What is Lutinus (Progesterone) used for?
Lutinus is prescribed to increase luteal support in cases of assisted reproduction. Lutiun is a vaginal tablet containing 100mg progesterone.
How should I use Lutinus (Progesterone)?
Lutinus treatment begins when eggs are retrieved. Treatment consists of three tablets daily, each inserted into the vagina. Treatment with Lutinus usually continues for thirty days after pregnancy has been confirmed.
What are the side effects of Lutinus (Progesterone)?
Possible common side effects you may experience when taking Lutinus are:
- abdominal pain and/or distention
- uterine spasm
Less common side effects include:
- vulvovaginal disorders
- vaginal mycosis
- breast disorders
- genital pruritus
- peripheral odema
Lutinus is used for only a small specific set of medical circumstances. It is not recommended for everybody. Some cases where Lutinus will not be suitable include:
- if you have had a know missed abortion or eptopic pregnancy
- if you have had undiagnosed vaginal bleeding
- if know have known or suspected breast cancer or genital tract cancer
- if you have past or current venous thromboembolism or severe thrombophlebitis
- if you suffer from sever hepatic disease or dysfunction
- if you are hypersensitive to progesterone, or any of the tablet excipients (Silica, hydrophobic colloidal, Lactose monohydrate, Pregelatiniszed maize starch, Povidone K29/32, Adipic acid, Sodium hydrogen carbonate, Sodium laurilsulfate, Magnesium stearate)
- if you have or have had porphyria