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Buy Generic Progesterone Injection Online

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GENERIC ALTERNATIVE LISTING - Progesterone Injection
Dosage Pack Size & Price Qty
50mg/mL
Brand medication is not available at this time.

PROGESTERONE INJECTION (PROGESTERONE)

Progesterone Injection Treatment for Menorrhagia or Amenorrhea

Your doctor may recommend Progesterone Injection therapy if you are experiencing abnormal uterine bleeding (Menorrhagia) or an absence of your monthly cycle (secondary Amenorrhea) due to a hormonal imbalance. The Progestin Injection may be administered by your doctor or other health professional in order to demonstrate how the shot is given and where it needs to go. This can save you repeated trips to your doctor’s office until it is time for a recheck to be certain the Progesterone Injection is working for you.

More About Menorrhagia and Amenorrhea

The Progesterone Injection generic or brand will work to minimize the effects of estrogen (another female hormone) on target cells , so your menstrual flow will be considerably reduced as the endometrium is down-regulated. This means there is not as much of your uterine lining (endometrium) to shed during your period so there will not be as heavy a flow. The generic alternative is not manufactured by the company that makes the brand product.

Amenorrhea refers to going through puberty without ever having a menstrual cycle and you are not pregnant or going through menopause. Secondary amenorrhea is when your menstrual cycle just stops for at least 3 or more months, and is believed to be caused by a hormonal imbalance possibly caused by polycystic ovarian syndrome (PCOS) or you are anorexic.

Other Progesterone Injection Treatments

If you are undergoing IVF treatments, you may be instructed to use a daily Progesterone Injection for supplementation of one stage of your menstrual cycle called the luteal phase. This involves the corpus luteum (empty follicle the egg was released from) producing progesterone in order to prepare your womb lining for a fertilized egg to implant and be maintained through the early stages of your pregnancy. If you are not producing enough progesterone to thicken the lining (endometrium) a fertilized egg cannot attach and grow.

Before Being Administered a Progesterone Injection

You will be required to undergo testing to uncover the reason for the problems with your periods or the absence of them and to check that you are not currently pregnant. You will be shown how to draw up the correct amount of the Progesterone into a syringe and how to inject it in the appointed muscle region. Explain other conditions or allergies you have to your doctor and list any OTC or Rx drugs you currently take or use, including herbal preparations and dietary or vitamin supplements, in order to determine if Progesterone Injection therapy is safe for you.

Precautions to Take with Progesterone Injection

If you are not comfortable with administering the Progesterone Injection yourself, take your spouse, a family member, or friend with you so they can learn how the shots are given. Dispose of the injection material into a proper ‘sharps’ container, available at most drugstores, and return it when you are finished with the Progesterone Injection therapy. Keep all injection material and the vials of Progesterone out of children’s reach. Do not share any medications with others.

Possible Side Effects of Progesterone Injection

  • Injection site pain
  • Headache
  • Breast tenderness
  • Weight gain or loss

Other Hormonal Drugs Similar to Progesterone Injection

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