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i have been taking a pill called Utovlan to stop my period while on holiday and was wondering if anybody knows what your first period is like after taking them, ive tried searching but cant seem to fi… Read More
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7y, 9m agoPosted 7 years, 9 months ago
i have been taking a pill called Utovlan to stop my period while on holiday and was wondering if anybody knows what your first period is like after taking them, ive tried searching but cant seem to find the answer, can anybody help please!
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7y, 9m agoPosted 7 years, 9 months ago
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#1
I took something similar a few years back and don't recall it being any different to normal...
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wookiemummy
I took something similar a few years back and don't recall it being any different to normal...

mine isnt normal at all thats why i was a bit worried!
#3
Should just be the same as it's just withdrawal bleeding the same as if you had taken it the usual length of time
#4
Its somewhat akin to a large order at a slaughterhouse...
banned#5
I imagine it would be heavier than usual as your body has had a month holiday! If you're very concerned call NHS direct, but in all matters menstruation related its usually stated that effects vary from one woman to another. xx
banned#6
grex9101
Its somewhat akin to a large order at a slaughterhouse...


you're bad!:giggle:
[helper]#7
Same as usual (Norethisterone). Would imagine it would be the same with Utovlan.
#8
thanks guys
#9
http://emc.medicines.org.uk/document.aspx?documentId=4179

Thats the pdf of the patient leaflet with all the side effects etc, have a quick read and if it doesnt answer your question, call NHS direct for soem advise, otherwise our walk in centre is staffed by nurses and they are usually great with advice.
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nkje02
thanks guys


I wouldn't worry about it, if you want some reassurance contact NHS direct, they can advise you over the phone.
Obviously if you're in severe pain etc, then head to a and e to get checked out-you can never be too sure.

I hope it's not too painful/serious for you. Best of luck, xx
#11
do you know i thought this site was a deals website, i'm now beginning to wonder:oops:

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