Treatment with Desogestrel leads to decreased estradiol levels, to a prescription drugs corresponding to the Trimiron follicular this. The development Trimiron growth of a nursing infant, whose mother uses Desogestrel, should however, be carefully observed. The maximum and mean oestradiol levels were significantly lower in the desogestrel group compared to the levonorgestrel group. Do not use Desogestrel if you are pregnant, or think you may be pregnant.
Possible side effects of Trimiron include:
Trimiron is used to treat diseases such as: Abnormal Uterine Bleeding, Birth Control, Endometriosis, Gonadotropin Inhibition, Polycystic Ovary Syndrome.
Learn about the side effects, dosage, and pregnancy safety information. Doses start at 250 mg, as often as four times per day, with a maximum dose of 1400 mg per day.