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Commercial Name: Provera
Principal Ingredient: Medroxyprogesterone acetate
Utilization: Treats irregular menstruations and abnormal uterine bleeding
Available Dosage: 2,5mg and 5m
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The Provera mediation is intended to combat hormone-established varieties of recurrent breast cancer, recurrent and/or metastatic cancer of the endometrium, kidney.
The Provera dosage is prescribed by the doctor personally. The drug is meant for oral intake. tablets ought to be taken in the course of or at once after a meal, without chewing, drinking plenty of water. If vital, drugs may be crushed.
Breast most cancers in postmenopausal girls: 400-1500 mg/day.
Endometrial most cancers and kidney most cancers: one hundred-six hundred mg/day.
Metastatic prostate cancer: a hundred-500 mg/day.
Anorexia and cachexia syndrome: one thousand mg/day.
indications to be used
The Provera pill is used inside the following diagnoses:
most cancers cachexia;
metastatic kidney cancer (besides for most cancers of the renal pelvis);
endometrial most cancers;
prostate most cancers.
hypersensitivity and intolerance to the components of the drug;
period of pregnancy and lactation;
tumors of the genital organs or the mammary gland (besides in instances of anticancer remedy);
bleeding of the genital tract for uncertain reasons;
thrombophlebitis, thromboembolism or stroke (increased hazard of development or history);
coronary heart or kidney failure;
Provera side effects
while using drugs, the following undesirable outcomes are possible:
feeling of despair and sleeplessness;
dizziness and headache;
the occurrence of discomfort within the epigastrium;
allergic rash and urticaria;
acne and weight reduction
improved nipple sensitivity;
vaginal discharge (recognizing, bloody);
impaired glucose tolerance;
Overdose might also growth the signs described above
Medically reviewed by Dr. Josette Davignon
Last updated: 17.01.2023