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Medicine For Cyclogest Allergy
Allergies occur when your immune system is triggered by envirionmental factors it should ignore--for example, pollen in the air, or dander on a cat or dog--and creates cells to fight against them. An allergic reaction typically causes itching, congestion, or drainage, and ...Read more
Clarification: You will need to clarify with the doctor who prescribed this medication. Unless you are suffering from hypogonadotrophic hypogonadism them Estrogen supplementation is not likely to impact breast development. If you do have that disease then careful monitoring and dosing is needed to prevent fibrocystic breast formation ...Read more
NO: If you mean a psychologist, the answer is no have you checked with an obstetrician ? ...Read more
I took prontogest 100 injection daily for 3 weeks,then cyclogest (progesterone) rectal pessaries 400mg daily for a month,200mg for a month,still on it,until when?
No estrogen: In order for your period to come on, your uterus needs to be exposed to estrogen, followed by Progesterone and then the withdrawal of these hormones. This is what happens when you ovulate and when you take birth control. It is likely you did not ovulate and did not make estrogen. You should discuss these issues with your gyn. ...Read more
As soon as i stopped cyclogest (progesterone) i had spotting, does this count as 1st day of cycle?
I'm using cyclogest (progesterone) 200mg I'm pregnant I had 2mc I use it at nyt n morning but the 1 in the morning it come out what cn I do to make it stay inside?
Two options : place it further inside the vagina. This may help. If not ask your doctor to prescribe it in cream form ...Read more
Does taking cyclogest (progesterone) at day 16-27 affect ovulation if i haven't ovulated yet?I should stop at day 27 if -, but what if it is too early to pick up a +?
Timing: I usually recommend verifying ovulation prior to starting progesterone. It theoretically can delay ovulation, and you don't want to start it until you're sure you've ovulated. If your timing is right in the first place, then you won't have to worry about the pregnancy test being too early. It should be just right. In any case, if you stop it, and you find out you're preg, you can restart it. ...Read more
I have started taking Cyclogest at 8weeks of pregnancy because my progesterone dropped. Till when should I be taking it?
Why are you taking this?
Who told you to take this? ...Read more
Inside : Just place them inside. How far up does not matter. ...Read more
Cyclogest (progesterone): In about 11% of people using it there will be urinary symptoms. However, so can a urinary tract infection, so if it persists or become painful, see your doctor. ...Read more