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Dydrogesterone – Painless Menopause Treatment

Dydrogesterone is a synthetic form of the hormone progesterone used to manage menopause. It reduces hot flashes, night sweats, and other symptoms of menopause by balancing your body’s levels of estrogen and progesterone. Dydrogesterone also treats endometrial hyperplasia by decreasing the thickness of the endometrium (uterine lining) while simultaneously increasing menstrual blood flow. This helps keep the endometrium from growing abnormally and prevents uterine cancer. Read on to learn more about dydrogesterone as a menopause treatment, its potential side effects and how it works as a natural remedy for managing menopause symptoms.

What is Dydrogesterone?

Dydrogesterone is a synthetic form of the hormone progesterone. For this reason, it can be used as a progesterone replacement therapy (PRT) to treat menopause symptoms. Dydrogesterone is the generic name for the brand name drug Duphaston (a progesterone receptor modulator or agonist). It is used to manage menopause, including the symptoms of hot flashes, night sweats, mood swings, joint aches and vaginal dryness. Dydrogesterone can also treat severe endometrial hyperplasia in women who are not responding to hormone replacement therapy.

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Dydrogesterone (progesterone 10mg) Tablets Dydrogesterone is a synthetic progestogen drug which is used in the treatment of various conditions such ...
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How does Dydrogesterone work?

Dydrogesterone is a synthetic progestin (a synthetic form of progesterone) that works as an agonist on progesterone receptors in the body. This causes your body to naturally produce more progesterone, which helps to manage the symptoms of menopause. Dydrogesterone is used to treat endometrial hyperplasia by decreasing the thickness of the endometrium (uterine lining) while simultaneously increasing menstrual blood flow. This helps keep the endometrium from growing abnormally and prevents uterine cancer.

Dydrogesterone for hot flashes, night sweats and other menopause symptoms

Dydrogesterone for hot flashes, night sweats and other menopause symptoms occurs when the body is not producing enough progesterone. Dydrogesterone can help bring your body’s hormones back into balance to relieve these and other menopause symptoms. Dydrogesterone is used to treat menopausal symptoms such as hot flashes, night sweats, mood swings, joint aches, vaginal dryness, and others. Dydrogesterone is also prescribed to prevent uterine hyperplasia.

Dydrogesterone to treat endometrial hyperplasia

Dydrogesterone to treat endometrial hyperplasia occurs when the endometrium (lining of the uterus) is too thick. This condition is called endometrial hyperplasia and can lead to uterine cancer. Dydrogesterone is used to treat severe endometrial hyperplasia by decreasing the thickness of the endometrium (uterine lining) while simultaneously increasing menstrual blood flow. This helps keep the endometrium from growing abnormally and prevents uterine cancer. Dydrogesterone to treat endometrial hyperplasia usually takes about two months to reduce the thickness of the endometrium enough to stop the progression of the condition.

Side effects of dydrogesterone treatment

Although rare, side effects of dydrogesterone treatment may include nausea, breast tenderness, abdominal cramps, lower back pain, headache, or fatigue. Dydrogesterone may increase the risk of blood clots, so women taking this medicine should be careful to avoid risk factors such as smoking, obesity, pregnancy, or an inherited risk of blood clots. Dydrogesterone is not recommended for women with an existing blood clotting disorder.

Dydrogesterone is a synthetic form of progesterone used to manage menopause. It reduces hot flashes, night sweats, and other symptoms of menopause by balancing your body’s levels of estrogen and progesterone. It can also treat severe endometrial hyperplasia by decreasing the thickness of the endometrium while simultaneously increasing menstrual blood flow. Dydrogesterone can also treat endometrial hyperplasia by decreasing the thickness of the endometrium while simultaneously increasing menstrual blood flow. Side effects of dydrogesterone treatment may include nausea, breast tenderness, abdominal cramps, or lower back pain.

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