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fallen from a swing, now Irregular Menstrual cycle.

Hi all,
I am Zuha Hassan, age 16. In March 2010, I fell down from a swing, since then I am experiencing irregularities in my Menstrual cycle. I have consulted a doctor, she prescribed me a medicine named "Primolut N". As long as I take the medicine, my cycle gets regular for that month. Then from the next month, it gets irregular again.

What should I do now? Looking for your advice and suggestions.

Many thanks in advance.

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Hi Bhupinder Kaur,

Thank you very much for you response.
Mr cycle didn't get irregular after so long, it has been irregular since I fell.

Yes, I have consulted a specialist, she prescribed me Primolut N. Do you know about it? As long as it take, the cycle gets regular, but as I discontinue it gets irregular again. What is that?  
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It is less likely for the trauma to produce such irregular periods after so long. Some of the common causes of irregular periods are such as hormonal imbalance (more likely in your case), stress, anxiety, intake of certain medicines, pituitary gland disorder, thyroid hormones disorders, poly cystic ovarian syndrome etc. You should consult a gynaecologist for proper diagnosis and treatment.

I hope it helps. It is very difficult to precisely confirm a diagnosis without examination and investigations and the answer is based on the medical information provided. For exact diagnosis, you are requested to consult your doctor. I sincerely hope that helps. Take care and please do keep me posted on how you are doing.

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