I have been ttc for 4 months now..My doctor put me on prometrium before ttc because of a low progesterone level. I take prometrium on cycle day 14-23 and on the previous cycles i have gotten my af on day 23 BEFORE i even took the last pill that night. MY QUESTION IS: I DID NOT GET MY PERIOD YESTERDAY(DAY 23)SO I TOOK MY PROMETRIUM LAST NIGHT, AND I STILL HAVENT GOTTEN MY PERIOD TODAY!!!! SHOULD I CONTINUE TAKING THE PROMETRIUM SINCE I MAY BE PREGNANT???? OR WILL IT FURTHER DELAY MY PERIOD IF I CONTINUE TO TAKE IT?? I AM ONLY 11 DAYS PAST OV (and am having preg symptoms) SO IM AFRAID IF I STOP TAKING IT I COULD MISCARRY. I DONT KNOW WHAT TO DO!! aNY SUGGESTIONS??
I had a miscarriage last year and this year when I found out I was pregnant my doctor put me on Prometrium until I was 11 weeks. I am 12 weeks 3 days now and everything is fine. I would continue to take the prometrium or call your doctor and ask if you are not sure.
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