standard for trustworthy health information - verify here.
Medroxyprogesterone for 5 days, when should my cycle start? Originally Posted by babyteach KatCrazy: B Provera and bleeding? This is why progesterone is only given to women who still have a uterus. Either Provera or a natural progesterone is prescribed; the latter is more common now. User Name Remember Me?