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Contractions Progesterone Delay Birth
This usually has to do with the onset of labor. It is a muscular tightening of the uterus. Contractions are timed from beginning to end of hardening of the uterus (duration) and from beginning of one contraction until the beginning of the next (frequency). A third descriptor is intensity or how hard ...Read more
When you have a medical history of pre term birth does the extra progesterone helps with your 2nd preg. Or what kind of meds you need?
Prog for preterm: There are some studies that suggest that if you have a prior preterm birth, and you take Progesterone injections weekly from 16-20 weeks until 37 weeks, your risk of a subsequent preterm birth is 30% lower than if you don't get progesterone. You should discuss your specific history with your obgyn to see what they recommend. ...Read moreSee 2 more doctor answers
Sex is fine but painful like i'm having contractions . I might have emdometrosos i can't spell it can I take progesterone cream to help?
39 yr f TTC w/micro pit adenoma
Difficulties TTC > 2 yrs
2nd MRI E Sella S
L cortisol, L progesterone
Pituitary: Your question is cryptic and confusing, and I don't understand all the abbreviations. In general, the images of the pituitary by MRI don't always correspond to the hormone levels. Pituitaries can form lumps, can get squeezed against the sella (i.e. "empty") and yet still function well. Talk to you Endocrinologist who can sort out the complexity. ...Read more
My Dr told me I needed to switch from combo birth control to progesterone only pill because I am over 35 I am not a smoker. Is this right?
Clot concern: Your doctor is concerned due to the risk of blood clots when on pill and over 35 and a smoker. ...Read more