ALLYLESTRENOL: Allylestrenol is a synthetic progestin drug that is derived from progesterone. It is commonly used to prevent miscarriage and premature labor in pregnant women, particularly those at high risk. Allylestrenol is not used for contraception.

The exact mechanism of action of allylestrenol is not fully understood. However, it is believed to help maintain pregnancy by promoting the development and maintenance of the uterine lining (endometrium) and suppressing contractions of the uterine muscles.

The usual recommended dose of allylestrenol is 5-10 mg three times a day, orally. However, the specific dosage may vary depending on the individual’s condition, as determined by the healthcare provider. It is important to follow the prescribed dosage instructions carefully.

Common side effects of allylestrenol may include nausea, vomiting, abdominal discomfort, breast tenderness, acne, and changes in menstrual bleeding. Some rare side effects may include allergic reactions, jaundice, liver problems, and blood clots. If any severe or persistent side effects occur, medical attention should be sought.

It is important to note that allylestrenol should only be used under the guidance and prescription of a healthcare professional. Pregnant women or those planning to become pregnant should discuss the use of this drug with their healthcare provider to ensure its appropriateness and safety.

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