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Treating PMS with Progesterone

Progesterone is most often prescribed for treating premenstrual syndrome (PMS) in 200 mg and 400 mg pessary form. A pessary is a form of suppository that may be used most commonly with the vagina and sometimes with the anus. It is most often used vaginally and should only be used as such if you suffer from constipation or colitis. Apply this medication gradually if using a contraceptive sponge, diaphragm or if you A pessary ring.A pessary ring.have cystitis or a vaginal infection. The pessary dissolves quickly and is absorbed into the body allowing for a medium absorption rate and a good time of relief. Progesterone is a hormone that occurs naturally in the body and so there’s no need to worry about unnatural side effects for the most part however you should always speak to your physician if you are experiencing trouble. Progesterone must be taken at a particular time in the menstrual cycle and for certain number of days thereafter. Please consult your doctor source to use the treatment properly.

As with any medication it is essential that you speak to your doctor before taking this and only using it after getting a proper prescription. This article is only for the purpose of providing general informative matter on the subject.

by admin on Tue, 12/08/2009 - 21:01


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