What Is The Dosage And Use Of Medroxyprogesterone Drugs To Treat Menstrual Delay At 37 Years Old?
Tonight, I’m a 37-year-old woman. The last menstrual period is January 4, 2019. I am a doctor because I am not menstruating and not pregnant. The doctor prescribed a 10mg provera. I started taking Provera on February 19, 2019 at a dose of 1x a day. On the 4th day of drinking Provera, brownish spots appeared but there was no blood pressure. My doctor said that when menstruation, drinking, the procedure is stopped. But I am not sure if these spots are signs of menstruation or spotting. Please enlighten me. thanks.
Late menstruation can occur due to several factors ranging from extreme decrease or increase in body weight, excess body weight, stress, heavy physical activity, use of contraceptives, polycystic ovary syndrome, or other health problems such as thyroid disorders, uncontrolled diabetes and the other. In conditions that you experience need to look for what conditions can trigger the onset of late menstruation, try to manage stress well, meet the needs of rest, maintain ideal body weight, eat nutritious foods and also pay attention to whether the menstrual cycle is normal or not.
If you do not experience menstruation for 90 days or more, this condition is called amenorrhea, where this condition needs to be watched out because it can also be caused by female sex hormones that are produced in less or less so that the treatment is one of them by administering additional hormone drugs. Additional hormone drugs themselves one of which is the hormone progestin yaitumedroksiprogesterone acetate as consumed today. The use of medroxyprogesterone itself is once a day for 5-10 days and bleeding can occur 3-7 days after stopping taking the drug. For that, keep consuming the medicine that has been given by the doctor in accordance with the recommendations and do the re-examination after the treatment is finished or if you haven't had your period after 3-7 days and stop taking the medicine.
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