- What is progesterone gel-vaginal, and how does it work (mechanism of action)?
- What brand names are available for progesterone gel-vaginal?
- Is progesterone gel-vaginal available as a generic drug?
- Do I need a prescription for progesterone gel-vaginal?
- What are the uses for progesterone gel-vaginal?
- What is the dosage for progesterone gel-vaginal?
- Which drugs or supplements interact with progesterone gel-vaginal?
- Is progesterone gel-vaginal safe to take if I'm pregnant or breastfeeding?
- What else should I know about progesterone gel-vaginal?
What is the dosage for progesterone gel-vaginal?
- For ART, the recommended dose of the 8% gel is 90 mg once daily in women who require progesterone supplementation, and 90 mg twice daily in women with partial or complete ovarian failure who require progesterone replacement. If pregnancy occurs, treatment may be continued until placental autonomy is achieved, up to 10-12 weeks.
- For the treatment of secondary amenorrhea, the 4% gel is administered vaginally every other day for six doses. Women who do not respond should receive the 8% gel.
Which drugs or supplements interact with progesterone gel-vaginal?
- There are no drug interactions listed for progesterone intravaginal gel.
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