Prometrium is a type of female hormone progestin. This medication is similar to the progesterone which our body naturally makes and is usually given in conditions when our body is not making enough of it. In women who are not pregnant and are not in menopause, this medication is used to restore normal menstrual periods which have stopped for several months. It is important to confirm if this bleeding is due to your periods or some other cause like an early sign of pregnancy, hormonal imbalances or some other cause. It is suggested to consult your gynecologist and discuss your concerns. A complete medical history and evaluation will be helpful in deciding if you can start Prometrium under such situation.
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