Repronex Injections 75 iu

Repronex (Menotropins) 75 iu

Brand name

Generic Name: Menotropins

Alternate Name: Pergonal, Humegon, Menopur

Active Ingredient(s): Follicle stimulating hormone (FSH) and luteinizing hormone (LH)

Type: FSH and LH

Manufacturer: Ferring Inc.

Prescription Required: Yes

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Package Size: 1x75 IU 5x2mL$402.18 USD
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Buy Repronex (Menotropins) 75 iu for Injections for Infertility Treatment – Low Cost

 

What is it?

 

Repronex is an injection with the generic name menotropins that combines follicle-stimulating hormone (FSH) and luteinizing hormone (LH). These hormones act as a fertility drug to help stimulate the ovaries to produce and mature follicles, which can then release an egg with the help of another hormone, so the drug is often used to treat infertility.

 

Why do doctors prescribe this medication?

 

Doctors may prescribe this medicine to women to treat infertility from anovulation, which is the lack of ovulation, when it is not caused by primary ovarian failure. Fertility doctors may also prescribe this medication to aid in in-vitro fertilization and other assisted reproductive technology (ART) programs. In both cases, this fertility drug can help boost ovulation by stimulating the ovaries to produce more follicles.

 

How does the drug work?

 

The medication contains the hormones follicle-stimulating hormone (FSH) and luteinizing hormone (LH), both crucial for reproduction. These hormones help stimulate follicles to form and mature to form eggs, and Repronex injections can either help follicles to form when they have not been forming or help more follicles to form. Doctors may then prescribe a human chorionic gonadotropin (hCG) injection to help the follicles release an egg, which can then be fertilized naturally or harvested for IVF treatments.

 

When and how to inject

 

Your fertility doctor will give you instructions on how and when to take injections for IVF treatments or infertility, or you can refer to your product leaflet. Usually for anovulation you will inject 150 IU of Repronex intramuscularly, which is into a muscle, or subcutaneously, which is under the skin, once a day for five days to start. For IVF treatments, you will usually start with 225 IU daily. You should not exceed a dose of 450 IU or inject the drug for longer than twelve days, and you should try to take this medication at the same time each day. Do not use this medication if it is cloudy or contains particles. Once you have prepared a dose of Repronex, use it immediately and properly dispose of any leftover prepared Repronex, needles, syringes, and other used medical supplies. If you miss a dose, do not double dosage and inform your doctor. Your doctor may perform hormone level tests, pregnancy tests, or other laboratory tests during your medication treatments to monitor your condition.

 

Side effects

 

Side effects can include:

 

  • Redness and pain at the injection site
  • Mild stomach pain and bloating
  • Breast tenderness
  • Dizziness and headache

 

Seek medical attention if these side effects persist or worsen. Seek medical attention immediately if you experience rare but serious side effects like

 

  • Vaginal bleeding
  • Flu-like symptoms, such as tiredness, joint pain, muscle ache, fever, or chills
  • Shortness of breath or chest pain
  • Weakness on one side of the body or slurred speech
  • Sudden vision changes or severe headache
  • Pain and swelling of the calf muscles

 

During or after Repronex treatments, this drug could cause ovarian hyperstimulation syndrome (OHSS), with fluid building up suddenly in the stomach, chest, and heart area; seek medical attention immediately if you develop symptoms of OHSS such as

 

  • Severe pain and swelling in the lower abdominal area
  • Sudden or rapid weight gain
  • Change in the amount of urine
  • Nausea and vomiting

 

Rarely, the drug could cause an allergic reaction, so seek medical attention if you have symptoms of an allergic reaction like

 

  • Rash
  • Severe dizziness
  • Trouble breathing
  • Itching and swelling of the face, tongue, or throat

 

These may not be all the possible side effects of this medication.

 

Precautions

 

Do not use the drug while pregnant. Researchers do not know if the drug can be passed through breast milk, so always consult your doctor before breastfeeding. Do not use this medicine if you are allergic to any of its ingredients, if you have a pituitary or reproductive organ tumor, if you have enlarged ovaries or an ovarian cyst, if you have abnormal vaginal bleeding, or if you have uncontrolled thyroid, pituitary, or adrenal gland problems. This medication can increase the risk of developing blood clots, lung problems, enlarged ovaries, and ovarian hyperstimulation syndrome (OHSS), and this fertility drug can also increase the chance of multiple births, such as twins, and an ectopic pregnancy, which is a pregnancy outside the womb. Store Repronex between 3 and 25 degrees Celsius, keep this drug away from light and heat, and keep it and any needles out of the reach of children.

 

Other medication prescribed with it

 

Your fertility doctor may prescribe Repronex on its own or in conjunction with IVF treatments. After using this drug, your doctor may tell you to inject a human chorionic gonadotropin (hCG) drug to release the eggs from the follicles. You may also use an ovulation test to determine when you are likely ovulating, and the best time to conceive.

 

What is anovulation?

 

Anovulation is the failure of the ovaries to release a mature egg. The main symptom of anovulation is infertility, since if there is no egg released from the ovaries an egg cannot be fertilized by sperm. Other symptoms of anovulation include amenorrhea, which is the lack of menstruation, or oligomenorrhea, which is irregular menstruation. Causes of anovulation include weight loss, excessive exercise, anxiety and stress, certain medications, hormonal imbalances, hyperprolactinemia, primary ovarian failure, and more. Your doctor may diagnose anovulation using blood tests for hormone levels, or they may also perform other tests such as an ultrasound. As long as the cause of anovulation is not primary ovarian failure, fertility drugs can help in most cases, helping a woman with anovulation achieve a successful pregnancy.

 

Where to order

 

With the high cost of IVF treatments and fertility drugs, having a baby may seem too expensive for some couples. Fertility Drugs Online hopes to help women like you conceive by helping you find more affordable fertility drugs. By partnering with licensed Canadian pharmacies, we help you order affordable Repronex injections and other fertility drugs, with free shipping. Your first step is to speak to your doctor and see if this medicine is the best fertility drug for you. Once you have your prescription, bring it to Fertility Drugs Online to place your order online or by phoning our customer service hotline. One of our partner pharmacies will then ship your medication so you can boost your ovulation and conceive a child.

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