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Utrogestan And Bleeding In Pregnancy
I got naturally pregnant.I didn't have miscarriages or bleeding, but my gyn said that I should take Utrogestan until the end of the pregnancy.Why?
Probable precaution: Progesterones are often prescribed in some high risk pregnancies when there is a fear of a (repeat) miscarriage or of (another) preterm delivery. In the USA, there is no strong scientific evidence that progestins improve the outcomes of first pregnancies. You may want to seek the opinion of an obstetrician familiar with Utrogestran and experienced in managing threatened abortions,preterm labor ...Read more
When your due date arrives, you will be more than ready to have your baby! Most women deliver the baby somewhere between 37 and 42 weeks. According to the American College of Obstetricians and Gynecologists, only 5% of babies arrive on the exact due date. Approximately 7% of babies are not delivered by 42 weeks, and when that happens, it is referred to ...Read more
Common complaint: Cramps in the 1st months is extremely common unrelated to your medication. Tell your doctor if the cramps continue or you have bleeding. As the uterus grows "growing pains" occur. ...Read more
Bleeding light pink 11 weeks pregnant. on 200mg utrogestan. what's going on? is it ok? will it stop? is it normal? is the baby ok?
Talk to Dr: It's normal to have a little bit of spotting, but you may want to consider an ultrasound to determine that the embryo is okay at this point. You may also want to ask your doctor if it's necessary to continue to Progesterone at this point in time. Up to 25% of pregnancies have bleeding at some point. It doesn't always mean miscarriage but you should follow up with your doctor. ...Read more
Yes and No: Only if prescribed by your doctor for pg support. Otherwise no! ...Read more
Can utrogestan prescribed for pregnancy, once completed cause hot flushes, weight gain and bloating? How long does it take to exit the system?
What are the eventual effects on an unborn/born child after long term administration of utrogestion during pregnancy?
Hii waspregnant for 3 weeks and my doctor precribe me utogestan 200mg i lost my baby,. was utrogestan safe?
Very individual: The use of utogestan, a progestin, in your situation is highly individualized. Progestins are sometimes used in early pregnancy, particularly in the setting of fertility treatments, to try to maintain the uterine lining & prevent miscarriage.However, the package insert says it is not to be used in pregnancy. Your doctor certainly weighed these factors in deciding what was best for you. Best wishes ...Read more
It is very safe:
it is recommended drug in the first trimester in patients with low progestrone or what we call it luteal phase defect, to decrease risk of miscarriage
and used also in 2nd trimester to decrease risk of preterm labor in women with short cervix
so it is safe and recommended by your doctor instructions ...Read more
I’m day 27 of my cycle (usual 26-29 days). I used 200mg Utrogestan daily for day17-26 as prescribed (to fall pregnant). When can I do a prenancy test?
3 weeks after sex: A urine pregnancy test, done correctly, gives a reliable result 3 weeks after sex (3 weeks after when conception might have occurred), or 1 week after missing a period. If done sooner, a positive result is likely real, but a negative result may be due to testing too soon, and thus lead to a repeat test. If a woman gets her normal regular period, then she is not pregnant, and a test is not needed. ...Read more
My ob gave me utrogestan, a progesterone since my pcis is back and im trying to get preg. Will it work?.. Or I have chances to be positive this month?
I m pregnant 10sa and I m taking utrogestan for 1 month and 4 days , I m asking when I have to stope taking utrogestan? Thank you
Too complex: This is to complex of a question for healthtap. You should talk to your obgyn. ...Read more
Oestrodose 2 puffs a day and one utrogestan 100 per day. Is it safe to be used for only 3 years, until i reach 52? . I am 49 and have menopause.
I'm 17 and a gynecologist prescribed me utrogestan since my menstrual cycles are irregular. I don't remember the health issue she diagnosed me with.
Progesterone: Progesterone is sometimes used to help with irregular periods. Utrogestan is a type of Progesterone. Birth control pills are usually a better choice in a teenager. If you are unclear what the problem the doctor was treating you should definitely schedule a follow up visit to ask. ...Read more
Diagnosed with fluid around the gestational sac.Doc gave me utrogestan 100mg 2 take. Wat are the complications & steps to prevent it.im 10 weeks preg?
Promote luteal phase:
Utrogestan is a 'new' progestational agent, used to regulate menses and shown to help avoid early miscarriage without the known complications of agents like Depoprovera. It and equivalent agents are often prescribed for signs of threatened loss.
Ahealthy luteal phase of the menstrual cycle is probably critical. Consult your GYN. And good luck for the present. ...Read more
I'm over 5 weeks pregnant i wonder can I use prenatal vitamin and utrogestan and aspegic all together without hurting my baby ? Thanks
Call your doctor!: Please speak with your doctor! every persons situation is different and this is not something that can be answered online. Very best of luck to you. ...Read more
4 miscarriages.Now 5 wk pregnan, semi-natural donor egg cycle. I am on 10mg Progynova and 800mg Utrogestan. I am spotting again.Can it be Utrogestan?
Hi I am 46 years old i already have a 10 year od daughter and a 7 year old daughter I have been trying to get pregnant for the last year but to no avail my doctor suggest that i take letrozol and utrogestan which I have been doing for 2 months now from my
Risk rises: The risk for injury to the mom and/or chromosomal aberrations in the fetus rises as one gets older. (46 is what i mean by "older."). ...Read more
I'm experience loose stool every day after IVF transfer. Now i'm 6 dpt. Is that normal? Is it a side effect of progynova or utrogestan?
My doc gave me utrogestan a progesterone bcoz i ddnt have my period for 2months and is trying to GT preg. 5 days after it still no period. Pls help?
Hi i need some help here....I am 14dpiui and on utrogestan... Can the medicine delays my period? or am i pregnant? I have brown spotting on 11dpiui...
While you're on: utrogestan and a few days after you stop taking it, you may have a delayed period and/or spotting even if you aren't pregnant. If you ovulated and conceived, you should have a positive pregnancy test by now. If you are pregnant, please follow your OB's instructions about how long to stay on utrogestan. Best wishes. Dr. Anne ...Read more
I have pcos again. Ob gave me utrogestan a progeterone and when my period came i had 50mg of ovamit agai n. Will it help? I wana be pregnnt.
Is it normal not cramping on the second day of iui? My doctor prescribe medicine utrogestan and vibramycin (doxycycline) is that medication ease the pain?
No oain is good.: The meds u mentioned are not for pain but to stablize the endometrial lining and to prevent infection, respectively. God bless u! http://www.babycenter.com/0_fertility-treatment-artificial-insemination-iui_4092.bc. http://m.voices.yahoo.com/10-herbs-promote-fertility-increase-chances-2491984.html. ...Read more
See a doctor: If you're bleeding while pregnant it's possible that you may be at risk of a miscarriage. While there might not be much a doctor can do to prevent miscarriage if it's actively occurring, the doctor can give a sense of likelihood and rule out other issues/contributing problems, such as infections. ...Read more
It may be : Completely harmless or could be a harbinger of a miscarriage. Please d/w your doctor. ...Read more
1st trimester Bleed: Doctors estimate that 25 to 40 percent of women will experience some vaginal bleeding during the first trimester of their pregnancy, and more often than not the pregnancy will progress totally normally: http://www.parents.com/pregnancy/week-by-week/5/bleeding--whats-normal-and-whats-not/ ...Read more
Female Fertility: I am not understanding your question in any way. To get pregnant a female must be ovulating and be exposed to fresh semen. How and what does bleeding have to do with that very well known truth about men and women and sex? Do you mean heavy vaginal bleeding post intercourse? Do you mean heavy bleeding for her normal period? ...Read more
Progesterone has been found to be helpful in preventing preterm birth in a patient who has a history of delivering babies too early. It can be given as vaginal suppositories. It is most often given as weekly shots until 34-36 weeks. ...Read more