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DUPHASTON® 10 mg Film Tablet
It is administered orally.
Active Ingredient: Each film-coated tablet contains 10 mg of dydrogesterone.
Excipients: Lactose monohydrate, methylhydroxypropylcellulose, corn starch, colloidal
anhydrous silica, magnesium stearate, Opadry Y-1-7000 white (E 171)
DUPHASTON® is a progestative hormone drug used orally.
They are white, round, notched, film-coated tablets, each containing 10 mg of dydrogesterone.
It is offered in packages of 20 tablets.
DUPHASTON® contains dydrogesterone active ingredient. Dydrogesterone your body
It is very similar to the 'progesterone' hormone produced by Medicines such as DUPHASTON®
It is called 'progestogen'.
DUPHASTON® can be taken alone or in combination with an estrogen. It is also an estrogen
Whether you take it or not depends on what you are taking the medicine for.
DUPHASTON® is used in the following situations:
For problems you may encounter when your body does not produce enough progesterone:
Painful menstrual periods
Endometriosis - the tissue inside the uterus outside the uterus
- Menstrual periods stopped before menopause 2
Irregular menstrual periods
Menstrual bleeding that is unusually heavy or occurs between menstrual periods
Pre-menstrual syndrome (PMS).
To reduce the risk of miscarriage
Infertility (infertility) caused by low levels of progesterone
To treat menopausal symptoms - this treatment is Hormone Replacement Therapy or
It is called 'HRT'.
- These symptoms vary from woman to woman.
- These include hot flashes, night sweats, trouble sleeping, vaginaIt includes dryness and urinary problems.The body normally uses the natural hormone progesterone to estrogen (other major femininity).hormone). If your body does not produce enough progesterone, DUPHASTON® it compensates for this and restores balance.Your doctor may want you to take estrogen in addition to DUPHASTON®. It,It depends on what reason you are taking DUPHASTON®.In some women using HRT, taking only one estrogen may cause an abnormal lining of the uterus lining.may cause thickening. If your uterus is removed or you have a history of endometriosis, the same
the situation may be present. Taking dydrogesterone during part of your monthly menstrual cycle It helps to prevent the thickening of the tissue.
DO NOT USE DUPHASTON ® in the following situations:
• Dydrogesterone or any of the other ingredients of DUPHASTON®
you are allergic to someone
That worsens with progesterone, such as a brain tumor called 'meningioma'
If you have a tumor or this possibility,
• If you have vaginal bleeding and the cause is unknown.
DUPHASTON® with an estrogen; for example if you are taking it as part of HRT,
Please refer to the "Conditions in which you should not use the product" on the instructions for use of your estrogen drug.
Read the section and share the subject with your physician.
USE DUPHASTON ® CAREFULLY in the following cases:
Follow the advice of your doctor or pharmacist before taking any medication.
All that you use with or without a prescription, or that you use herbal
Report your medications.
If you need to take DUPHASTON® for abnormal bleeding, before you start taking this medicine
Your doctor will determine the cause of your bleeding.
If there is unexpected vaginal bleeding or spotting, usually something to worry about
there is no. This is particularly the case during the first months of taking DUPHASTON®.
However, if the following features are seen for bleeding or spotting, your doctor
• Continuing for more than a few months
• Starting after you have been treated for a while
• Continuing after you stop taking the medication
This may be a sign that the lining of the womb is thickening. Your doctor will tell you if you have bleeding or
He or she will examine the cause of your bleeding and check whether there is cancer in the lining of the uterus.
can take a test to learn.
If you have any of the following, tell your doctor before taking DUPHASTON®.
or ask your pharmacist:
A rare genetic (inherited) blood problem called "porphyria"
If any of the above apply to you (or if you are not sure),
Talk to your doctor or pharmacist before taking DUPHASTON®. Of these problems
whether it has worsened during pregnancy or previous hormone therapy
is especially important. Your doctor may want to monitor you more closely during treatment.
If these worsen or reappear when you take DUPHASTON®, your doctor
may terminate the treatment.