I had 4 miscarriages at various stages in the first trimester over the course of 3 years. One of the best fertility clinics in the U.S. couldn't find a cause. With my 5th & 6th pregnancies, I used the progesterone suppositories as prescribed by my fertility doctor from about 4-1/2 weeks thru 12 weeks and had two healthy full-term pregnancies with healthy babies. This was over 5 years ago. My current physician says progesterone use doesn't make a difference in the viability of a pregnancy but would put me back on it if I were to get pregnant again for peace of mind. The suppositories cause a lot of discharge so a panty liner may be necessary when using this product. I had no other side effects besides that.
These cause pregnancy symptoms, have made my breaststroke extremely painful & cause a lot of discharge, however, if they help with implantation & pregnancy it is definitely worth it!
I am sure once I get pregnant I will appreciate the med, however while ttc I was advised to take vaginal suppositories daily and it causes pregnancy symptoms. sore breasts, aches from my ovaries, bloating, exhaustion, and insomnia.
Messy but have helped me stay pregnant.
Not a big deal to use these and it's definitely worth it. I think it's the only reason I'm still pregnant. So thankful.
Have to keep these in the fridge and use them at night but they work. Also gets a little runny so it's a good idea to wear liners!
A specialty pharmacy can distribute prescription medications that are either high cost, high complexity, or require more instruction to administer. Most medications for fertility procedures must be purchased from a specialty pharmacy.
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