I am a 24-year-old female. I missed my monthly periods for 10 days. Is there any medicine to get periods quickly?
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From the information you have provided, your periods are delayed by 10 days. You have not mentioned whether you are sexually active and pregnancy is a possibility.
If that is the case, please do a urine pregnancy test and consult a gynecologist irrespective of the result.
If there is no chance of pregnancy, you can wait for another five days safely.
If still no periods, we need to find out the reason apart from taking tablets to bring on periods.
The reason could be simple stress, thyroid, prolactin hormone disturbances or PCOS (polycystic ovary syndrome).
You will need blood tests and scan along with full physical examination by a gynecologist to treat you properly.
I hope this helps.
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