What is the use of Utrogestan 200mg?

What is the use of Utrogestan 200mg?

Utrogestan 200mg Capsule 7’s is used for the prevention of thickening of the uterine lining in postmenopausal women receiving estrogens who have not removed their uterus through surgery. It also helps to treat the condition of amenorrhea (cessation or irregular menses cycle for more than 3 months).

What are the benefits of Utrogestan?

The progesterone in Utrogestan capsules works by opposing oestrogen’s effect on the womb lining. It causes the womb lining to be shed, like a period, which reduces the risk of developing endometrial cancer. Utrogestan capsules are taken as part of each monthly oestrogen cycle.

Can Utrogestan prevent miscarriage?

We conclude that Utrogestan can be widely applied in Obstetrics with the proper indications, such as threatened abortion in the first trimester. The prophylactic treatment in women with slighter complaints like dull pain and weight Utrogestan is applied one tablet twice daily.

What is the difference between Utrogestan and progesterone?

Utrogestan is a micronised form of progesterone that is bioidentical, which means it is structurally identical to the progesterone produced by a woman’s body….Periods from Hell.

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What is Utrogestan used for in pregnancy?

Utrogestan Vaginal can be used to help pregnancy during in vitro fertilization (IVF) cycles. Utrogestan Vaginal is for women who need extra progesterone while undergoing treatment in an Assisted Reproductive Technology (ART) programme.

Is Utrogestan safe?

It is completely safe to take it in either of these ways. What are the side-effects of Utrogestan? Some women experience side-effects initially which can include erratic vaginal bleeding, abdominal bloating, lower abdominal pains or discomfort and breast tenderness.

How does Utrogestan make you feel?

Key facts about Utrogestan capsules The capsules may make some women feel dizzy or drowsy, so they are best taken at bedtime. Avoid driving or operating machinery if affected. The most common side effects of Utrogestan are a change in your period and headaches.

Can I get pregnant on Utrogestan?

Utrogestan Vaginal is to be administered intravaginally. Food and drink have no effect on the treatment. Utrogestan Vaginal will help you become pregnant.

What is Utrogestan 200 mg used for when pregnant?

Uses of Utrogestan 200 MG To support the early phase of pregnancy in women who have experienced vaginal bleeding during early pregnancy and have inadequate or low levels of progesterone. For the treatment of infertility, preventing preterm delivery and mood disorder following childbirth.

Can you get your period while on Utrogestan?

Breakthrough bleeding and spotting may occur during the first months of treatment. If breakthrough bleeding persists, a lower dose of Utrogestan for 25 days per cycle could be considered (see section 4.2).

Is Utrogestan safe during pregnancy?

Utrogestan Vaginal 200mg Capsules should only be used during the first three months of pregnancy and must only be administrated by vaginal route. Prescription of progesterone beyond the first trimester of pregnancy may reveal gravidic cholestasis. Utrogestan Vaginal 200mg Capsules are not suitable as a contraceptive.

What is Utrogestan 200 mg soft capsule?

Utrogestan 200 mg, soft capsule is an ovoid, slightly yellow, soft capsule, containing a whitish oily suspension. Utrogestan is supplied in a PVC/aluminium blisters packaged in an outer carton. Utrogestan 200 mg, soft capsule is available in pack sizes of 7, 14, 15, 21, 28, 30, 42, 45, 56, 84 or 90 capsules*.

Does Utrogestan vaginal capsules affect fertility?

As this medicinal product is indicated to support luteal deficiency in subfertile or infertile women, there is no deleterious known effect on fertility. Utrogestan Vaginal Capsules has negligible influence on the ability to drive and use machines.

How do you administer Utrogestan?

Method of Administration: Vaginal. Each capsule of Utrogestan must be inserted deep into the vagina. The average dosage is 200 to 600 mg of progesterone per day to be introduced deep into the vagina, possibly using an applicator. This may be increased, depending on the patient’s response.

What is the recommended dosage of Utrogestan vaginal for pregnancy?

The recommended dosage is 600 mg/day, in three divided doses, from the day of embryo transfer until at least the 7 th week of pregnancy and not later than the 12 th week of pregnancy. There is no relevant use of Utrogestan Vaginal 200 mg Capsules in the paediatric population.

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