Deviry has different recommendations for the length of time you should be taking it, as prescribed by a doctor. Often it should be taken for 8 to 10 days and then 3-5 days later, having stopped taking it, you should get your period.
Deviry is a drug used to induce periods, effectively. It is officially used to help treat abnormal menstruation, as well as irregular bleeding and certain types of cancer. Scientifically known as 'Generic Provera' or 'Medroxyprogesterone', it's a progestin type of hormone.
The purpose of Deviry is to initiate the ovulation cycle. If this happens and you have your period then you raise your chances of conception from zero to at least potential.
- What if I don't get my period?
There are many reasons you might not get your period. One of these could be that pregnancy is already underway. That said, the pill is a form of Progesterone. It aims to start up the ovulation cycle and induce a fake period. It can take anything up to 14 days after finishing the last pill to get your period, and even then that could just be spotting.
If you don't get a period by that point though you should see your doctor for further tests or different advice.
Yes. Deviry can cause menstrual irregularity - meaning your period is intermittent or absent, early or late. It can also cause headaches, changes in weight, dizziness, fatigue, and general discomfort; especially abdominally.
If you start to feel weak and tired a lot it could be Asthenia. If this is the case you should see a doctor as soon as possible. The same applies if you start to bleed more than you should.