Can you get pregnant on Mesigyna injection?
If women get Cyclofem® and Mesigyna® injections at the right time every month, they are more than 99% effective. This means that if 100 women get Cyclofem® or Mesigyna® injections at the right time, less than 1 woman will become pregnant in a year. However, if the injection is given too late, it becomes 94% effective.
What are the side effects of Nuristerate?
The most commonly reported Nur-Isterate side effects are:
- Spotting or breakthrough bleeding.
- Delayed period.
- Irregular or heavier bleeding.
- Weight gain.
- Dizziness and/or nausea.
- Skin reactions (such as pain, rash and/or itch at the injection site)
How long does Nur-Isterate take to work?
Radioimmunological studies have shown that, during the first 5 to 7 weeks after injection, ovulation is suppressed as a result of the high plasma level of norethisterone. In addition, NUR-ISTERATE causes morphological changes in the endometrium which have the effect of rendering nidation of a fertilised egg difficult.
Does Mesigyna cause weight gain?
A study that included both Cyclofem and Mesigyna with a large sample of 2252 women in Egypt found that weight gain was not a major cause of discontinuation, although weight gains of approximately 0.33 kg per month were observed in both groups.
Where do you inject Mesigyna?
Mesigyna consists of 50 mg norethisterone enanthate plus 5 mg estradiol valerate in a 1.0-ml oily solution of castor oil and benzyl benzoate, 60:40. Both preparations are given by deep, intramuscular injection into the gluteal or deltoid muscles.
Does Nuristerate make you gain weight?
The injection can cause some weight gain due to water retention. The best thing to do to lose weight is either to see a dietician of to join a group like Weightwatchers.
Can Nuristerate cause infertility?
Other contraceptive methods like the injectable progestogen (Petogen, Nur-Isterate) may cause a delay in return of fertility of six to nine months, says Dr Jana Rossouw, specialist in gynaecology and obstetrics at Tygerberg Hospital in Cape Town.
Can you get pregnant on the 2 month injection?
You can become pregnant after taking Depo-Provera®. You could become pregnant as soon as 12 to 14 weeks after your last shot. It could also take up to a year or two to conceive after stopping this type of contraception.
Does Nuristerate stop periods?
Some women continue having periods, though the majority will stop. You are safe from Day 1 after having the injection.
Does Nuristerate cause weight gain?