Duphaston contain the active ingredient dydrogesterone, which is a synthetic hormone similar to the naturally occurring sex hormone. Duphaston is a hormonal drug commonly used where assisted reproductive techniques are used to induce conception.
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Duphaston is used in the treatment, control, prevention, improvement of the following diseases, conditions and symptoms: Painful menstrual periods; Abnormal vaginal bleeding; Recurrent miscarriage due to progesterone deficiency; Infertility; Post-menopausal conditions; Hormone replacement therapy; Chest reddening with increased heat; Face with increased heat; Neck with increased heat; Weakening of bones
How to take
Take Duphaston with a full glass of water.
It should be taken orally with or without food, once or twice per day as directed by your healthcare provider.
You should continue to take your tablets for as long as your healthcare provider recommends.
Duphaston should be used with caution in patients with cardiovascular, renal or hepatic impairment, diabetes mellitus, asthma, epilepsy and migraine. It should be used with care in persons with a history of mental depression.
Side effects of Duphaston may include gastro-intestinal disturbances, allergic skin rashes or urticaria, changes in libido, acne, fluid retention, mass gain, mental depression and breast changes, which may include discomfort or gynaecomastia. Alterations in liver function tests have been reported and less frequently jaundice.
In a small percentage of the treated cases, breakthrough bleeding may occur, which can be prevented by increasing the dosage. During the clinical application of Duphaston, no virilising side effects were observed.
There are no known harmful effects when this medicine is used during pregnancy. Small amounts of this medicine may pass into breast milk, however there are no known harmful effects when it is used by breastfeeding mothers.
Contact your doctor or health care provider right away if any of these apply to you.