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Prometrium (Progesterone) regulates menstrual cycles, treats heavy bleeding, and prevents thickening of the uterus.
- Helps to regulate your menstrual cycle.
- Relives pain from endometriosis.
- Lowers the risk of uterine cancer when used with estrogen in women with an intact uterus.
- Available as a capsule or an injection, so you can choose what works best for you.
- Prometrium (Progesterone) capsules contain peanut oil, so you can't take it if you're allergic to peanuts.
- Prometrium (Progesterone) can cause serious birth defects in babies, so you can't take Prometrium (Progesterone) if you’re pregnant or breast-feeding.
- Increases your risk of blood clots.
- Prevention of uterine cancer in women taking estrogen
- Abnormal uterine bleeding
- Endometriosis Fibrocystic breast changes Hereditary angioedema
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Personal or family history of breast cancer
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