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medroxyprogest 10mg
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was on medroxyprogest 10mg for 21 days due to bleeding from the uterus. I finished all the pills but still spotting slightly. Is this normal? I am 67 years old. No doctor over the years have ever suggested this type of meds. Been fine in health until these last few years. Have been under a lot of stress so don't know if this has anything to do with the bleeding. Seen a OBGYN who prescribed these meds but since then have been in the process of moving to another town. Once we are in our new home in a week I plan to go to the hospital to get a reference to a new GYB. Have any suggestion on what I should do for the spotting. ## I have been bleeding for a hold month and these pills not working ## Both of you need to consult your respective doctors. Even after menopause, you can still acc... ...
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Thu, Oct 29 '15, 8:14 PM
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I'm on this injectible and have recently lost my job causing it to be difficult to pay for the perscription. The last time I didn't take it at the time it was due (I went off for a short period of time), I ended up in emergency with MAJOR abdominal pain. I could not stand up straight. My question is, does your company help people who are financially struggling like some other companies do? ## this site does not prescribed nor sell prescription drugs, so I am sorry, we cannot help you. I am guessing you intended to contact the manufacturer. Do you happen to know the name of the company that makes the one you use? ## Yes...I guess I thought you were the manufacturer. Since you are not, NO I don't know who they are. Can you help me with that? ## No, I am sorry, Generic medicati... ...
Updated 6 years ago.
Tue, Mar 17 '09, 6:50 PM
Medroxyprogesterone (INN, BAN), also known as 17α-hydroxy-6α-methylprogesterone, and abbreviated as MP, is a steroidal progestin drug which was never marketed for use in humans.[1] An acylated derivative, medroxyprogesterone acetate (MPA), is clinically used as a pharmaceutical medicine.[2] Compared to MPA, MP is over two orders of magnitude less potent as a progestogen.[3] As such, MP itself is not used clinically, though it has seen limited use in veterinary medicine under the tra...
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We are trying to get pregnant, but I don't have natural periods. So, I was told to take Medroxypr Ac 10 mg every day for 10 days to start my period. My question is, after I've taken the last pill, when will I actually start my period? (in how many days) ## There is really no precise count that you can rely on, it may be the day after you take your last pill, or it may take several more days, it really all depends on your own body and how it reacts to the hormones. You're period may also be unusual, when it does arrive, you may bleed less or more than usual. It could also lengthen it or shorten its duration. Hormones can work differently on different people, which is why its difficult to determine which way any one person may go. Are there any other questions or comments? ## ... ...
Updated 3 years ago in Medroxyprogesterone.
Thu, Jan 12 '12, 10:02 AM
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Having problems on this medication and need any information I can get. Polycycytic ovary snydrome root of all eveil.. anyone have any advice would be greatly appreciated...Thank you ...
Updated 9 years ago in Medroxyprogesterone.
Thu, Mar 23 '06, 8:59 AM
Medroxyprogesterone 10 m
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i have had irregular periods practically since i started one.. but in 2012 i started having regular periods but as of july 2013 it stoped. my ob/gyn perscribe me the medicine and i have only 3.. i am trying to get pregnant. is it possible since this pill is to regulate my period and to help balance my hormone can i get pregnant? ## Hello, Shelly! How are you? Yes, progesterone is vital to both a normal menstrual cycle and your ability to get pregnant. I can't promise you that it will work, but for the best possible outcome, it would be wise to follow your doctor's instructions. Are there any other questions or concerns? ## I haven't had my period in a while now, can't remember the last time so lets say around 6-7 months ago.. just recently I was prescribed a medroxyproge... ...
Updated 1 year ago in Medroxyprogesterone.
Mon, Jul 28 '14, 12:28 PM
5mg medroxyprogesterone
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Im 22 yrs old. My period is irregular. It comes every 2 to 3 months so I decided to get a check up then my doctor prescribe me 5mg medroxyprogesterone every day for 10days and she told me that after 2 days of taking it my period will visit me. The problem now is its my 8days of taking it and my period come. Should I take the other 2days eventhough I have a period now? ## Hi I'm 23, I took a 5 day prescription of 10mg Medroxyprogesterone for having irregular bleeding. A few days after I started my period. June I had a dark brown colored discharge when I wiped for 5 days, but no period no period in July. I went to the ER blood confirmed not pg htps neg as well. I've never not had a period. I've been having bad head aches along with back pains. I've been having mild cramps ... ...
Updated 1 year ago in Medroxyprogesterone.
Sat, Aug 02 '14, 3:30 PM
Medroxyprogesterone tablet
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I was prescribed orgamet, which is a medroxyprogesterone acetate tablet. I took it for 7 day, 2 times in each day. I'm on the 9th day after the last pill, and I still don't have my period. What should I do? ...
Updated 21 days ago in Medroxyprogesterone.
Mon, Nov 09 '15, 10:50 PM
Medroxyprogesterone 10mg tgre
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small white round pill with G 3742 on it ## Based on the description provided, I can confirm your pill to be Medroxyprogesterone acetate (10 mg). Medroxyprogesterone is a progestin, a synthetic variant of the human hormone progesterone. You can view a detailed description of the drug and its uses by clicking on the link below... If you have any more questions or comments to add, please post back so I can further assist you. ...
Updated 4 years ago in Medroxyprogesterone.
Sat, Feb 26 '11, 10:54 AM
medroxyprogesterone acetate 5mg
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I am 28 year old I am 12 days late never late this long I ask doctor if he can do blood work to see if I am pregnant he told me just to take this pill I am scared I am a mother of a 5 year old boy I just got married and we want a baby to add to are little family please help me should I take this pill or want ???? ## Hello, Lolita! How are you? You should have yourself checked for pregnancy, before taking them. If you take them for a few days, then stop, the sudden drop off could cause a miscarriage if you are pregnant. Can you get a home kit to check yourself? ...
Updated 1 year ago in Medroxyprogesterone.
Sat, Jun 28 '14, 4:09 PM
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Was prescribed for heavy vaginal bleedingand irregular periods. ## HOW WILL PROVERA HELP ME WITH HEAVY BLEEDING, CLOTTING TAKEN IN CONJUNCTION WITH OVRAL? ## Provera contains a synthetic form of Progesterone, which is a hormone vital to the female menstrual cycle. In many cases, issues such as amenorrhea, PMS, PCOS/PCOD and the symptoms associated with perimenopause/menopause are caused by a deficiency in it. Thus, supplementing it back can help correct the issues. You can learn more Provera details here. Since this one is a synthetic form, it may cause side effects, such as nausea, dizziness, weight changes and headache. And something such as Ovral is often given to help try to keep your hormones regulated long-term, once you are finished with the Provera. Are there any comments and qu... ...
Updated 2 years ago in Provera.
Thu, Jun 27 '13, 5:00 AM
medroxyprogesterone 10mg for 10 daya
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Hi my doctor prescribe me to take medroxyprogesterone for not having my menstrual for almost 3 months 10mg for 10 days i took my last pill December 5 how long would it take for me to come on? In do the pill really work. Thanks ## Hello, Keisha! How are you? Your period should start within 24 to 48 hours of finishing them. Did you start, yet? This is a hormonal medication that may cause side effects, such as nausea, dizziness, headache, irritability and breakthrough bleeding. And yes, they do work for many women, but I can't say whether or not they will work for you. It depends on what's causing you to skip your periods. Are they normally irregular? ## I took provera 10mg for 10 days to start my period. I haven't had 1 in over a year. I had intercourse 3 times while taking th... ...
Updated 2 months ago in Medroxyprogesterone.
Sun, Sep 13 '15, 9:23 PM
Medroxyprogesterone- still no period
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I am a 26 yr old female and after almost a year of not having a normal period (my period is 1-2 days of light old blood) I went to my ob. She put me on medroxyprogesterone to kickstart my period and then once I had my period to take clomid. (She doesn't believe I'm ovulating and me and my husband are trying to get pregnant. )The directions on the medicine said to take for 10 days and then I'd start my period 3-7 days after my last dose. After 15 days of no period I called my doctor and she prescribed another round of medroxyprogesterone. I'm worried. Is it normal to have to take 2 rounds of medroxyprogesterone to kick start your period? ## Hi, Kasey! Sorry about the problems that you're having. Have you used any of kits that can let you know if you're ovulating o... ...
Updated 5 months ago in Medroxyprogesterone.
Fri, Jun 12 '15, 7:25 AM
medroxyprogesterone and still bleeding
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Finally went to the ear after almost 3 weeks of bleeding blood work and UA's done, everything came back ok ..also got an ultrasound and a transvaginal sonogram done everything came back normal...I was put on Medroxyprogesterone to stop my period..I'm on day day 4 and still hasn't stopped its light to med no means filling up a pad or anything .....I had light cramp today on day 5 but other than that no pain. im scared idk why it hasn't mom said to finish out my 7 days then go to a obgyn .....and the more I read on the internet the more scared I get ....I always read the worst case ..... cancer ect.......anyone else to through this....advice will help. ## Hello, Yessi! How are you? Your mother is correct. You need to finish this medicat... ...
Updated 1 year ago in Medroxyprogesterone.
Tue, Aug 26 '14, 2:01 PM
 Estradiol Cypionate + Medroxyprogesterone
Medroxyprogesterone acetate (INN, USAN, BAN), also known as 17α-hydroxy-6α-methylprogesterone acetate, and commonly abbreviated as MPA, is a steroidal progestin, a synthetic variant of the steroid hormone progesterone.[2][3] It is used as a contraceptive, in hormone replacement therapy and for the treatment of endometriosis as well as several other indications. MPA is a more potent derivative of its parent compound medroxyprogesterone (MP). While medroxyprogesterone is sometimes use...
Does femilon contain medroxyprogesterone ?
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Hello All, I have been using femilon since one month... I am experiencing severe hair loss.. I consulted my dermatologist and she told me that if your contraceptive pills contain medroxyprogesterone it triggers hair loss.... so does femilon contain medroxyprogesterone ? ## To be accurate, hair loss can be a side effect of most synthetic hormones and that is what is used in these oral contraceptives. However, it is usually related to the artificial estrogens, not the artificial forms of progesterone, in most people. Femilon contains ehtinylestradiol (an artificial estrogen) and desogestrel (an artificial progesterone). The reason many women suffer hair loss during perimenopause and menopause is due to the fact that their progesterone levels drop off, when they stop ovulating, but their e... ...
Updated 2 years ago in Medroxyprogesterone.
Mon, Aug 26 '13, 8:46 AM
 Conjugated Estrogens + Medroxyprogesterone
Medroxyprogesterone acetate (INN, USAN, BAN), also known as 17α-hydroxy-6α-methylprogesterone acetate, and commonly abbreviated as MPA, is a steroidal progestin, a synthetic variant of the steroid hormone progesterone.[2][3] It is used as a contraceptive, in hormone replacement therapy and for the treatment of endometriosis as well as several other indications. MPA is a more potent derivative of its parent compound medroxyprogesterone (MP). While medroxyprogesterone is sometimes use...
Bleeding while taking Medroxyprogesterone
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I have been having super heavy periods all my life. It's usually been controlled by the pill, but the one that worked for me was pulled off the market. Last year, I literally bled from Jan Sept. With just a few days of no bleeding. I finally (I'm stubborn) went to the dr, and they gave me the Iud (mirena) That seemed to help, until this last few months. I hurt, hurt so bad, and bled like crazy. My body ended up expelling the iud and I instantly felt better. Unfortunately the bleeding came back with a vengeance. I went to the dr and couldn't see my Dr, he was out of town. The one Dr that I saw gave me a script for medroxyprogesterone. 10 MG daily. When I started taking it, I was told to try 1/2 a pull and I stopped bleeding, almost instantly. Now about 10 days later I started... ...
Updated 3 months ago in Medroxyprogesterone.
Thu, Aug 13 '15, 12:47 PM
Taking medroxyprogesterone for over 15 years
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Hi, I've had abnormal periods since I was a teenager. At age 18 my gynecologist put me on provera/medroxyprogesterone, I've taken it every first 10 days of every month since then, and I am now 35 years old and still on this medicine. My doctor keeps telling me that I need to stay on it, to prevent uterine cancer, it runs in my family and if I don't take this medicine I won't get a period. My concern is the effect this medicine will have on my body after all these years of taking it. I keep reading that this medicine may increase my risk of breast and ovarian cancer. What do I do???? ## Hello, Judy! How are you? Wow! That's very unusual, most doctors will have you take it for awhile, then stop to see if your natural cycle kicks in. There's really no way for your d... ...
Updated 1 year ago in Medroxyprogesterone.
Mon, Aug 25 '14, 11:15 AM
Long term side effects of Medroxyprogesterone
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I was just prescribed this medication by my doctor, because of irregular periods. For the past 2 years I have had my period non-stop. It has not regulated or anything so she put me on this medication. What are the long term side effects of this? Does it decrease fertility? What? ## Hello, Lyla! How are you? No, it won't affect future fertility. Actually, this hormone is vital to your ability to get pregnant and maintain a healthy pregnancy to full term. Bleeding like you've been having is usually due to having too much estrogen and not enough progesterone, this is a form of progesterone to replace it for you to try to get the bleeding to stop. Side effects may include nausea, dizziness, breast tenderness and irritability. Is there anything else I can help with? ...
Updated 1 year ago in Medroxyprogesterone.
Mon, Jun 30 '14, 8:35 PM

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