Take 'Primolut N'. Since you are in India you can easily buy it from medical stores without a prescription even. Take it one daily for how much days you want to postpone your period, if you want to delay it for 5 days then you should start this pill to take 2-3 days before your periods upto 5-6 days. I have at so many times used this tablet to postpone period as required and it proved 100% effective and with too low side effects. But when you retain your period after stopping this tablet, your periods may be a high volume one with heavy flow.
Hi Anjali, You can try Primolut N, also known as Aygestin in USA, is used to treat irregular, painful or heavy periods. It contains 5 mg norethisterone on each tablet. The monthly bleeding can be advanced or postponed if particular circumstances require this; however, please note that this medication remains restricted to those cases in which there is NO POSSIBILITY OF EARLY PREGNANCY in the cycle concerned. Usage : The recommended dosage is 1 tablet of Primolut N 3 times daily for not longer than 10-14 days, beginning about 3 days before the expected menstruation. Bleeding will occur 2-3 days after having stopped medication.
All these medicines mentioned are different brands which contain progesterone. So you can ask if that is available OTC in HK. You need to take 5 mg progesterone once a day to postpone your periods. Take as long as you want them to be postponed. Periods will usually happen 2-3 days after you stop. If the birth control pill is available in HK OTC take 1 cycle (21 tabs) of that (time it so that you finish the cycle 2-3 days before whenever you want the period) - it will also do the same job.
Primolut-N which contains Norethisterone - Norcolut which is the same composition with different brand.
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