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Thread: End of P2 - but period coming.. what do I do??

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    used homeopathic back in 2009 - I am just finishing my 1st round with injections RX
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    End of P2 - but period coming.. what do I do??

    So... I have 4 shots left before this round ends... my period should have started 2 days ago but I'm late... so now I'm expecting it any day (not today, so far).
    Dr. S. said to not finish a round while on the period.

    So, what do I do???

    I would love to be on this round for 6- more days (I'm so close to the 30 lbs mark!)
    My period is usually very regular, usually 4 days, the 2nd day usually heavy.

    * Should I skip injections until I get my period then have those 4 shots starting on day 3?
    * Should I keep taking injections until I get my perriod then do the last 1, 2, or 3 injections?


    I want to make sure I do whatever is needed to go into P3 the right way!

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    It's best to have at least 3 consecutive dose days before transitioning to P3.

    So however you need to work that out should be fine. You do not have to skip for your period. Most people don't in recent times.

    It seems logical to just continue dosing until your round ends.
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