The Reaction Of The Hormone Progesterone To Overcome The Delay In Menstruation?
Good afternoon,rnrnBefore I asked about the delay in menstruation for more than 3 weeks, then I decided to consult a doctor and the doctor gave primolut N 5 mg 2×1 to be taken for 10 days, according to the doctor’s explanation primolut is a medicine to provoke menstruation.rnI have only taken 3 tablets but I am already menstruating.rnIs the reaction of the medicine that fast?rnBecause I browsed that the drug can work after not taking it for 3 days then menstruation appears. rnIs this condition that I am experiencing normal?
Hello, Oceaneth, thanks for asking HealthReplies.com.
Late menstruation can be caused by several things:
3. Drastic changes in weight
4. Pregnancy or breastfeeding
5. Hormonal imbalance
Meanwhile, Primolut contains the active substance noresthisterone or a synthetic form of progesterone. Progesterone has an important role in the menstrual cycle and fertility. The uses of this drug are:
1. regulate / delay menstruation
2. overcome amenorrhea / not menstruating
3. dysfunctional bleeding
5. premenstrual syndrome, etc.
Dosage and how to use it varies depending on the goals and conditions of each patient, so use the drug as recommended by your doctor (ie 2x1 for 10 days). In patients who have missed menstruation and are known to be not pregnant, treatment with this drug is indeed used to "provoke" menstruation. Usually, if within 5 days after taking the last medicine your period has not come, it is recommended to consult again with a gynecologist. It should be understood that while taking this drug, spotting may occur as a side effect that often occurs in the consumption of this drug. It is better to check again whether the bleeding that comes out is menstruation or spotting because of the side effects of this drug. Consult your doctor about the bleeding you are experiencing about how the characteristics of the bleeding (color, a lot / little, viscosity, with pain / no).
Here is complete information about norethisterone, please read for additional information.
That's it, I hope it's useful.
Regards, dr. Sarah Rizqia