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 Provera Medroxyprogesterone
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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I was prescribed provera to bring on my period. It has been 8 days since my last pill & I haven't gotten a period. How long does it take to get a period? If I am in menopause can it be that I won't get a period? ## when i was given a scrip for provera 10mg for ten days, within 3-4 days of stopping the drug after my last tablet it brought on my menses. I would go back to the MD who wrote you the scrip with your concerns and see what else might be done about the situation, as you mentioned you might be in menopause, then it only makes sense that your hormones have shifted, so a period might be unlikely ...
Updated 10 years ago in Provera.
Tue, Apr 03 '07, 7:42 PM
 Depo-Provera Medroxyprogesterone
Medroxyprogesterone acetate (MPA), sold under the brand name Depo-Provera among others, is a manufactured hormone of the progestin type. It is used as birth control and as part of hormone replacement therapy for menopausal symptoms. It is also used to treat endometriosis, abnormal uterine bleeding, abnormal sexuality in males, and certain types of cancer. It is used by mouth or injection into a muscle or under the skin[8] Common side effects include no periods, abdominal pain, headaches, and ...
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injections every 3 months ...
Updated 10 years ago in Provera.
Sat, Jun 02 '07, 8:10 PM
 Depo-subq Provera 104 Medroxyprogesterone Acetate
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...
Provera 10mg ... no period
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Hi there, I have searched the web but cant find my answer. Was given Provera 10mg twice daily starting on THE LAST DAY of my menstrual cycle. For the past few months I had terrible spotting a week before my period was due, which is awfull. My period would last app. 4-7 days after this. I was diagnosed with endemetrioses at a young age, but have healthy children:-) We are trying for a baby but struggeling. My gynie tested to see if I am ovulating, and I am. He gave me Provera to start on the last day (the 25 June)last pil on the 5th July. I have not started any kind of spotting or period up to now (16 days) and my period is 3 days late. I have menstrual cramps for 3 days but nothing. Also no nausea bit of tender breasts. Is this common? I dont want to get too excited as it is devestating do ...
Updated 2 years ago in Medroxyprogesterone.
Mon, Jul 20 '15, 11:10 PM
Provera and Menopause
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I am 56 and I have been taking eostrogen hrt for 6 months. My dr prescribed privera 1/2 pil daily last week to induce bleeding. I am now housebound, cannot work and bleeding profusely with chronic period pain & nausea for the past week. She suggested taking 3x pils each day for 3 days & see what happens. Im worried this will increase the bleeding. I stopped taking it 48 hrs ago and the bleeding is worse. Does anyone know how long this can go on? I think night sweats were much easier to deal with and I'll go back to natural treatments. ## Hello, Victoria! How are you? How long had it been that you'd not had a period? The problem is that in many cases using estrogen only HRT causes your uterine lining to build up to thickly, which is why it's necessary to induce bleedi... ...
Updated 3 years ago in Provera.
Wed, Feb 19 '14, 3:54 AM
provera for thick endometrium
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Hi, I am a 30 year old mother of two with a tubal ligation. I have been having horrible abdominal pain after intercourse and have always had really heavy heavy periods that are irregular and clotty and very painful. Had an ultrasound done. So they didn't find anything except that I had a very thick endometrium. Would a thick endometrium cause pain after intercourse? The pain lasts well into the next day. Sometimes I have pain when I haven't had intercourse as well. It is doubled over pain that lasts up to 24-48 hours (I have a high tolerance for pain and never go to the doctor). Anyway, the doctor prescribe me Provera to help them out my endometrium. I understand how it synthetic progestin can do this but what I don't understand is why the doctor told me I will never have a ... ...
Updated 1 year ago in Provera.
Thu, Dec 17 '15, 1:44 PM
Provera/Medroxyprogesterone
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So my doctor prescribed me medroxyprogesterone 10mg (provera) for 5 days to start AF. I have only taken 2 pills, and woke up this morning and when I wiped, it was brown. It is very stretchy and very mucous like (almost like ewcm except with brown). I am supposed to take my 3rd pill at noon today. Just wondering, is this normal to start bleeding before I have even finished my pills? Last period was October 26th. ## Hello, Adri! How are you? Yes, this is a type of hormone, so it can cause some spotting, while you're taking it. Other side effects, as listed by the FDA may include nausea, headache, irritability, and PMS-like symptoms. Is there anything else I can help with? ...
Updated 1 year ago in Provera.
Mon, Feb 15 '16, 1:55 PM
Can provera affect your period?
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Hello, I was given Provera last month to stop my period before I went on holiday. After a few days of being on Provera I started bleeding and this continued on and off for the rest of the holiday (2 weeks). As soon as I got home I stopped taking the tablets and had my period. However, I am now 4/5 days late. Could this be due to the Provera or something else? Thank you in advance ## Yes, it contains a hormone, so it can affect your hormonal balance, which may result in spotting, and an irregular cycle, according to the NIH. Has there been any change? Are you on any other medications? ...
Updated 10 months ago in Provera.
Fri, Oct 28 '16, 4:38 PM
Taking Provera while on Jadelle
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Hello. I have the Jadelle implant. Today I went in to get provera to stop spotting. On the provera information sheet it says to use other non-hormonal forms of contraception. Does this apply to the Jadelle? My question is if I have the jadelle implant and I take the provera, do I have to use any other form of contraception? (I'm in a long term monogamous relationship with a proven clean partner). I hope it's not too silly a question. ...
Updated 7 months ago in Provera.
Sun, Jan 22 '17, 5:47 PM
neurogen e tsken with provera 10mg
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Presently i am taking provera 10mg a day for 10 days. Can i also take neurogen e as supplement without any effect? ...
Updated 3 years ago in Provera.
Sun, Oct 06 '13, 2:27 AM
PROVERA/MEDROXYPROGESTERONE ACETA
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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 4 years ago in Provera.
Thu, Jun 27 '13, 5:00 AM
Althea, Provera and long menstruation
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Hi, I just want to ask kung ganun ba talaga effect ng Althea. 6 months kasi ako di nagakamenstruation tapos nagpaconsult ako sa OB, after TRANS V sabi nya i have PCOS nga daw. Tapos nirestahan nya ko ng Provera para magbleed tapos on the 1st day daw ng mens ko start na ko mag- Althea pills, kaso mag 3 weeks na po mens ko ngaun. Normal po ba yun? Dapat ko gawin? Thanks. ...
Updated 5 months ago in Provera.
Fri, Apr 14 '17, 1:01 AM
Post menapausal provera thick lining
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I am 62, post menapausal, have thickening of endo lining and spot bleeding. I am on provera and it has stopped the spotting. I forgot to take it for 2 days. I started spitting again. Now I am back on it faithfully and am not spotting. Is this medicine to help thin my lining out or just stop spot bleeding? Will I have to take it for the rest of my life? Does it shed the thick lining? I have no cancer. My clinic primary sent me to a teaching hospital clinic to see and endocrinologist to see why my lining has thickened but the gyn put me on provera. I am confused because they never let me see an endo. Can you help me to understand. I am no longer in that state so have no medical connection. I have 2 more months left of the provera to take. Will I start spotting again when I run out? ...
Updated 2 months ago in Medroxyprogesterone.
Sun, Jul 23 '17, 7:30 PM
No period after 10 days of taking Provera
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Hi! last october 2016, my period didn't came. I only had some spotting for 4 days. I went to my Obgyne to check if I'm pregnant or not. The result of my pregnancy test was negative. She then told me to do a Trans-V Ultrasound and later on, we found out that I have PCOS. She then told me to drink Provera for 10 days so that I'll have my period and to take Althea Pills on the very first day of my period. However, it's been 5 days now since I took my 10th Provera but still, my period didn't come. What should I do now? Should I start taking Althea Pills even without my period? Or should I wait a bit longer for my period to come? Anyone out there who experienced the same as I did? ...
Updated 10 months ago in Provera.
Thu, Nov 17 '16, 10:41 PM
Estrofem and Provera 5 after Cyst discover
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I was prescribed to take Estrofem for 21 days, twice daily and in the last for days to take Povera 5 also twice daily. I am 28, and TTC. I had undergone a laparoscopy today and my Doctor discovered a Cyst in my Uteris, and said that this medication will help me to heal soon, as he also removed the cyst. Please share your experience and what can I expect please ## Hello, Cindy! How are you? As reported by the FDA, you may experience side effects, such as irregular vaginal bleeding, headache, nausea, PMS-like symptoms and irritability. How are you doing on them? Has there been any change? ...
Updated 1 year ago in Provera.
Thu, Jan 21 '16, 2:06 PM
Sulfameth Tmp Tablets Effects On Depo Provera
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how long after taking my last pill will my birth control kick back in? ## There is still ongoing debate on whether or not Sulfamethoxazole with Trimethoprim will affect hormonal contraceptives, so most doctor's advise using back up protection, until you have been done taking it for a full 7 days. However, if you are on the shot, I haven't been able to find any direct information on it, so you should check with your doctor or pharmacist to be certain. Did you doctor provide any information on it? ...
Updated 5 years ago in Provera.
Fri, Mar 09 '12, 5:02 PM
use provera madicen each tablet for 1 day use 7 days ok
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use provera 10 mg madicen ok 1 tablet for each day use 7 days...... ...
Updated 3 years ago in Provera.
Fri, Mar 21 '14, 3:47 PM
took provera and micropil plus and bleeding won't stop
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Please help, I took provera for 10 days as my gyne prescribed me, after a week the blood came out and now using birth control micropil plus but the bleeding is not yet stop Im in 2 weeks period now. what should i do? ...
Updated 1 year ago in Provera.
Sun, Mar 20 '16, 9:59 PM

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