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Posted 29 January 2013 - 03:14 PM
Im new to this forum so hello all!
Okay so my story. Stopped taking the pill after 10 years in May 2012. No period for 6 months, went to Dr and did tests and scan. Scan came back with polycystic ovaries (but not the syndrome) and hormones a little out of whack. She referred me to Gyno who then put me on Primolut N to induce periods for three cycles. Now on last cycle. Periods coming normally.
A couple of questions:
- Anyone else had a similar situation with success of eventually becoming pregnant?
- Anyone fallen pregnant on Primolut N and what are the risks to the feutus if I do become pregnant unaware and continue to take tablets.
- Can you still ovulate or does this help you to ovulate?
- Has anyone had white discharge from nipples as a result of taking these tablets?
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