Rules Of Taking Medication For Hormones?
I am 29 years old and have regular checkups for hormonal disorders. I was given mediol medicine but I didn’t have my period. Because I drank not according to the hour. And lastly I checked again, I was given Esthero medicine which is taken once a day and Phrotyra is also taken once after 16 days of drinking Esthero. And that’s at minm every 9 hours at night. Should I drink it together because I have been drinking for 18 days. And estheto there are 28 days but I was given a documentary note that I should drink until the 25th day, what should I drink in the last 3 days? Thanks doctor
Good afternoon, thanks for asking at HealthReplies.com. Hormones, especially for women, are very important components because hormones affect many things. Blood sugar levels, blood pressure, growth, heart rate, sweating, weight gain and much more, all regulated by hormones. Looking at the medication your doctor has given you, we suspect that the hormonal disorder in question is female hormones. Among the conditions that can occur if female hormones are disturbed are:
The appearance of a lump in the breast
Bleeding outside the menstrual cycle
This can be caused by various things, ranging from abnormalities in the hormone centers in the ovaries and brain, the use of hormonal contraceptives, to those that are still unknown or idiopathic. The medicine your doctor has given you contains the hormones estrogen and progesterone, and the dosage varies depending on your disease.
Regarding your question, so far no research has shown that taking the two drugs together will cause any adverse effects. So if that is what your doctor recommends, or if you are worried that you will forget to take them separately, it is okay to take the medicine together. Likewise for drugs that are planned to be consumed for 25 days, even though there are 3 drugs left, you should still finish taking the drug on the 25th day as recommended by your doctor.
However, due to a lack of information regarding your illness, we could not be of further assistance. Our advice, reconfirm the doctor who treats you about the rules of use. Or if you experience certain symptoms such as dizziness, nausea, vomiting, appearing red spots or so on, consult a doctor immediately even though the control schedule has not yet been controlled.
Meanwhile, maintain a healthy lifestyle by exercising regularly, avoiding stress, getting enough sleep, eating nutrient-rich foods such as vegetables and fruit, and avoiding cigarette smoke. We wish you and your family good health.
That's all, hope it helps.
dr. Amadeo D. Basfiansa