I am a 21 year old female, and I have an upcoming event in which I have to perform. Unfortunately, my expected menstruations date is also on the same day. If I get my menstruation on the same day, I will not be able to perform at all. I have heard about temporarily halting your period and postponing it. Is it safe to do so? If yes, what medicine do I need to take to stop my menstruation temporarily?
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Thank you for replying. My menstrual cycle is generally of 25 to 30 days. This month, my period is already due, so I will be getting them anytime this week. Coincidentally, I have my event also starting from this week, during which I do not want my periods to come. Generally, my period lasts for six days, of which the first three days I have a heavy flow, and from the fourth day, it reduces substantially.
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