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Allylestrenol

US Brand Name Gestin
Generic Name Allylestrenol
Other Brand Name Gestin
Packing 10
Manufacturer Walter-Bushnell
Form Tablet
Strength 5 mg
Country India

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Drug Descriptions

Allylestrenol Tablet is a progestogen structurally related to progesterone. This drug is applied in threatened and habitual miscarriage, and to avoid premature labor. On the other hand, with the exclusion of proven progesterone deficiency, it is usually not longer suggested.

Steps Before Using Allylestrenol

Certain medicines or medical conditions may interact with these tablets. Inform your health care provider or pharmacist of all prescription and over-the-counter drug that you are using. You should not start or stop any drug without doctor or pharmacist approval. Make contact with your doctor or pharmacist if you have any questions about using this tablet.

Directions

Go through the proper phase of instructions for using this medicine provided by your doctor. Your doctor will determine the right dosage amount or you. For adult, the dosage amount is PO 5 mg 3 times/day for 5-7 days. This drug may be used with or without food. You can take it with meals if GI upset occurs.)

Special Precautions

Seek advice from your doctor if you have migraine, cardiac or renal dysfunction, epilepsy, and asthma.

Stop taking allylestrenol if there is proptosis or diplopia; sudden partial or complete loss of vision, migraine, epilepsy, and embolic disorders; asthma, glucose tolerance, a history of depression, cardiac or renal dysfunction, and diabetic patients. The patient should not drive or operate machinery. Abstain from sudden withdrawal of allylestrenol as it causes intermittent breakthrough bleeding; lactation.

This drug should not be shared with others for whom it was not prescribed. Do not use these tablets for other health problems. You need to store this medicine out of the reach of children and pets. If using this medicine for a longer period of time, purchase refills before your supply finish.

Possible Side Effects

Like any other drugs, Allylestrenol Tablet may also cause certain side effects. It has caused some gastrointestinal complaints like vomiting, nausea, epigastric discomfort. There are also serious side effects associated with this drug such as: appetite/weight change; GI disturbances, changes in libido, fluid retention, acnes, oedema; skin rash, depression, urticaria; headache, fatigue; fever, hirsutism, breast changes, altered menstrual cycles or irregular menstrual bleeding (rare).

Overdose

If you take an excess dose unknowingly, make contact with your local poison control center or emergency room without delay. Symptoms of overdose are unusual muscle movement, unusual drowsiness; fainting; rapid pulse; rigidity of the neck, face, or limbs; loss of consciousness and seizures.

Drug Interactions

Drug interactions can bring about many unwanted side effects or avoid a drug from doing its job. Some medication or medical conditions may have adverse interaction with this medication. Notify your doctor or pharmacist of all prescription and over-the-counter medicine that you are taking. A few of these drugs may include improved clearance with enzyme-inducing drugs e.g. carbamazepine, phenobarbital, griseofulvin, phenytoin and rifampicin. Ketoconazole may enhance bioavailability of progesterone.

Potentially Fatal :

Increased ciclosporin concentration.

Contraindications

Allylestrenol should be avoided in patients having hypersensitivity to the element of this drug; thrombophleobitis; incomplete abortion, undiagnosed vaginal bleeding, cerebral apoplexy, hormone-dependent carcinoma, as a diagnostic test for pregnancy; pregnancy and severe hepatic impairment.