Norate Tablet is a hormonal medicine containing norethisterone as its active ingredient. It is used to treat menstrual and gynaecological problems mainly due to hormonal imbalance. It is a synthetic form of a female sex hormone, progesterone. It works by imitating the actions of the natural hormone progesterone. Take this medicine as advised by your doctor and for the duration specified. You should not take this medicine if you are pregnant, suffering from jaundice or any liver disorders and have disorders related to blood clot formation. You can take this medicine with or without food, but take it at the same time every day for better results....
Q: Can I use Norate Tablet to postpone my period?
A: No, you should not take Norate Tablet for any condition without consulting your doctor.
Q: Can Norate Tablet be used as a contraceptive?
A: No, Norate Tablet can not be used as contraceptive medicine. Seek a doctor's advice for proper contraceptive medicine.
Q: How does Norate Tablet work?
A: Norate Tablet contains progesterone that is a human-made form of a natural female sex hormone. It works by acting in a similar way the natural hormone progesterone acts and helps in maintaining the optimal functions of the uterus.
Q: Can Norate Tablet cause weight loss?
A: You may experience variations in weight after taking Norate Tablet. However, it depends on the physiological condition of an individual and varies among different individuals.
Q: Can I take Norate Tablet twice a day?
A: You should take Norate Tablet as prescribed by your doctor and for the prescribed duration. Do not increase or decrease the dose of this medicine on your own.
Q: When to take Norate Tablet - before a meal or after a meal?
A: Norate Tablet can be taken before or after a meal. It is advisable to take this medicine at the same time every day.
Q: Can I get pregnant while on Norate Tablet?
A: Yes, you can get pregnant while you are taking Norate Tablet. This medicine is not a birth control medicine, thus you should use appropriate birth control measures while you are on this medicine. Talk to your doctor for more information.