What is the dosage of progyluton tablet and what are the side effect?
I have been advised to take Progyluton (only brown)1 tablet for 10 days to get the period. For me period has stopped since 6 months as I am 48 years old now. It looks like I am going towards Manopause. If I start to take Progyluton from today and if I get period with 3,4 tablets only then do i...
Will the follicle mature due to intake of Progyluton ?
on my 8th day of period(03.06.2012) one follicle size was 1.3, then my doctor prescribed me to take Progyluton (white tablets) 3 daily after food, then she asked me to come and scan on 7th June. now follicle size was 1.7, then she asked to come & scan on 9the june . i went there & scan now its...
Does progyluton taken for period problem cause weight gain ?
progyluton is it true that it can cause weight gain . I am 1.5 year post-bypass patient. Age: 23 and single. Height: 1.70 mtrs. Weight: 111kg Am on 1200 calories diet and my weight is increasing since i have been taken progyluton for 20 days now. I have problem with my period. I have my period...
how many tablets misfortune 200 use in avoid pregnancy
Usually required number is 3.
I used a pesticide bomb in my basement at 2:00 yesterday afternoon. when it safe for my newborn to return to my basement?
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It depends upon the nature odd pesticide used , as if aluminium phosphide , you have to wait till gas evaporate, if monocrotophos than 72 hours, if fenwal at once you can go.
Hai doctor i would like to know about the side effects of torvate 200 tablet.
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Following are the side effects of Torvate(Sodium Valproic acid) which is a anti-convulsant drug
Body as a Whole - Headache, weakness and fever.
Gastrointestinal - Nausea, vomiting, abdominal pain, diarrhea, loss of appetite, indigestion, heartburn and constipation.
Central Nervous System - Drowsiness, tremor, dizziness, blurred vision, incoordination
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