Can crinone cause vaginal bleeding?

Vaginal suppositories or crinone can also cause some vaginal irritation and spotting. While bleeding can be a sign of miscarriage, it does not mean that miscarriage is imminent. Approximately 15-20% of all pregnancies result in miscarriage, the majority of which occur during the first 12 weeks.

Can progesterone gel cause bleeding?

Tell your doctor immediately if any of these unlikely but serious side effects occur: mental/mood changes (e.g., depression, nervousness, mood swings), signs of water weight gain (e.g., swollen feet/ankles), increased urination at night, abnormal vaginal bleeding, breast lumps, yellowing of the eyes or skin.

Can crinone build up?

After applying several doses of Crinone (progesterone), the gel begins to build up. This build-up will eventually come back out, usually together. This can look like white balls or chunks. This is expected and common.

Can Oripro cause spotting?

These are the more common side effects of Oripro. (Mostly these are mild and short lived). Tell your doctor as soon as possible if you notice any of the following: Abnormal breakthrough uterine and/or vaginal bleeding or, spotting, or changes in cervical secretions.

Can progesterone cause postmenopausal bleeding?

Taking progesterone with estrogen decreases the risk of uterine cancer, but it can cause bleeding in menopausal women.

Why does crinone come out in chunks?

When you administer CRINONE as directed by your health care provider, the gel lines your vaginal tissue. Over time, the remaining gel, which is the vehicle for carrying the progesterone, may accumulate on the lining of the vaginal wall, and small, white globules or clumps may appear as a vaginal discharge.

Can crinone cause brown spotting?

After using your applicator Crinone gel can stay in your vagina for several days. You may get a beige to brownish clumpy or cloudy white discharge during this time. This is nothing to worry about.

When I wipe there is light pink blood?

Pink discharge at the beginning and end of bleeding with your menstrual cycle is normal. At this time, the blood is just beginning to flow or is slowing down. It may mix with other vaginal secretions on its way out of the vagina, diluting its red hue. Another possibility is irregular menstruation.