Micronized progesterone in the treatment of imminent necrosis of a myoma during pregnancy. Ultrasound changes during treatment.

Authors: Hajek Z, Uhlir M.

Publication Year: 1999

Citation: Ceska Gynekol 1999;64(3):189-92.

Progesterone has a role in increasing blood flow to the uterus during pregnancy. As such, these researchers studied the effect of progesterone treatment to resolve imminent necrosis of a myoma in two cases. Both resolved within several days following oral and vaginal doses of progesterone (300-600 mg/day). Both women went on to deliver healthy, full-term infants.