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should i again use orgamed?

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I was suggested tab. orgamed 10mg for 5 days by my doctor in sept 2011 due to my irregular periods, after that my periods have been regular until this month, i had my last period on 5th jan 2012 and no period in feb. so should i again use orgamed? I had my last intercourse around 15th jan and when i tested for pregnancy on 15th feb. it showed negative results and i also wanted to know that if i use orgamed and then again for test for a pregnancy with a home pregnancy test in between, will the medicine interfere in any way with the results?


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replied February 21st, 2012
Birth Control Answer A31867
Hi,
Welcome to ehealthforum,
If you were having regular periods it is a sign that you have periodic and regular ovulation, and chances of pregnancy cannot be ruled out completely if you have been sexually active without protection. Sometimes periods can be delayed for 5-10 days. Visit your doctor/gynecologist for further evaluation if periods do not start within 10 days or if you suspect chances of pregnancy, or if you develop any other new symptoms. Do not take the medication on your own unless your doctor confirms that you can use it again.
Take care.



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