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Maxogest is prescribed to treat problems with menstruation like painful, heavy or irregular periods and even endometriosis.

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What is Maxogest?

Maxogest is a medication that’s prescribed to treat problems with menstruation. These can range from painful, heavy periods and irregular periods to endometriosis.

Maxogest contains the active ingredient Medroxyprogesterone, a synthetic form of the naturally occurring hormone progesterone, which regulates the menstrual cycle.

How does Maxogest work?

The active ingredient in Maxogest replaces the lack of the hormone progesterone in the body, which can cause the painful or problematic symptoms of the menstrual cycle. It can also regulate the growths outside the uterine wall, such as what occurs with endometriosis.

What doses of Maxogest are there?

Maxogest 10 mg tabs are the strongest option to treat problems with menstruation, but a lower dosage may be enough for you to control the symptoms. So, there are also 2.5 mg and 5 mg tablets.

Your doctor may start you on the lowest dosage and work up to a more powerful tablet if needed to lower the risk of side effects.

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How to take Maxogest

It is important that you follow the precise instructions for your specific condition to get the best results from your treatment. This means taking the right dosage at the right time and making sure that you do not miss any tablet.

Maxogest for heavy or irregular periods

Use of Maxogest tablets for periods is common for various painful and distressing symptoms. These can include heavy periods, painful periods, missed periods and irregular periods, which includes too frequent or infrequent menstruation.

Timing is key for taking Maxogest for these symptoms. Your doctor will ideally advise you to start the course 5 or 6 days before your scheduled period date and you’ll have to take it for five days in total. You should continue its use for two months at the same part of your cycle. A course of estrogen may also be required during this time if the symptoms persist.

Maxogest for endometriosis

Endometriosis is a painful condition where the lining of the womb starts to develop in areas where it should not be found. This includes the fallopian tubes and ovaries. Maxogest has been found to provide significant relief for mild to moderate cases.

Endometriosis will generally require a longer course of Maxogest 10 mg tablets than would be expected for menstrual related treatments. During this time you may experience spotting and irregular bleeding.

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FAQ: Maxogest

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Is Maxogest a contraceptive?

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While Maxogest contains a hormone that is used in certain versions of the mini pill, it is not itself a contraceptive. In order to protect against unwanted pregnancies, you will need to talk to your doctor to find the most suitable contraception while taking Maxogest (medroxyprogesterone tablet).

Will Maxogest affect my fertility?

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Your fertility may be affected in the short term (possibly a few weeks) after finishing a course of this treatment, but you should see no undesirable effects in the medium to long term.

Are there any alternatives to Maxogest?

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There are various alternatives to Maxogest, each containing the same active ingredient Medroxyprogesterone. These include Regumed, Depro, X-pro and Myone Depot.

What should I do if I am unhappy with the results?

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If you are unhappy with the results from your medicine, you should speak to your doctor who will be able to suggest another suitable and safe treatment. 

Is Maxogest available over the counter?

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To get Maxogest, you will need to have a prescription from a registered doctor. This will ensure the doctor that it’s right for you after they assess your overall health. They’ll also be able to monitor your progress and advise you appropriately if you experience any side effects.

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