Amen Side Effects, Overdose and Pregnancy Information
Amen side effects may include abdominal pain, acne,
blood clot in a vein, lungs, or brain, breakthrough bleeding, breast
tenderness, increase in blood pressure, and depression. Other Amen side effects include dry mouth, insomnia,
headache, rash, itching, spotting, loss of appetite, fatigue, nausea, gain
or loss of body hair and water retention.
Amen may cause dizziness. Do not drive a car or operate
machinery until you know how Amen affects you.
Amen may also enhance sensitivity to the sun.
Amen Side Effects Reporting
If you experience any Amen side effects not mentioned above you should report it to your primary health care provider or FDA 1-800-FDA-1088 in the United States, Health Canada 1-866-225-0709 in Canada, MHRA 020 3080 6000 in UK, or TGA 1800 020 653 in Australia.
Main ingredient in Amen is Medroxyprogesterone Acetate.
Amen is derived from the progesterone which is the main hormone
involved in the pregnancy. Progesterone helps the womb to accept the
fertilized egg as well as maintaining the growth of the fetus.
Progesterone regulates other hormones to start and stop the menstrual
cycle. Amen is given to treat premenstrual syndrome (PMS), absence
of menstruation, prevent premature labor, abnormal uterine bleeding and in
combination with ERT (estrogen replacement therapy) to prevent estrogen
from thickening and abnormal growth of the lining of the uterus.
Amen is also given to people including men suffering from sleep
apnea to stimulate breathing.
Amen should not be used during the first 4 months of pregnancy;
as this could result in birth defects.
Avoid using Amen if you are allergic or sensitive to any
Avoid using Amen if you have a history of asthma, blood clot,
depression, diabetes, epilepsy, high cholesterol, stroke, kidney or liver
disease, varicose veins, heart problems, breast cancer, genital cancer,
osteoporosis, undiagnosed vaginal bleeding or miscarriage.
Check with your doctor before combining Amen with the
AMEN AND PREGNANCY
Avoid using Amen during pregnancy. It may cause birth defects
especially during the first 4 months of pregnancy.
Amen appears in breast milk. If you are nursing switch to
bottle-feed while taking Amen.
5-10mg /day for 5-10 days.
If Amen upsets your stomach, take it with food.
Amen overdose symptoms may include enhanced side effects. If
you suspect Amen overdose seek medical help right away.