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Utovlan belongs to a class of medicines known as 'progestogens. Progestogens can affect a woman's menstrual cycle and are similar to natural progesterone.
Utovlan can help women manage their periods, especially for those who have irregular or painful periods.
You can also use it to treat premenstrual stress (PMT) and delay your next period for holidays. Utovlan is also effective in treating serious conditions such as endometriosis or breast cancer. It's a multi-use drug that is highly effective.
Your condition and response to medicine will determine the recommended dosage. You should not take more than you need, and should notify your doctor immediately if you take more than you are recommended. You should remember to take your Utovlan every day. To make up for the lost one, do not take more than the prescribed dose.
You should consult your doctor if you don't have a period following a Utovlan course.
You will normally take one tablet three times per day for heavy bleeding and other issues with your period.
Premenstrual tension is usually treated with 1 tablet per day for 10 days.
You will normally take one tablet three times per day for endometriosis.
You will normally take 8 tablets per day for breast cancer. However, it is possible to take up to 12.
You will normally take one tablet three times per day to delay your period. It is usually 3 days before your period begins.
Allergy symptoms include wheezing, difficulty in breathing, feeling faint, swelling on the face or tongue, swelling at the hands or feet, and itchy skin;
A blood clot in the lungs including severe pain in your chest, coughing, rapid heartbeat, or sudden shortness of breathing;
Stroke: a blood clot in your brain, it may cause a severe headache or prolonged headache, or may affect your ability to see, speak, faint, or feel numb;
Deep-vein thrombosis causing severe pain, swelling, and discolouration in the calf, ankle, and foot or skin; and
jaundice (yellowing or whitening of the skin) or migraine headaches while taking Utovlan.
Utovlan may cause side effects on the reproductive system, breasts, nervous systems, stomach and intestines, metabolism, heart, circulation, skin, and hair. Refer to the leaflet for more information about side effects.
Consult your doctor before taking Utovlan if any of the following applies to you:
you are allergic to any of the ingredients of this medicine or to any other similar medicine;
you experience symptoms such as wheezing, swelling of the face, tongue or throat, intense itching or severe skin rashes with previous treatment;
you are pregnant, trying to be pregnant or breastfeeding;
you experience any unexplained vaginal bleeding for which your doctor could not find a cause;
you have a family history of blood clots, including deep vein thrombosis;
you have or had a heart attack or angina;
you are taking any prescription, non-prescription or herbal medicine; or
you have diabetes, heart failure, kidney disorder or liver disorder.
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