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Progesterone Vaginal Suppository Side Effects
Yellow/Brown vaginal discharge with odor during pregnancy is that normal, could it be from my progesterone suppesitory?
Possible BV: You may have an infection like bacterial vaginosis. It is treated with a vaginal gel or pull and is one of the most common causes of vaginal discharge with odor. You should see your doctor and have them examine you and treat you if needed especially since you are pregnant. Sometimes infections that are untreated can increase your risk for preterm delivery. ...Read more
A suppository is a drug delivery system that is inserted into the rectum (rectal suppository), vagina (vaginal suppository) or urethra (urethral suppository), where it dissolves or melts. They are used to deliver both systemically-acting and locally-acting medications. The alternative term for delivery of medicine via such ...Read more
Why 600mg of daily progesterone supplements through a combo of injection, oral, and vaginal suppository still fail to raise serum progesterone level?
I rec: Consult at the nearest univ med center, if you are taking that much all 3 ways it should be helping. ...Read more
Taking progesterone suppositories vaginally. Now having white tissues in urine. What does that mean? Did IUI before 3 days
Is it normal to get pink discharge after taking progesterone suppositories vaginally? What is the reason for the pink discharge? Did IUI yesterday.
Are efficiency of cyclogest (progesterone) suppositories 400mg similar to crinone vaginal gel 8% efficiency in supporting luteal phase in IVF after embryo transfer?
Why do I need to avoid sex while using vaginal suppository aside from its effects on condoms and the likes?
Because most: vaginal suppositories, except spermicidals, are used to treat infection- sure to spread with intercourse: it's not about the effect on condoms: it's is a logical therapy to cure an infection. ...Read more
Yeast infx and tx: It's working if your symptoms are getting better. If not, call your doctor. ...Read more
Not too long: When you insert a suppository give it at least an hour or more before having sex (you can get this in cream form as well and is much more convenient.) By waiting an hour or more it will give the suppository a chance to melt (quite rapidly) from your body heat. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
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