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Why have you been prescribed

As part of your assisted fertility treatment, the medication you take to control ovulation and the embryo transfer procedure can disrupt your body’s natural progesterone production. This can result in low levels of progesterone.

In the luteal phase (the part of your menstrual cycle after ovulation) progesterone is needed to thicken the uterus wall (called the endometrium), ready for an egg to implant.

Utrogestan Vaginal contains progesterone and offers ‘luteal phase support.’ When inserted into the vagina, progesterone helps increase the chances of successful implantation and pregnancy.

Watch the video to find out more about how Utrogestan Vaginal works.