|Manufacturer||Sun Pharma, India|
|Pack Size||Qty||Price Per Pill or Unit||Price||Cart|
|30 Soft Gelatin Capsules||US$ 0.63||US$ 19.00|
|60 Soft Gelatin Capsules||US$ 0.54||US$ 32.5014%US$ 38.00|
|90 Soft Gelatin Capsules||US$ 0.50||US$ 45.0021%US$ 57.00|
Progesterone is a female hormone that is significant for the regulation of ovulation and menstruation. Whenever women who have not reached menopause yet begin to experience irregular periods, it means that progesterone is lacking from their body. Under such circumstances, this hormone is used to bring about menstrual periods in women. It is effective in avoiding overgrowth in the lining of the uterus in postmenopausal women, who are undergoing estrogen hormone substitution therapy. Your doctor may prescribe the amount of progesterone depending on your condition and prevailing medical history. The dosage differs from patient to patient, and there is no fixed or standard amount of dosage. Strictly stick to your prescribed amount of dosage.
Visit your doctor regularly while using this medication and never miss any scheduled appointments. Susten must be stored at room temperature and a safe distance from moisture, heat, and light. Do not use this medicine for any other complaints unless your doctor says to do so
Do not take the drug if you are planning a pregnancy, or if you are within the initial stages of your pregnancy, are breast-feeding, are suffering or have earlier suffered from growths in the liver, lupus, migraines, seizures, thyroid problems, fluid retention, swelling of joints, blood clotting, or vision loss, have a history of asthma, kidney problems, heart problems, high blood pressure, blood vessel problems, high cholesterol or lipid levels, diabetes, depression, dementia, gallbladder problems, or pancreas problems, high or low blood calcium levels.
Tell your doctor if you have developed jaundice or have had suffered from endometriosis; growths in the uterus; uterine fibroids; abnormal mammograms; or lumps in the breast. Always remember to inform your doctor about all the prescriptions and other medications you take, including vitamins, minerals, herbal products, and other drugs prescribed by other doctors. Never fail to start a new course of this drug without taking your physician's opinion first. The healing capabilities of Progesterone can be severely hampered by some drugs, while some unfavourable outcomes could be produced when taken with other drugs.
Side effects like hives; difficulty in breathing; or swelling of your face, lips, tongue, might be indications to put this drug on hold for a short period and consult your doctor about any further course of action. In mild instances, you could be prone to sudden coughing; wheezing; rapid breathing; swelling in your hands, ankles, and feet; unnecessary warmth, and redness in one or both legs.
Some other major concerns while consuming this drug are sudden numbness or weakness on one side of the body; sudden and severe migraines; disorientation; indistinct vision or speech; improper balance; chest, arm, stomach, or shoulder pains; nausea; sweating; and general illness. Women could develop irregular menstrual periods, besides experiencing an itching sensation in their vagina or an unusual amount of vaginal discharge. Coughing up blood, suffering from jaundice, developing breast lumps, or losing interest in sex, could be experienced in extreme situations.
Progesterone must be administered just how your doctor prescribes it. Whenever in doubt and your doctor can not be reached, follow the instructions on your prescription label.