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People who have soya allergy cannot have Progesterone Capsules

Individuals who have a soya allergy should refrain from using Progesterone Capsules as part of their gender-affirming care treatment. Progesterone capsules are frequently included in hormone therapy and may contain soy-derived ingredients that can trigger allergic reactions in people with soy allergies. Allergic reactions to soy can range from mild symptoms, such as itching or hives, to more severe responses, such as difficulty breathing or anaphylaxis. Thus, individuals aware of their soy allergies should not use Progesterone Capsules to prevent adverse reactions and ensure their safety throughout hormone therapy.

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Allergic Reactions to Medications Cautions, Actions, and Symptoms

Updated on March 19, 2024

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