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Prometrium Micronized Progesterone
How long does prometrium (micronized progesterone) stay in your system? Does it build up over time and how long before its depleted?
About 1 day: Half life is around 28 hours, meaning half is gone every 28 hours you don't take it. You don't build up a store of it either. So within a few days, it is gone from your system hope that helps. ...Read more
Certainly: Though it depends when and why its being taken. ...Read more
No: You should not if you take it everyday. ...Read more
Yes: Prometrium (micronized progesterone) doe not inhibit your own ovulation. And it is safe to take in pregnancy so that is why it is a nice medicine. I assume you are taking it to regulate your periods. But since it is generally a low does it wont usually suppress your own body from ovulating. ...Read more
I have had two miscarriages back to back now. Would using prometrium (micronized progesterone) be wise?
Evaluation: The first step is to be evaluated for recurrent miscarriages. Most are related to abnormal genetics or a problem with the uterus, some are related to blood clotting disorders and some are for unknown reasons. But the first thing is to be evaluated since recurrent miscarriages is usually a genetic issues with the eggs. ...Read more
Took prometrium (micronized progesterone) to start my cycle but it never started should I take it again?
Prometrium (micronized progesterone): If you don't have a period after taking prometrium, (micronized progesterone) possibly you are also lacking sufficient estrogen to prime the uterus. I think that you should schedule a gyn vist and try using estrogen first, and then using the promedriu. ...Read more
What are the side effects of prometrium (micronized progesterone) and do they go away after continued use?
A few: Prometrium (micronized progesterone) may make some individuals very dizzy and very tired. I normally have my patients take the Prometrium (micronized progesterone) right before bedtime on an empty stomach. If this does not improve the side effects then consider taking the Prometrium (micronized progesterone) vaginally. ...Read more
Is prometrium (micronized progesterone) protecting my lining if been taking for months and lining got thick again?
Prometrium (micronized progesterone): I'm a bit unsure of what you are asking. Are you taking Prometrium (micronized progesterone) every day without a break? If so, why? Are you in menopause, and is this being given to you along with estrogen? If you know enough to speak about the thickness of your lining. Clearly you are seeing a doctor who is doing ultrasounds. I would like to help, but am a bit confused. ...Read more
Could changing route of prometrium (micronized progesterone) from orally to vaginally actually cause progesterone levels to decrease?
Yes: Yes but why are you measuring the levels? Measuring the levels are not clinically important. Because i don't know what you are using the Progesterone for it is hard to answer the question. However, vaginal Progesterone will make the uterine concentration of Progesterone higher but the blood levels may not be as high. If the uterus is the target blood levels are irrelevant. ...Read more
Took prometrium (micronized progesterone) for 6 weeks for perimenopause symptoms. Started out with improvements but didn't last. Now what?
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