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If your in perimenopause would provera help get your period back?
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Only if you have a lining to shed.  The endometrial lining is thickened by estrogen, and the progesterone (the provera) holds it in place; then when the provera is stopped, the endometrium is shed and that is a period.  But I don't think the provera creates the lining, I really think it is the estrogen.
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