Is it normal to bleed after Lupron?

Is it normal to bleed after Lupron?

Patients receiving leuprolide for central precocious puberty (CPP): If you are a female patient, you may have occasional vaginal bleeding or spotting. If you continue to have heavy bleeding or regular periods after 2 months of using this medicine, call your doctor.

How long do you bleed on Lupron?

Two months after starting treatment with Lupron (leuprolide) Depot for endometriosis, most women (98%) will stop having periods. In studies, 2% of women reported light bleeding or spotting. Most women will resume their normal periods within 3 months after treatment with Lupron Depot has ended.

Does Lupron cause breakthrough bleeding?

LUPRON DEPOT is contraindicated for use during pregnancy. Therefore, a non-hormonal method of contraception should be used during treatment. Patients should be advised that if they miss successive doses of LUPRON DEPOT, breakthrough bleeding or ovulation may occur with the potential for conception.

Does Lupron make you get your period?

You may have a very heavy period within the first 2 weeks. Then your hormone level will drop. This is the same as in menopause. Your periods may become lighter or heavier.

What are the side effects of leuprolide injection?

Common side effects of Lupron Injection include:

  • redness/burning/stinging/pain/bruising at the injection site,
  • hot flashes (flushing),
  • increased sweating,
  • night sweats,
  • tiredness,
  • headache,
  • upset stomach,
  • nausea,

Can Lupron cause blood clots?

Rare but significant side effects may include heart problems such as congestive heart failure (1%) or problems with blood clots (1%). Blood clots can lead to pulmonary embolus or stroke – potentially life-threatening conditions. Not all Lupron Depot side effects are listed above.

Is breakthrough bleeding a period?

Breakthrough bleeding is any bleeding that occurs outside of the normal menstrual period. This could be full-on bleeding —blood loss that’s enough to warrant a tampon or pad — or spotting.

Does Lupron cause blood clots?

Will Lupron delay my period?

If you take a GnRH agonist long-term (such as for treating endometriosis or fibroids) you might stop getting your period. However, this is not considered a side effect because shutting down the hormones that cause menstruation is an intended effect of the drug.

Does Lupron shrink ovarian cysts?

Hormonal contraceptives like birth control pills can prevent cysts from recurring, but they don’t affect an existing cyst. Another medication, Lupron®, may help relieve your pain and shrink the cysts.

Why am I bleeding on the injection?

Most women experience breakthrough bleeding or spotting for the first several months after they begin getting the shot. It may take six months to a year before the side effects end and your periods return to normal.

What are the side effects of Lupron injections?

In clinical trials, the most common side effects of LUPRON DEPOT, occurring in >10% of patients, include hot flashes/sweats, headache/migraine, decreased libido, depression/emotional lability, dizziness, nausea/vomiting, pain, vaginitis, and weight gain.

Is it normal to bleed 3 weeks straight?

Having long periods frequently can indicate one of several potential conditions, such as endometriosis or uterine fibroids. A doctor can help diagnose and treat these conditions. Often, taking hormonal birth control pills or switching the type of hormonal medication can help people find relief.

Is spotting bleeding?

Spotting is light vaginal bleeding that occurs outside of your regular period. Spotting typically involves small amounts of blood. You may notice it in your underwear or on toilet paper after you’ve used the restroom. If you need protection, it usually only requires a panty liner — not a pad or tampon.