What Is The Solution If Something Goes Wrong How To Take Birth Control Pills For Irregular Menstrual Medicine?
Hello Doctor, I have an abnormal menstrual cycle so it was prescribed by the doctor Cyclo-Progynova. At the time of receiving all the drugs from the hospital pharmacy I was able to ask about the time to take medication, one of which is Cyclo-Progynova. The pharmacy section only gives an explanation of all types of drugs taken after meals to completion. Then I make sure again and ask “I am menstruating, is there any medicine that is taken after men” the answer is “Nothing, important to spend.” Today is my first day of menstruation, and I have taken Cyclo-Progynova and just read about the procedure and the proper time to drink which should be taken on the fifth day of menstruation, taken 7 days consecutively at the same hour, then rest 7 days just started taking medicine again for 14 days onwards, so a total of 21 drugs. But because I have wrong start drinking time, I should just continue what I stopped until the fifth day yes. Please help the explanation yes. Thank you.
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The drug you mentioned contains the hormone Estradiol (synthetic estrogen) and nosgestrel (synthetic progesterone). This drug works in regulating women's menstruation. Can be used to overcome the problem of long periods or non-menstrual cases not because of pregnancy.
The beginning of the menstrual cycle, which is marked by the first day of menstruation, an increase in estrogen hormone levels. The hormone estrogen plays a role in building the inner lining of the uterine wall so that it can thicken back to prepare a place for sperm-fertilized eggs. Approaching the time the egg will be released by the ovary, an increase in the level of the hormone progesterone. This hormone will work by maintaining the thickness of the uterine wall. When fertilization does not occur, the production of the hormone progesterone will gradually decrease until the lining of the uterine lining decays. At this time, where the lining of the uterine wall which was previously thick decay, is called menstrual blood. A new menstrual cycle begins.
In the drug you are taking, white tablets contain only Estradiol, whereas chocolate tablets contain Estradiol and norgestrel. Based on the menstrual cycle described earlier, there are indeed many ways to take this drug. This depends on the use of drugs in dealing with menstrual problems. For someone who hasn't menstruated but is not pregnant, the drug can be taken at any time until 21 tablets are used up and then only go to the new medicine package after taking drugs for 7 days. In someone experiencing menstruation for a long time, the drug can be consumed on the 5th day of menstruation. Then spend up to 21 tablets out, then take medicine from a new package after 7 days of taking drugs.
For you, it might be different, depending on the doctor who is examining and prescribing. You should go back to ask about this. Because using drugs the wrong way can cause treatment failure.
Thus hopefully useful.