Susten 300 Soft Gelatin Capsule
Susten 300 Capsule is obtained from plant sources and has a similar action to the female hormone, progesterone. It is used to correct menstrual disorders caused due to a deficiency of this hormone in the body. It is also used as a component in hormone replacement therapy and for maintenance of early pregnancy under specific circumstances.
Susten 300 Soft Gelatin Capsule is a medication that is used in hormone replacement therapy. This means that it is orally administered into women’s bodies when they do not produce enough progesterone. It reduces menopause symptoms and the risk of cancer of the uterus. It corrects menstrual disorders in women and can also be used as contraception. Susten 300 Soft Gelatin Capsule, belonging to a group of medications called Progestins, works by inducing some changes in endometrium and decreasing the level of estrogen in the uterus.
Drug = Natural Micronised Progesterone
Strength = 300 Mg
Manufacturer = Serum Institute of India Ltd.
Take Susten 300 Capsule as prescribed by the doctor. Follow all dosing instruction mentioned on the label. It is advised to take this medicine at bedtime with sufficient quantity of water. Do not take this medicine for durations shorter or longer than recommended by your doctor. You are advised to regularly examine your breasts for the presence of lumps while using this medicine.
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Loss of vision or blurred vision
Unexpected vaginal bleeding
Swelling of face, lips, eyelids, tongue, hands and feet
Constipation or diarrhea
Nausea or Vomiting
Hair loss or thinning of the hair
Vision abnormalities: Use of Susten 300 can cause blurring of vision and other effects on the eye like proptosis, diplopia etc. Patients should be carefully examined to confirm if they can safely use this medicine. Any side effects like blurred vision, excessive drying of eyes should be reported to the doctor.
Other medicine: Susten 300 can interact with a large number of medicines and hence it is recommended to report the use of all medicines including supplements and herbs to the doctor. The vaginal form of Susten 300 should be used with other gels or ointments after a sufficient time gap.
Liver disease: Susten 300 should be used with caution in patients having a liver disease or an impairment of normal liver function.
Peanut allergy: Susten 300 is not recommended for use if you have a known history of allergy to peanuts.
Use during pregnancy: Susten 300 should be used during pregnancy only when advised by the consulting doctor and the clinical evidence points towards a deficiency of luteal progesterone hormone during the early stages.
Susten 300 is used along with estrogen in women who have achieved menopause, but haven't undergone a surgery to remove the uterus (hysterectomy).
Susten 300 is used to treat absence of menstruation in women of childbearing potential due to a lack of progesterone in their body.
Susten 300 is also used to treat abnormal bleeding from the vagina due to changes in hormone levels but are not caused by a pregnancy or miscarriage.