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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 have continue to take Progyluton for complete 10 days. Taking Progyluton means is there any side effect? pls.i need advise
Asked On : Wed, 23 Jan 2013
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Progyluton is used as hormone replacement therapy to alleviate the many side effects associated with menopause. If you have been prescribed the drug only for induction of the period, then you can stop it once a period is attained. If, on the other hand, you have been prescribed the drug for hormone replacement, you should continue the drug as this is beneficial for climacteric symptoms. Before taking the drug, ask your doctor if you have been properly assessed for your ability to ingest the drug. Take care.
Answered: Wed, 23 Jan 2013
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