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Query from: Ashutosh Sood, India, 01/10/08
Topic: WOMENS HEALTH      Submitted on: NDTV
Subject: What is the name of medicine to extend woman mesuration cycle?

What is the name of medicine to extend woman mesuration cycle say to 5days more?

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Response from: - Bahu -,   
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Source: This information comes from my own knowledge.
Dear Astoush,

there is nomedicine which will make the women menstruate for longer and anyway why would this be desirable? If you mean you need to delay the menstruation, such medication will only be available on prescription from your doctor.

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Response from: C. Raj, United Kingdom,   
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Ashutosh,

There is no medication to extend a period.

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Response from: Geetha Gopakumar,   
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For postponement of periods Tab PRIMOLUT-N 5mg BD i.e. one tab n morning and one tab in evening. If nausea or vomiting occurs, along with tab primolut –n take tab PERINORM bd i.e one in morning and one in evening. When the requirement to postpone period is over stop the drug and period will follow within a week. It is safe It is presumed that postponement of period is required for few days only

You can delay or skip a period if you are taking oral contraceptives by leaving out the white pills and comtinuing onto the red ones, then you wont get a period. taking medicines for delaying ur menses is not safe, they may disrupt ur cycle, can also cause prob when u want to have a baby etc.

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Response from: juhi bingi,   
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If you are talking about delaying the menstural period, then there is a medication available over the counter called Permolut.

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Response from: Swathika S,   
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No, there is no medicine to extend a womens menstruation cycle. But why do you want to extend.

There are medicines to delay the menstruation period. But it should be taken only with the doctors consultation.

If the menstruation cycle is not regular, there are medicines which can make it regular. First of all doctor should be consulted. They'll find whether the irregularity is because of iron deficiency, boils in ovary or anything else. Then the doctor will give medicine according to that. But even those medicines should not be taken without doctors prescription.

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Response from: Ms saipriya r,   
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hello ashutosh

Three phases of the menstrual cycle The phases of your menstrual cycle are triggered by hormonal changes.

Menstrual period On Day 1 of your cycle, the thickened lining (endometrium) of the uterus begins to shed. You know this as menstrual bleeding from the vagina. A normal menstrual period can last 2 to 7 days. 6

Most of your menstrual blood loss happens during the first 3 days. This is also when you might have cramping pain in your pelvis, legs, and back. Cramps can range from mild to severe. The cramping is your uterus contracting, helping the endometrium shed. Generally, any premenstrual symptoms that you've felt before your period will go away during these first days of your cycle.

Follicular phase During the follicular phase, an egg follicle on an ovary gets ready to release an egg. Usually, one egg is released per cycle. This process can be short or long and plays the biggest role in how long your cycle is. At the same time, the uterus starts growing a new endometrium to prepare for pregnancy.

The last 5 days of the follicular phase, plus ovulation day, are your fertile window. This is when you are most likely to become pregnant if you have sex without using birth control.

Luteal (premenstrual) phase This phase starts on ovulation day, the day the egg is released from the egg follicle on the ovary. It can happen any time from Day 7 to Day 22 of a normal menstrual cycle. During ovulation, some women have less than a day of red spotting or lower pelvic pain or discomfort (mittelschmerz). These signs of ovulation are normal.

If the egg is fertilized by sperm and then implants in the endometrium, a pregnancy begins. (This pregnancy is dated from Day 1 of this cycle.) If the egg is not fertilized or does not implant, the endometrium begins to break down. After the teen years and before perimenopause in your 40s, your luteal phase is very predictable. It normally lasts 13 to 15 days, from ovulation until menstrual bleeding starts a new cycle. This 2-week period is also called the "premenstrual" period.

Most women have premenstrual symptoms during all or part of the luteal phase. You may feel tense, angry, or emotional; gain water weight and feel bloated; or have tender breasts or acne. A day or more before your period, you may start to have pain (cramps) in your abdomen, back, or legs. It is normal to have less energy at this time. Some women also have headaches, diarrhea or constipation, nausea, dizziness, or fainting.

When premenstrual symptoms make your daily life difficult, you are said to have premenstrual syndrome (PMS). For more information, see the topic Premenstrual Syndrome (PMS).

as u grow old the days for the mesuration cycle will keep reducing but there is no medicine to extend it .

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Response from: Indumukhi A.,   
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What exactly are you trying to do? To make the period come 5 days late?

Talk to your doctor if you need a hormonal medicine to delay your periods. At least 50% of the medicines on the market are fakes. That is why it's important to get a prescription. Personally, I don't advise taking medication to alter the woman's natural cycle, but many gynecologists in India dispense them.

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Response from: Lathaa Manavalan,   
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Norethisterone is a very effective way of delaying a period when it would be inconvenient, and this is especially true at holiday times.

It is taken in a dose of 5mg three times a day starting three days before the period is due, and continued until such time that it becomes convenient again to have that period.

See your doctor about this and I am sure you can get this sorted out easily.

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Response from: kjk jlkj,   
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Hai Ashutosh Sood, I dont know for what reason you are asking this question.Any how to extend woman menural cycle one can use PRIMOLUT-N

What is PRIMOLUT N used for and how does it work PRIMOLUT N contains norethisterone, a progestogen, a hormonal product similar to the natural female hormone progesterone.

What is PRIMOLUT N used for? PRIMOLUT N is used for timing menstruation and to treat disturbances in monthly bleeding, premenstrual complaints, menstrual cycle related complaints of the breast, endometriosis (a disease caused by unwanted womb-lining tissue growth outside the womb) and heavy menstrual bleeding.

Before you use PRIMOLUT N Do not use PRIMOLUT N if you have any of the following conditions listed below. If any of these apply to you, tell your doctor before starting to use PRIMOLUT N.

You must not use PRIMOLUT N if: If you are hypersensitive (allergic) to norethisterone or any of the other ingredients of PRIMOLUT N. If you are pregnant or think you might be pregnant. If you are breast-feeding. If you have a disorder affecting the blood circulation (thromboembolic processes). In particular those conditions relating to thrombosis (the formation of a blood clot) in the blood vessels of the legs (deep vein thrombosis), the lungs (pulmonary embolism), the heart (heart attack) or the brain (stroke) or other parts of the body. If you have diabetes mellitus with blood vessel damage. If you suffer or have suffered from a severe liver disease (as long as your liver function values have not returned to normal). Symptoms of a liver disease may be, for instance, yellowing of the skin and/or itching of the whole body. If you have or have had a benign or malignant liver tumor. If you suffer or have suffered from a malignant sex hormone-dependent tumor such as cancer of the breast or the genital organs. If any of these conditions appear for the first time while using PRIMOLUT N, stop taking it at once and consult your doctor.

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Response from: Dr. Sindu.,   
Council Member on NDTV
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Tab PRIMOLUT-N 5mg daily i.e. one tab n morning and one tab in evening, 2 weeks prior to the expecting date and continue taking tablet till u want to prolong the period.

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Response from: Alessandro Sironi,   
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Hi even though it is HIGHLY not reccomended to extend the menstrual cycle one way is to keep taking two pills (oral contraceotive, if she is already taking it) after the initial 28 are done. you just start another pack and continue taking them for two extra days. However before you do anything i strongly reccomend taking her to a gynocologyst. The main problem is that yes it would delay the cycle, but you don't want to go messing around with hormones. A result could be that the oral contraceptive could be less efficient and you could end up with an unwanted pregnancy. Like i said don't do anything without getting proper information from you gynocologist.

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Response from: Dr.vidya quraishy,   
Council Member on Ammas.com
Source: This information comes from my own knowledge.
postponement of menstrual cycle can be done by taking PRIMOLUT-N 1 tab thrice a day starting 2 or 3 days before the expected date of menses.It can be continued upto a week .There will be withrawal bleeding ie menses 2-3 days after discontinuing the medicine.BUT a word of caution however.It is better to consult your doctor before taking any medicine

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Response from: aparna sathuri,   
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The name is Primolut N...take twice a day&make sure you start it atleast 4-5 days before your actual date.Also since you might feel giddy remember to drink lots of juice&water.

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