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Is difficulty with swallowing a side effect of progesterone?

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. It is happening usually around menses. I first noticed it in November 2014. I did begin taking Progesterone and Armour back then. Could it be a side effect or an automimmune response? Any treatment suggested? ...

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My doc has me on progesterone and testosterone cream for perimenopause,..what are the risks associated with them? ...

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I started taking progesterone and for the first time in my life. For some reason, I became unable ... my dosage. These symptoms began after about 2 days of taking progesterone, and became worse with each ...

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I want an honest answer and not one to scare me.I swallowed a piece of chewing gum lying down on my side.Why was it difficult to swallow this chewing gum lying down on my side?.Is it okay to swallow ...

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As per advice we have purchased following Medicine but ut is not for oral use . Can you please confirm how do we administered it and what are the use. Hope it wont have any side effects. ...

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I am a 67yr old woman, and started to use over the counter progesterone cream. I have noticed ..., and having difficulty sleeping at nights. I have been using this cream for 2 months. I had a partial ...

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what benefits does taking progesterone tablets have when you first find out your pregnant.?My doctor has taken my blood for HCG levels and progesterone levels today.Can it cause harm if you take ...

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to have any more children. I talked to my doctor and she recommended Mirena. I see Mirena has progesterone. What are the side effects of progesterone? ...

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progestron capsule 2 use in vagina ... is there any side effects in using that.. i feel bloating and pain ...

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What are the side effects of taking hormonal drugs to control frequent, irregular heavy bleeding? ...

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) Please advise for which purpose, this drug might have been prescribed, and side effects, if any ...By my lady Gyneacologist, I am advised to use Progesterone (Trade Name Susten 200) soft geletin ...

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the baby heartbeat. It was strong. I just want to know is the spotting a side of the effect ...

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(sub) and susten tablet vaginally. Is there any side effects for this synthetic progestrone tablets and also ...

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My Significant other is pregnant and was prescribed Progesterone. She left a pill out and i took it thinking it was allergy medicine. After research i found out that Progesterone is actually good for dieting ...

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. Dr has put me on oral progesterone. I am worried about the side effects of this. And how long ...

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doctor1 MD

It depends on the diagnosis. Some people would require creams and some require oral pills. So it is not complete whether what was the diagnosis.

doctor1 MD

Clomid is an ovulation inducer helpful for those who have difficulties in conceiving. For best results, you need to undergo complete evaluation - FSH, LH, AMH along with follicular scans before trying pills. Visit an infertility specialist and plan the treatment. Regards

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Hi, Thank you for posting your query. Progesterone is totally safe in pregnancy so there is no need to worry. Best wishes, Dr Sudhir Kumar MD DM