What is Endometrin

Endometrin (progesterone vaginal insert) is a specially formulated vaginal tablet that contains the female hormone progesterone, which is one of the hormones essential for preparation of the uterus for implantation and maintenance of a pregnancy. Once the tablet is inserted into the vagina, it quickly dissolves and is available to be absorbed into the circulation to be taken to the uterus.









How Do I Use Endometrin

Each insert of Endometrin and each applicator comes individually wrapped within the Endometrin box. Here are step-by-step instructions for taking Endometrin:

Carefully unwrap the applicator and the Endometrin insert.
Put one Endometrin insert into the space provided at the end of the applicator. The insert should fit snugly and not fall out.
Choose a comfortable position for inserting the applicator. You may be sitting or laying on your back with your knees bent.
You may stand
Gently slide the thin end of the applicator 2-3 inches into the vagina.
Push the bottom of the applicator upward to release the Endometrin insert. Remove the applicator and throw it away.


Side effects reported by women who used Endometrin in clinical studies reported the following side effect more than 2% of the time: uterine spasm (3-4%) vaginal bleeding (3%). Vaginal irritation, itching, burning, rash or swelling were reported less than 2% of the time.