Norethisterone tablets is a prescription drug that is used to delay the period for up to 2 weeks. Taking tablets should be started about 3 days before the anticipated date of menstruation. Bleeding shall occur approximately 3 days after cessation of treatment.
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Information on Norethisterone
Norethisterone tablets is a hormonal medicine that is primarily used to delay the monthly bleeding. It is also used to treat menstrual disorders. Its active ingredient is norethisterone, which is the equivalent of progestagen – hormone naturally existing in the body of every woman. In order to delay the period, you should start taking tablets about 3 days before your expected menstruation. One tablet should be taken three times a day, but not longer than for 2 weeks. Menstruation should occur about 3 days after cessation of treatment. Active Ingredients: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Norethisterone
Why is Norethisterone taken
Norethisterone is taken in order to:
• a delay of menstruation
• relieve the symptoms of premenstrual tension,
• reduction of the abundance of bleeding.
• treatment of endometriosis
• treatment of breast cancer
Dosage depends on the purpose of use. The dose is determined individually. Please read the leaflet included in the package prior starting to take this medicine.
How does Norethisterone work
In the natural cycle, the period begins after the exfoliation of the uterus lining, which is excreted with bleeding. After taking Norethisterone, the cells of mucosa are still developing and they are not exfoliated. Norethisteron mimics the action of progesterone. If the egg is not fertilized, the amount of this hormone decreases, giving the signal to exfoliate the accumulated mucosa. But before that happens, Norethisteron begins to mimic its actions, maintaining the pre-menstruation condition.
Who should not take Norethisterone
This medicine should not be taken by patients who:
- suffer from liver diseases
- are pregnant or suspect it
- have undiagnosed vaginal bleedings of unknown cause
- have breast, liver, ovary, ovarian, vaginal or cervical cancer
- suffer from porphyria or jaundice
- have ever had thrombosis
- are allergic to any ingredient of this medicine.
- Also tell your doctor if you have experienced ailments such as epilepsy, depression, asthma, migraine, diabetes, kidney
- diseases, ovarian cysts, hypertension, cardiac diseases.
How to use Norethisterone
Norethisterone tablets should be taken 3 days before menstruation. You should take one tablet three times a day at regular time, with a glass of water. Norethisterone cannot be used longer than for two weeks. Bleeding should occur about 2-3 days after cessation of treatment with this pills. In case of missing a dose, take it as soon as possible. However, do not take two tablets at a time to make up for the skipped dose.
This medicine cannot be used by patients taking hormonal contraception.
Norethisterone side effects
Like all medicines, Norethisterone can also cause side effects. The most common include: acne, skin discoloration, hair loss, abdominal pain, stomach problems, menstrual disorders, changes of libido, mid-cycle spotting, fluid retention, headaches, sleepiness, weight gain, depression, change of appetite, fever, nervousness, feeling tired and also dizziness.
In very rare cases, serious side effects may occur, such as allergic reactions, thrombosis, jaundice, migraines, and increase of blood pressure.
Contact your doctor if you have any unsettling symptoms. For a full list of side effects, see the leaflet included in the package.
Taking Norethisterone with other medicines
Norethisterone cannot be used concurrently with certain medicines. Please provide your doctor with the information on all medicines that you take, including non-prescription ones.
Increased caution should be maintained mainly with the following medicines:
- Glibenklamid (antidiabetic medicine)
- epilepsy medicines
- Perforate St John’s wort
- tuberculosis medicines
- Blood thinning drugs
- Certain medicines for hypertension
- Nevirapine, nelfinavir, amprenavir
- Parkinson medicines
- Please read the full list enclosed in the leaflet included in the package.