Progesterone vaginal Side Effects
Please note - some side effects for Progesterone vaginal may not be reported. Always consult your doctor or healthcare specialist for medical advice. You may also report side effects to the FDA.
Side Effects by Body System - for Healthcare Professionals
Applies to: compounding powder; intramuscular solution; oral capsule; topical cream; vaginal gel; vaginal suppository; vaginal tablet
Genitourinary side effects have included breast tenderness (27%), urinary problems (11%), vaginal discharge (10%), vaginal dryness (6%), breast pain (6%), breast carcinoma (2%), breast excisional biopsy (2%), breast enlargement, leukorrhea, uterine fibroid, vaginal dryness, fungal vaginitis, vaginitis, dysuria, cystitis, and urinary tract infection
Nervous system side effects have included headache (31%), dizziness (15%), confusion, somnolence, asthenia, increased sweating, nervousness, migraine, tremor, and speech disorder. Syncope (with and without hypotension) have been reported.
Cardiovascular side effects have included chest pain (7%), hypertension, angina pectoris, syncope, and palpitations.
Gastrointestinal side effects have included abdominal pain (20%), bloating (8%), diarrhea (8%), nausea (8%), constipation (3%), dyspepsia, dry mouth, gastroenteritis, hemorrhagic rectum, hiatus hernia, and vomiting. The side effects reported during clinical studies evaluating the use of progesterone gel 8% have included constipation (27%), nausea (22%), and diarrhea (8%).
Musculoskeletal side effects have included joint pain (20%), musculoskeletal pain (12%), back pain (8%), arthritis, leg cramps, hypertonia, muscle disorder, and myalgia.
Psychiatric side effects have included depression (19%), anxiety, impaired concentration, insomnia, forgetfulness, and personality disorder.
Respiratory side effects have included cough (8%), bronchitis, nasal congestion, pharyngitis, pneumonitis, and sinusitis.
Dermatologic side effects have included acne, pruritus, rash, skin discoloration, seborrhea, verruca, and wound debridement during therapy.
Additional dermatologic side effects have included case reports of familial autoimmune dermatitis.
Ocular side effects have included abnormal vision.
Hepatic side effects including reversible cases of hepatitis, elevated transaminases, and cholecystectomy have been reported.
Other side effects have included viral infection (12%), hot flashes (11%), fatigue (8%), irritability (8%), worry (8%), night sweats (7%), earache, tooth disorder, anorexia, increased appetite, peripheral edema, edema, accidental injury, fever, abscess, lymphadenopathy, and herpes simplex.
Immunologic side effects have included autoimmune dermatitis during the luteal phase of the menstrual cycle. Test results using interferon gamma release in vivo and vitro tests confirmed the diagnosis.
Local side effects have included pain, irritation, and redness at the injection site.Top
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