Premelle 2.5mg Tablet 28'S

Hormonal Therapy Rx required

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PREMELLE 2.5MG contains Progesterone which belongs to the group of medicine called progestins. It is used in the prevention of endometrial hyperplasia (excessive thickening of uterine lining) in postmenopausal women with uterus who are receiving conjugated estrogens tablets as part of Hormone Replacement Therapy (HRT). It can also be used to treat progesterone imbalance states like pre-menstrual syndrome (PMS), benign mastopathies (a hormone-dependent change in glandular tissue in breasts) and symptoms of pre-menopause (such as hot flushes, anxiety, depression or vaginal dryness).

Premenstrual syndrome (PMS) is a combination of physical, emotional and psychological disturbances that occur during 7 to 10 days before their monthly period (after ovulation) and typically ends with the onset of menstrual flow. Common symptoms of PMS include tension, irritability, mood swings, depression, headache, breast tenderness, weight gain and bloating.

The most common side effects of taking this medicine are headache, dizziness, stomach pain, bloating and breast pain. Contact your doctor immediately, if you see any changes in breasts like dimpling of the skin, changes in the nipple or presence of any lumps. Avoid consumption of alcohol, driving or travelling, because this medicine may make you feel dizzy and drowsy. Take this medicine once daily preferably at bedtime. PREMELLE 2.5MG is considered safe for use during pregnancy. There are no evidence of impaired fertility or harm to the fetus due to the use of progesterone. However, consult your doctor before taking. This medicine is intended for use only in adult females and not recommended for use in children.


  • Prevents endometrial hyperplasia (excessive thickening of uterine lining) in postmenopausal women with uterus who are taking estrogens as part of Hormone Replacement Therapy (HRT)
  • Treats benign mastopathies (a hormone-dependent change in glandular tissue in breasts)
  • Treats symptoms of pre-menopause (such as hot flushes, anxiety, depression or vaginal dryness)


Progesterone taken orally, binds to and activates the progesterone receptor (PR) present in the stromal cells during the secretory phase of menstrual cycle and during pregnancy. It works by adjusting the hormonal balance within the body, restores progesterone levels in case of deficiency and reduce the symptoms associated with PMS, pre-menopause and benign mastopathies.

In patients receiving estrogen-based HRT, addition of progesterone helps to shed the excessive layers on the lining of the womb and prevents endometrial hyperplasia.


Take PREMELLE 2.5MG as directed by your physician. Take this medicine before meals. Swallow the medicine as a whole with a sip of water. Do not crush or chew the medicine. Your doctor will decide the correct dose and duration of therapy for you depending upon your condition. Continue to take this medicine, as long as your doctor tells you to do so, to obtain better results.



  • stroke, heart attack
  • visual loss or blindness
  • changes in speech
  • severe pains in legs
  • chest pain with or without shortness of breath, weakness and fatigue


  • drowsiness, dizziness
  • breast tenderness or pain
  • abdominal cramps or bloating
  • headaches
  • irregular vaginal bleeding or spotting
  • nausea and vomiting
  • hair loss
  • fluid retention (edema)
  • vaginal yeast infection


Nausea or vomiting:

Try taking this medicine with, or just after meals. Stick to simple meals. Do not eat rich or spicy food.

Bloating or wind:

Eat smaller and frequent meals. Eat and drink slowly, and exercise regularly. If the symptoms get worse, contact your doctor immediately.

Abdominal cramps:

Try to rest and relax. You can eat and drink slowly or have smaller and frequent meals. Keeping a heat pad on your stomach may also help. If still pain persists, speak to your doctor.


Apply hot or cold-water bag on your head. Take rest in a quiet and dark room. Drink tea or coffee.



PREMELLE 2.5MG should be used with caution in pregnant women. Consult your doctor before taking this medicine.


PREMELLE 2.5MG should be used with caution if you are breastfeeding women. Consult your doctor before taking this medicine.


Do not drive or operate any machines, because this medicine may make you feel dizzy.


Avoid consumption of alcohol while taking this medicine, because it can increase the risk of side effects.


PREMELLE 2.5MG should be used with caution in patients with kidney disease. Consult your doctor for advice.


PREMELLE 2.5MG should be used with caution in patients with liver disease. Consult your doctor for advice.


Do not take this medicine if you are allergic to progesterone.


PREMELLE 2.5MG should be used with caution in patients with asthma or other respiratory disorders. Consult your doctor for advice.


PREMELLE 2.5MG should be used with caution in patients with heart problems. Consult your doctor for advice.


Tell your doctor before taking this medicine, if you:

  • have breast cancer or cancer that is sensitive to estrogen (e.g. endometrial cancer)
  • have endometriosis or endometrial hyperplasia
  • have unexplained vaginal bleeding
  • have porphyria (an inherited blood disorder)
  • have cerebral hemorrhage (bleeding in the brain)
  • have or ever had blood clotting disorders (e.g. blood clot in the vein or legs)
  • have high blood pressure
  • have diabetes
  • have gall stones
  • have migraine headache
  • have systemic lupus erythematosus (allergic immune reaction)
  • have epilepsy
  • have otosclerosis (a disease affecting eardrum and hearing)
  • have depression
  • have photo sensitivity (sensitivity to light)
  • are going to have a surgery


Talk to your doctor, if you are taking,

  • medicines used to treat epilepsy (e.g. phenytoin, phenobarbital, carbamazepine)
  • medicines used to treat tuberculosis (e.g. rifampicin, rifabutin)
  • medicines used to treat HIV infection (e.g. nevirapine, efavirenz, ritonavir and nelfinavir)
  • medicines used to prevent blood clots (e.g. coumarins, phenindone)
  • medicines used to treat fungal infection (e.g. ketoconazole, griseofulvin or terbinafine)
  • medicines used to treat diabetes (e.g. insulin, metformin)
  • St. John’s Wart (a herbal medicine to treat depression)
  • bromocriptine (used to treat problems of pituitary gland or Parkinson’s disease)
  • ciclosporin (used to suppress immune system)
  • spironolactone (a diuretic pill)
  • antibiotics such as ampicillin, tetracyclines
  • other progestins (e.g. medroxyprogesterone acetate, megestrol)
  • ulipristal acetate (emergency contraceptive pill)
  • diazepam (used to induce sleep)
  • tizanidine (used to treat multiple sclerosis)


Drug :   Progesterone
Pharmacological Category :   Progestins
Therapeutic Indication :   Infertility in females
Dosage Forms :   Tablet, Capsule, Gel, Ointment, Injection, Pessary, Spray



Store below 20-25°C and keep out of reach of children.


Can PREMELLE 2.5MG cause miscarriage?

Currently, there is no evidence that progesterone as oral medication can cause miscarriage. If you are experiencing any unusual symptoms after taking this medicine, contact your doctor.

Can PREMELLE 2.5MG cause headache?

Yes. This medicine can cause headache in some individuals, although not everybody gets them. Rest and drink plenty of fluids. Do not drink too much alcohol. If the symptom persists, contact your doctor.


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    Net Qty
    1 N
    Item Weight
    40 g
    Hsn Code

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