the threat of termination :





1 tablet examined contains 10 mg of dydrogesterone.

Pharmacological properties:

dydrogesterone largely corresponds to the action of progesterone; the drug reduces anxiety and airway muscles uterus and fallopian tubes. Didrogesteron does not cause the androgenic, estrogenic or corticoid side effects, has no virilizing or masculinizing action. In therapeutic doses does not manifest itself gonadotropic effect of the drug, ovulation is not suppressed.


habitual abortion; threatening abortion; infertility, caused by luteal insufficiency; endometriosis; menstrual irregularities; dysmenorrhea; premenstrual syndrome.


daily doses of the drug selected taking into account the clinical picture of the disease. The dose should be spread evenly during the day.

When threatened abortion — 2 tablets on the 1st reception, then 1 tablet morning and evening. If the therapeutic effect is not achieved, the dosage can be increased to 5 mg (1\2 tablets) every 8 hours. Taking Duphaston the starting dose should be continued for 1 week after disappearance of symptoms of a pathological condition. With the re-emergence of complaints immediately to continue treatment with the drug in a dose that proved effective. To cancel Duphaston should be gradual.

When abortion is prescribed 1\2 tablet 2 times a day before the 20th week of pregnancy. Then the drug is withdrawn, gradually reducing the dose.

For infertility caused by luteal insufficiency take 1\2 pill from 14 to 25 day cycle for at least 6 cycles. When pregnancy is recommended to continue therapy during the first months of pregnancy (1\2 tablet 2 times a day).

Endometriosis — 1-3 tablets a day from 5th to 25th day of cycle or continuously.

In the menstrual cycle : 1 tablet 2 times per day 11 to day 25 of the cycle; the treatment is carried out at least 5-6 cycles.

In dismenoree appoint 1\2 — 1 tablet 2 times a day from 5th to 25th day of cycle. When premenstrual syndrome 1 tablet 2 times a day from 11 to 28 day cycle.


the Dubin-Johnson syndrome, Rotor syndrome