... far and doesn't look like its gonna stop any time soon. I stopped taking Lutera after seven days of being on my period. what does this mean and what should I do?
21 Sep 2012
Call your doctor. Starting and stopping birth control will get you even more problems. Your body is adjusting to the hormonal change. When you stopped it told the body to produce another period. So this added to the problem.
See the doctor and find out more how to use this medication. They will find what is right for you. Please do this soon. A long period is not a problem. It becomes a problem of you are experiencing blood clots, heavy bleeding and a lot of pain. If so, see the doctor right away, don't wait. If too intense you should go to an urgent care clinic, women's clinic or the ER.
- Lutera Information for Consumers
- Lutera Information for Healthcare Professionals (includes dosage details)
- Side Effects of Lutera (detailed)
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