Hydroxyprogesterone Injection- H.P.G 250 is composed of the drug Hydroxyprogesterone, which is used in the treatment of premature labor to reduce the risk of premature birth (preterm birth). It reduces the risk of miscarriage and premature birth in women who have already had one premature birth. Progestin is a hydroxyprogesterone (female hormone). It works by modulating the mother’s immune response to prevent the embryo from being rejected and allowing it to attach to the uterus. This prevents miscarriage and lowers the risk of premature birth in women who have already had one premature delivery.
Uses of Hydroxyprogesterone Injection
“Hydroxyprogesterone” is a progestin (female hormone) used in pregnant women who have previously delivered a baby too early (preterm). It works by modulating the immune response of pregnant women, preventing embryo rejection, and allowing embryo attachment to the uterus. In pregnant women who have had a previous premature delivery, hydroxyprogesterone prevents miscarriage and helps lower the risk of premature birth.
Precaution to use of Hydroxyprogesterone Injection
Inform your doctor before taking this medication if you have ever had problems with your blood circulation, diabetes, or liver disease. Your doctor should also be aware of any other medications you are taking, as many of them may reduce the effectiveness of this medication or alter how it works.
Direction to use of Hydroxyprogesterone Injection
Hydroxyprogesterone Injection is only given by or under the supervision of a physician. It should be taken as directed by your doctor. Your doctor will determine how much you should take and for how long. You should continue to use this injection for as long as it has been prescribed for you.
Possible Side Effects of Hydroxyprogesterone Injection
The most common side effects of this medication are local site reactions at the injection site, nausea, itching, diarrhea, and hives. Inform your doctor if any of these symptoms bother you. There may be ways to reduce or prevent them. It may affect blood sugar levels, so keep an eye on them. It is best to notify your doctor if you notice yellowing of your eyes or skin, dark urine, or stomach pain while taking this medication.