Gestin (Allylestrenol) - 5mg (10 Tablets)

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  • General Info
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  • Dosage
  • Side effects
  • Precautions

Brand Name : Gestin

Generic Name: Allylestrenol |

Manufacturer : Martin & Harris

About Gestin: Gestin (Allylestrenol) - 5mg is a synthetic progestogen used in the treatment of unwanted conditions in pregnant women. The medicinal tablet is a known treatment for; pregnancy complications, premature labour, threatened abortion, threatened miscarriage, recurrent pregnancy loss and benign prostatic hyperplasia in men. Each Gestin tablet contains 5 milligrams of Allylestrenol which is the active component in the drug. The drug works similarly to the progesterone in the body. It links with progesterone and estrogen receptors targeting the female reproductive system, the hypothalamus, and pituitary gland. They act by reducing the amount and rate which gonadotrophin and pre-ovulatory luteinizing hormone (LH) are produced preventing miscarriages and pregnancy loss. The drug also protects the embryo and maintains the conditions necessary for healthy growth. It also plays a part in the growth of mammary tissue to help prepare the body for breast feeding.

How to use Gestin

Gestin (Allylestrenol) 5mg is a medicinal tablet that is administered orally with a glass of water. The drug can be taken before or after meals, but patients are recommended to see a doctor to instruct on how best to take the medication. When administering, the tablet should not be crushed, broken or dissolved in water; it should be taken whole in order for it to be absorbed appropriately into the body. Patients are discouraged from increasing the prescribed dosage for maximum effects since this might cause unwanted side effects.

Gestin Dosage

Patients should see a doctor to get a prescription on how to use Gestin (Allylestrenol) tablets. Since the drug is used in the treatment of multiple conditions, patients are advised against self-medication because the drug might not work as assumed. If a patient misses a dose, they should take it as soon as they remember to prevent disrupting the prescription. In the event of an overdose, individuals should contact a doctor as soon as possible to prevent any potential risks that might be posed.

Gestin Side Effects

Possible side effects may occur after using Gestin (Allylestrenol) tablets. They include the following; gastrointestinal pains, dizziness, fatigue, headache, change in libido, depression rashes on the skin, edema, fluid retention. Although these side effects don’t occur in severity, individuals are encouraged to keep in touch with a doctor if they persist or become unbearable.

Gestin Precautions

This medicine is fit for pregnant women but not breast-feeding mothers, this is because it may affect the infant through the parent. Patients with renal impairment should take caution when using this drug since it may affect their condition. They are advised to see a doctor to instruct on how best to take the medication. If patients experience loss of vision, they should stop taking the medication immediately and contact a doctor. This drug is not recommended for children under the age of 16 since the safety of the drug is not assured. Using this drug may cause dizziness, and so individuals are discouraged from operating heavy machinery or driving which requires mental alertness.