Period control for your needs

Delay your period safely under the guidance of our MOH-licensed doctors. Plan with ease, you can be in control.

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Dame is powered by Cloud Clinic, a Ministry of Health registered telemedicine clinic.
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Period delay solutions

Live life on your own schedule with period delay solutions. Find convenience in every dose.

Benefits beyond birth control

Dame understands the pain and inconvenience period problems bring. We help you achieve your health and lifestyle goals.

Meet Our Founder and Doctor

Meet our founder and doctor

Dr Bosty Chan

“Women should be comfortable and confident with making plans, regardless of their cycles. Dame offers direct-to-home telemedicine to help personalizse period delay solutions. We are helping reclaim control one teleconsult at a time.”

MBChB (UK), MRCS (Edinburgh), Cert. in Andrology

Dr Bosty Chan

“Whether you have a special event, travel plans, or simply want more control over your cycle, we’re here to support you. With our personalised period delay solutions, you can reclaim control of your schedule and live life on your terms.”

MBChB (UK), MRCS (Edinburgh), Cert. in Andrology

Prioritise your health in 3 simple steps

*MOH requires HCI-registered telemedicine clinics to perform video consultation for first consultations

>70% of women

surveyed welcome less frequent or no periods, if given a choice. Source.

Frequently asked questions

Research has consistently shown that period delay is safe and does not cause any long-term problems.

In fact, pregnant women do not experience periods for the entire nine months or the duration of the pregnancy. Breastfeeding women may not have a period for up to two years, depending on how often they breastfeed their baby.

If you do not wish to conceive, it is not medically necessary to experience menstrual bleeding. Always discuss with your doctor if medicine to delay menses is suitable for you.

If you plan to conceive, delaying your period with medicines does not affect your fertility once you stop taking them. Some doctors may suggest having a period at least once every three months to shed the uterine lining. Always consult with your doctor if you intend to delay your period but still wish to conceive.

Period delay treatment uses pills with synthetic hormones like ethinyl estradiol and progestin, which mimic estrogen and progesterone. By maintaining higher hormone levels, these pills prevent the uterine lining from shedding, thus delaying menstruation. Bleeding resumes when hormone levels drop after stopping the pill. Consult a doctor at Dame to understand which period delay medication is suitable for you and your lifestyle.

If you are currently on birth control pills, delaying your period is possible by taking the medication packets back-to-back.

For example, if you are taking Microgynon – start a new packet of pills straight after you finish the last pill (21st day) and miss out the 7-day break.

Taking your birth control pills as described above should not affect how they work as contraceptives. Always check with your doctor at Dame how this works as it depends on the type and brand of pill you take.

If you are currently taking a progestin-only birth control pill, you cannot delay your period by taking packets back-to-back.

Instead, you may be able to switch to other birth control pills that contain both an estrogen and progestin or take another medication to delay your period. Speak to your doctor at Dame for advice.

If you are currently not on birth control pills and would like to delay your period, a medication called norethisterone can be prescribed to delay your period.

Unlike birth control pills, norethisterone does not act as a contraceptive when prescribed for period delay. You could still get pregnant, additional contraceptives such as a condom should be considered to prevent pregnancy.

Speak to your doctors at Dame, we navigate this journey together with you.

Be aware that there are no natural ways to delay your period.

A quick search online brings many suggestions like consuming gram lentils, apple cider vinegar, lemon juice etc – eating or drinking special foods does not affect the hormones involved in menstruation. None of these methods are scientifically proven.

You can speak to your doctors at Dame – we help you achieve your every goal, in a safe and effective way.

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