As per my cycle i am supposed to get my AF this friday... I read somewhere that endogest will delay AF... Is it true?
I do not have any pregnancy symptoms.... the felt only two differences, one is that before AF i usually have sore boobs and this time my boobs are very normal. the other is that i felt dizzy couple of times (yesterday and last friday)
FYI... my history...
I am 28yrs old and actively trying since jun 2011. Since I have PCOS, my OBGYN adviced me to undergo IUI in feb 2012... I had two cycles last year but both failed.
Ovarian drilling was done in jul 2012 after that i had regular AF having 32 cycle days. Jan 2013 i started IUI again and this time my OBGYN prescribed endogest 200mg after IUI....(last time i used Duphaston after IUI).
Endogest is given as a support for the pregnancy as and when it happens. It does not prolong the cycle. Hence if you miss your periods it would be best to take a home pregnancy test. Further confirmation can be obtained by a blood test and an ultrasound scan.
Hope this helps.
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