Utrogestan Indications/Uses



Besins Healthcare


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Disorders related to a progesterone deficit.
By oral route (vaginal route is recommended as an alternative if oral route is not suitable). Menstrual irregularities due to ovulation disorders or anovulation, premenstrual disorders, breast pain or benign breast disorders (mastopathies), bleeding (due to fibroma), therapy of the menopause (adjunctive use with estrogen in post-menopausal women for prevention of endometrial hyperplasia), menace of preterm delivery and can be used up to 36 week of pregnancy, threatened miscarriage or prevention of habitual miscarriage due to luteal phase deficiency up to the 12th week of pregnancy, treatment of subfertility or primary or secondary infertility related to progesterone insufficiency in particular in In Vitro fertilization (IVF) cycles and/or oocyte donation.
For all other progesterone indications, the vaginal route represents an alternative to the oral route, in case of adverse events due to progesterone (somnolence, dizzinesss).
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