For regular monthly meet estrogenic compounds and progesterone, which are produced by the ovaries. Short single delay for 3-4 days is not a cause for concern. Usually such a minor glitch caused by overwork, change of climate or severe stress.
But the long absence of menstruation, when the schedule falls whole cycle is called amenorrhea. This symptom indicates the malfunction of the ovary caused by lack of progesterone. Amenorrhea is often a symptom of polycystic. For its treatment are often assigned to the drug "Vitrum".
Despite the fact that the drug is aimed at the normalization cycle, a period after the "Antiseptic" not come immediately. After consultation with a gynecologist can take a short course. Typically, the regimen is as follows: "Vitrum" is taken twice a day – morning and evening. All you need to drink 10 tablets. Menstruation should occur 2-3 days after the end of the reception.
If there is a serious amenorrhea caused by polycystic disease, the drug is taken via the complicated diagram. For example, in the absence of ovulation "main" drink on prescription for 2-3 months. The influence of the "Antiseptic" on the cycle is artificial changes in the mucous membrane of the uterus, typical of the completion of menstruation. In this case periods usually occur 7-10 days after completion of the course. If the loop did not recover after 2 weeks, you must re-contact your gynecologist.
Sometimes a woman thoughtlessly use "Main" to coincide with the start of menstruation to a specific date. For example, to periods ended before the weekend or a few days before the wedding. Such practice is not recommended. Self-administration "Antiseptic" for healthy women can turn menorrhagia (profuse menstruation), metrorrhagia (uterine bleeding not associated with menstruation) or dysmenorrhea (painful menstruation).
Similarly, you cannot use the effect of "Antiseptic" on the cycle for his intentional delay. The drug is designed to align the level of hormones, and not for their artificial suppression.
Sometimes period after the "Antiseptic" are very scarce, e.g. in the form of slathering brown. This is normal, as the growth of the endometrium occurs gradually, and after a course of treatment not yet fully recovered.