What are the side effects of menstrual delay pills on women’s health?

  • Anaka Phatak
  • BBC Marathi

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“Yes, we don’t have to take the pill! We even took it that day because it was Satyanarayan Puja,” says Kalyani, a 27-year-old housewife.

Kalyani has two children. His mother-in-law was very pious. As there is no other married woman in the house, Kalyani has to do all the work. When her period comes it will be difficult.

At such times, the family gets annoyed when she gets her period. Then Kalyani will have to hear a lot of hateful words.

But these problems were solved after the invention of pills that delay menstruation a few years ago.

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