Norethisterone

Norethisterone is  an effective Period Delay Treatment and it is also indicated for use in a range of menstrual disorders. It contains the ingredient norethisterone, a synthetic hormone which performs a similar function to progesterone. It is used to treat irregular periods, painful menstruation, premenstrual syndrome and endometriosis.

Norethisterone 5mg Tablets

Norethisterone 5mg Tablets

Due to the ability of Norethisterone to artificially maintain the level of progesterone in the body, the lining of the womb is prevented from shedding.

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How Norethisterone works?

Due to the ability of Norethisterone to artificially maintain the level of progesterone in the body, the lining of the womb is prevented from shedding.

The lining of the womb is sustained by Progesterone. Under normal circumstances, the progesterone level in your body drops prior to your period i.e. the menstrual period begins when the progesterone level drops to a certain point and the lining of the womb is shed. Norethisterone is synthetic kind of progesterone. The lining of the womb is sustained by period-delay tablets until the tablet usage is halted.

Norethisterone mimics the effects of your natural progesterone and so can help regulate the healthy growth and normal shedding of the womb lining. Norethisterone is the active ingredient in Norethisterone Tablets. It is a kind of progestogen which is sex hormones for females. The female sex hormone which is produced by the body is mimicked by this drug. Various kinds of complications in the menstrual cycle can be handled by this medication. Some of which include:

  • painful menstrual periods
  • continuous, heavy or abnormal bleeding from the uterus (womb) not related to a period
  • pre-menstrual symptoms (such as changed behaviour before a period is due, breast discomfort, migraine, water retention or headache)
  • heavy bleeding during a period
  • Norethisterone Tablets 5mg are can be used to postpone the onset of menstruation for special circumstances, such as if travelling, taking part in buinsess or sporting event.
  • endometriosis
  • can be used in advanced breast cancer
Norethisterone is usually taken on selected days during the menstrual cycle, depending upon the disorder that is being treated.To get 17 days of period delay, Norethisterone should be taken for up to 20 days. The drug usage should be started 3 days before the expected beginning of the menstrual period, after which you may decide to use it for as long as you wish within the next 17 days.

Take one tablet three times a day starting three days before your next period is due. Norethisterone should be taken for no longer than 20 days. If you are ordering this medicine for home delivery, please keep in mind that you need to begin the course three days before your period is due.

There is usually a 2 to 3 days menstrual bleed upon conclusion of the dosage; however, you are to continue using the drug until your doctor tells you otherwise. Be sure you are not pregnant before taking more if you do not have a period.

  • have ever had a heart attack or suffer from angina
  • are allergic to norethisterone or any similar hormone
  • have severe itching called pruritus
  • have liver problems
  • have a family history of blood clots or have had a blood clot in the past
  • have ever had an itchy rash called pemphigoid gestationis or jaundice while pregnant
  • are pregnant or breastfeeding
Norethisterone can have side-effects when used for period delay, but this is a rare scenario. You may experience bloating, fatigue, headache dizziness, lack of interest in sex, breast tenderness, nausea, changes in weight, skin reactions, feeling depressed, breast tenderness, feeling tired or difficulty sleeping.
If you notice one or more of these symptoms, quit using the drug and seek medical help immediately:
• Any disturbances of your vision or hearing.
• Jaundice
• Any unusually severe headaches.
• Any feeling of pain and tightness in your chest.
You should inform your prescriber if you are already using some other drugs. Norethisterone may not be combined with some other drugs. Particularly, Norethisterone should not be used if you are taking the combined contraceptive pill. Consult your doctor if you are not sure of the drugs you can use with this drug.

Consult your doctor before taking Norethisterone if you regularly take medication for any of the following:

  • Antibiotic medicines to treat infections (e.g. co-trimoxazole, rifampicin, tetracyclines)
  • Medicines for high blood pressure
  • Medicines to treat epilepsy (e.g. phenytoin, carbamazepine)
  • Antiviral medicines to treat HIV (e.g. ritonavir, nelfinavir)
  • Herbal medicines which contain St John’s Wort (Hypericum perforatum)
  • Anticancer medicines
  • Ciclosporin
  • Aminoglutethimide, sometimes used in Cushing’s syndrome
  • Non-steroidal inflammatory drugs (NSAIDs)
Seek the advice of your doctor before using this drug if you are planning to become pregnant soon, already pregnant or if you are a breastfeeding mother. Otherwise, DO NOT use this medicine.
Be extremely careful when it comes to the usage of Norethisterone. Consult your doctor to make sure you can use the drug. To buy Norethisterone through the internet, you will have to fill out a form and wait for the approval of our doctor. Your order will be processed based on your online your qualification to use the drug and within a time frame of 24 hours after confirmation, you will receive a home delivery of the drug in discreet packaging.

Medical Advice

Please refer to the articles below to find out more information, medical guidance and advice from our doctors on how to best treat the condition. Learn about available treatments, symptoms, side effects and what you can do to prevent it.

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