Rules For Using Primolut N Drugs In Patients With Endometriosis Cysts?
Previously I had more than 14 days of menstruation and finally decided to go to the doctor I was given primolut N 5mg to stop menstruation but I forgot to ask if the drug should be finished or not? During the examination I was also told that there was an endometriosis cyst
Hello Ayuni, Thank you for the question.
Endometriosis is a condition of the discovery of uterine lining tissue (endometrium) outside the uterus, for example in the ovaries, fallopian tubes, vagina, intestines. The cause of the occurrence of endometriosis is not known with certainty however, some theories mention retrograde menstruation, disorders of the immune system, movement of endometrial cells through the blood or lymph system, and several other theories associated with the occurrence of endometriosis. One symptom of endometriosis is the occurrence of more or longer menstruation which is usually accompanied by menstrual pain. Primolut is a drug that contains norethisterone, which is a synthetic hormone group progesterone, which functions to treat this abnormal menstrual bleeding. You are advised to consume the drug until it runs out even though menstrual bleeding has stopped because usually the amount of medication given by a doctor has been adjusted to the condition you are experiencing. It is recommended that you go back to your obstetrician and gynecologist if you later experience the same symptoms or other symptoms such as bleeding outside menstruation, pain during intercourse, pain during urination or bowel movements, or diarrhea / constipation during menstruation.
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