Generic Gestanin (Allyloestrenol 5 mg) guide:
What is Gestanin and when is it used?
Gestanin is a relatively new medication and it is in fact synthetic form of progestogen. This medication still has to be introduced onto the western markets, but it is already being extensively used in Russia, Japan, India and the most parts of Southeast Asia. It is a synthetic hormone and it is being used for a number of different conditions. For instance, it is prescribed to women in order to prevent threatened miscarriage, premature labor and recurrent pregnancy loss. These conditions are all possible in pregnancy and they lead either to the death of the fetus or premature birth which can then have detrimental effects to the health of the baby and its development. Recurrent pregnancy loss is a particularly rare medical instance which entails loss of two or more concurrent pregnancies for a variety of reasons. Premature labor is the most common cause of infantile deaths in developed countries and Gestanin has shown great potential for preventing premature births. In addition to these uses, Gestanin or more precisely its generic brand Allylestrenol is currently being tested for use in treatment of benign prostatic hyperplasia, or enlarged prostate. The results of the trials have so far been very promising with great potential being shown. However, Gestanin is still being mainly used for prevention of miscarriages and premature births.
Before using Gestanin
Gestanin, like all prescription drugs, needs to be discussed with the doctor prior to using it. Many people tend to disregard this due to the ability to get prescription drugs online without prescription. However, if you wish to be entirely sure that you will not suffer any adverse effects to the drug, you need to talk to your physician. In case of Gestanin, this is due to certain dangers that are involved in using this medication if you are suffering from certain conditions. For instance, you should avoid taking Gestanin in case you are suffering from any of the following severe liver impairment, cancer, incomplete abortion, undiagnosed vaginal bleeding, stroke, history of blood clotting. Also, if you are allergic to this medication, you should steer clear of it or you might suffer from allergic reactions upon ingesting it. There are other conditions that will warrant special attention to the treatment, like for example diabetes, depression, kidney or heart diseases, asthma, migraines and history of epilepsy. Also, women who are breastfeeding will need to undergo certain testing in order to establish if they can safely use Gestanin.
How to properly take Gestanin?
Gestanin is a medication that needs to be taken according to the prescribed regimen and in no other way. If you make any changes to the regimen without first consulting your doctor, you are risking suffering from unwanted effects and you might also compromise the efficiency of the treatment. Gestanin is taken orally with a full drink of water. It can be taken with or without food and if you feel upset stomach upon ingestion, you should take it with a meal. Keep in mind that you might experience certain side effects that might impair your thinking and your reactions, side effects like drowsiness or dizziness. If you feel that yoru thinking is in any way impaired, you need to refrain from doing anything dangerous, such as driving a car, until these side effects have subsided. It is also important to refrain from drinking alcohol, or at least limit the intake of alcohol as it can enhance certain side effects of Gestanin. It is also advised to gradually discontinue the use of v as an abrupt discontinuation can produce certain unwanted effects in the patient.
Gestanin side effects
Gestanin extremely rarely causes any serious side effects that will warrant immediate discontinuation of the regimen and consultations with yoru doctor. These severe side effects of Gestanin include: migraines that get worse, sudden loss of vision, either complete or partial, altered menstrual cycles, depression, swelling of the extremities, fever, skin rash. These are signs that your body is not responding to Gestanin very well. There are some other side effects that are more common, but which warrant no special attention as they will go away on their own. These include: changes in libido, swollen or tender breasts, irregular menstrual bleeding, upset stomach, weight and appetite change, headaches, mild fatigue, change in hair growth.
If, for any reason, too much Gestanin is ingested and an overdose is suspected, seek emergency medical assistance.
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