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I'm sorry there really isn't anything available over the counter to help stop your period...this is because all the medications used to do that are hormones.
so where can i get something
the closest thing is the plan b, which is a very high level of progesterone that is not indicated for menorrhagia and carries side effects such as nause/vomiting...and it's expensive.
if you have a family doctor or a gynecologist....you should be able to call in and ask for a prescription of provera 10mg for 10 days.
while nothing 'stops' a period once it starts it might slow it down a bit.
normally the medications need to be taken 3-4 days before one expects her period for it to work in that capacity.
will it cause vaginal dryness my husband is coming n town don't want nothing to spoil it my cucle is due to come on the 10 of Nov when should i try plan b
and once you start takign it....again, 3-4 days before you expect your period...you won't bleed while taking it...you'll start bleeding a few days after you stop taking it.
Personally I wouldn't recommend plan b in this case.
I'd call our doctor for a prescription and start taking it the 6th or 7th of Nov and take it daily until you feel it's ok to bleed.
so what do u recommend
provera 10 mg daily.
normally for 10 days but it can be taXXXXX XXXXXer.
don't have a doc here
what is provera
if you have a relationship with your physician at home he/she should be able to call it in to a local pharmacy where you are at.
it's a progesterone.
if there's an urgent care where you are that would be another option for you...
just tell the doctor there that you need a prescription for provera to delay your period.
ok thank u very much u helped me a lot good night
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