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Provera and Progynova - delay your AF?
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Posted 17 November 2008 - 11:32 AM
I have a question about Provera and Progynova. I have done an ovulation induction cycle with TI and my Dr has put me on Provera 2 tabs 3 times per day and also Progynova 1 tab 3 times per day. I normally have a cycle of 26-28 days, however today is day 30 and no AF? Do these drugs keep your AF at bay, or should you get a break though bleed anyway when your period is due?
I appreciate any help
thanks so much
Posted 17 November 2008 - 11:34 AM
I was on Provera to bring back a cycle... and after I stopped Provera, I got a withdrawl bleed about 4 days later (but apparently it can take anywhere from 2-7 days ?) and then 7 days later I got what seemed like 'real' AF. Hope this helps! Sorry I could not be more informative!
Posted 17 November 2008 - 11:47 AM
Did you get a 'stop' date? Coming off them is what gives you a withdrawal bleed. Or are these drugs being used during your OI cycle LP and you are wondering whether to test?
Posted 17 November 2008 - 12:23 PM
Hi thanks for your reply.
Yes they are for LP support, so no end date. I had a hcg booster 1500 last Tuesday so 6 days ago. AF is now 2 days overdue and I'm not sure whether the meds are keeping af away and could the booster shot still be in my system?
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