Drugs Given By Obstetricians When Promil?
Hello I’m promil. After the examination I was given genoclom drugs, natto 10, dexamethason 0.5 mg, and aspilet. Each function is not notified. I have searched Google for what functions other than genoclom. Nothing related to promil other than genoclom as far as I know. Please help explain to me because the doctor yesterday was less communicative. thank you
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Genoclom is a drug used to increase fertility in women and men. This drug contains clomiphene citrate. In women, the drug works by stimulating gonadotropins, the FSH hormone, and the LH hormone, which can help ripen ovarian follicles (egg cells in the ovaries). So that it can stimulate ovulation (release of eggs by the ovaries). In most cases of difficulty getting pregnant, due to the absence or irregular ovulation process occurs. Therefore, this drug is widely used for women undergoing pregnancy programs.
Dexamethasone is a corticosteroid class of drugs used to treat inflammation by suppressing the work of the immune system. Aside from being an anti-inflammatory (anti-inflammatory) drug, dexamethasone is often used by doctors for patients undergoing pregnancy programs. Because this drug can help the drug clomiphen (or genoclom) in inducing ovulation (release of eggs by the ovaries).
Natto-10 is a food supplement containing Nattokinase NSK II 100 mg and Coenzyme Q10 30 mg. This supplement serves to prevent the occurrence of blood vessel blockage in blood viscosity due to high blood sugar levels and bad fats in the blood. And aspilet is a drug that contains acetylsalicylic acid. This drug is basically used to reduce fever, relieve headaches, toothaches, and muscle aches. However, it is also used as a blood thinner. Well, as for the use of these 2 types of drugs in undergoing a pregnancy program is because many cases of recurrent miscarriages are found due to blood viscosity. The condition of thick blood becomes a barrier until the arrival of maternal blood to the embryo of the fetus or fetus. So that it does not develop or miscarry. That is why women who undergo a pregnant program are also given blood thinning drugs and supplements.
To be clearer and more certain, you should ask the doctor who prescribed it actively again. Of course he knows more about the reasons for giving these medicines to you. You should also ask about what is the cause of your difficult pregnancy. The doctor who performs a direct examination on you certainly already knows the possible cause.
Thus hopefully useful.