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stop taking Duphaston to get my period?

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I was prescribed Duphaston for 10 days.I m TTC .. past few months i felt all kind of cramps i think my fertilized egg could not implant to my uterus due to less than 10 days of luteal phase.

Today i stopped Duphaston and i started feeling little cramps in the middle of the lower abdomen..

do i need to stop taking Duphaston to get my period of i m not pregnant or while on medication i can still be pregnant ? or while on medication i can still get my period if not pregnant ?

please advise ! i have been trying for close to a yr now.


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replied February 18th, 2011
Getting Pregnant Answer A19757
Hi,
Welcome to ehealthforum.
Duphaston is often used in treatment of secondary amenorrhea. The cause for the absent periods needs to be found to be able to start you on appropriate treatment regime to help you get pregnant. Consider discussing your pregnancy plans with your treating doctor or visit an Infertility Specialist for further management. If you are not pregnant, you can get your periods 5-7 days after stopping with it.
Take care.



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