Progesterone and Abdominal hernia gangrenous - from FDA reports
There is no Abdominal hernia gangrenous reported by people who take Progesterone yet. This review analyzes which people have Abdominal hernia gangrenous with Progesterone. It is created by eHealthMe based on reports from FDA, and is updated regularly.
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Do you take Progesterone and have Abdominal hernia gangrenous?
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Progesterone has active ingredients of progesterone. It is often used in menopause. (latest outcomes from Progesterone 8,165 users)
Abdominal Hernia Gangrenous
Abdominal hernia gangrenous (abdominal hernia leading to tissue death) has been reported by people with atrial fibrillation/flutter, asthma, mucopolysaccharidosis i, cough (latest reports from 5 Abdominal hernia gangrenous patients).
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