Each tablet contains Allyloestrenol 5 mg
Pharmacological classification & ATC Classification:
G03DC01 - allylestrenol ; Belongs to the class of estren derivative
progestogens used in progestogenic hormone preparations
Allylestrenol is similar to that of natural progesterone. It
prepares the uterus for receiving the fertilised ovum and suppresses
Allylestrenol is used in circumstances of Threatened miscarriage
Dosage & administration:
Adult: 5 mg tid for 5-7 days.
May be taken with or without food. (May be taken w/ meals if GI
Hypersensitivity; thrombophleobitis; undiagnosed vag bleeding,
incomplete abortion, hormone-dependent carcinoma, cerebral apoplexy,
as a diagnostic test for pregnancy; severe hepatic impairment;
Discontinue medications if there is sudden partial or complete loss
of vision, proptosis or diplopia; migraine and embolic disorders;
epilepsy, migraine, asthma, cardiac or renal dysfunction. History of
depression, glucose tolerance and diabetic patients. My impair
ability to drive operate machinery. Sudden withdrawal of
allyloestrenol should be avoided as it leads to intermittent
breakthrough bleeding; lactation.
Enhanced clearance with enzyme-inducing drugs eg, carbamazepine,
griseofulvin, , phenytoin and .
may increase bioavailability of progesterone.
Potentially Fatal: Increased ciclosporin concentration.
GI disturbances, appetite/weight change; fluid retention, oedema;
acnes, skin rash, urticaria; depression, headache, fever, fatigue;
breast changes, hirsutism, changes in libido, altered menstrual
cycles or irregular menstrual bleeding (rare).
Store below 25°C
(Also can be packed according to customers requirement)
Packing of 10, 50, 100, 150 tablets