Fertigyn

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WHAT IS FERTIGYN


  • FERTIGYN contains the active substance chorionic gonadotropin belonging to a group of medicines called gonadotropins (full hormones). Controls the release of an ovum from the ovaries in women and controls the production of testosterone in men.

FERTIGYN is used:


In women:
  • Induction of ovulation
  • In assisted reproduction
In men:
  • Hypogonadotropic
  • Delayed puberty
  • Cryptorchism
  • untreated testicles

BEFORE TAKING FERTIGYN YOU SHOULD NOT TAKE IT IF YOU HAVE:


  • Hormone-dependent tumor of the breast, ovary, uterus, testicle, prostate, hypophysis or hypothalamus
  • If you are a woman and have a disorder of full organs that are incompatible with pregnancy
  • If you are a woman and you have a fibroid of the uterus that is incompatible with pregnancy
  • Aabnormal or unexpected vaginal
  • Ovarian cysts on the ovaries or enlargement of the ovary
For women:
  • The probability of developing ovarian hyperstimulation syndrome (OHSS)
  • Therapy with gonadotropic hormones may cause hyperstimulation syndrome ovarian (OHSS).
  • This is a difficult medical condition in which the ovaries are overstimulated and the development of follicles is bigger than normal. In rare cases, severe OHSS can endanger life.
  • Therefore, careful supervision OHSS leads to sudden accumulation of fluid in the abdomen and chest area and can cause creating blood clots.

Immediately contact your doctor if you have:


  • Severe abdominal islet and pain in the abdominal area
  • Nausea
  • Vomiting
  • The sudden increase of the body mass due to fluid accumulation
  • Diarrhea
  • Reduced urine output
  • Difficulty breathing

THE FERTIGYN APPLICATION?


  • In women, one injection is usually given to induce ovulation, and at most three injections for support the luteal phase that follows.
  • Men are given injections several times a week for weeks or months depending on the problem. The treatment with FERTIGYN should last at least three months to achieve the expected improvement.

WHAT ARE KNOWN SIDE EFFECTS?


General:
  • Immune system disorders
  • Rash or fever
  • Local reactions at the site of application (bruise, pain, redness, islet or itching) may occur.
In women:
  • Vascular disorders
  • Respiratory disorders
  • Gastrointestinal disorders such as vomiting and diarrhea
  • Abdominal pain
  • Ascites (accumulation of fluid in the abdominal cavity), as a complication
  • Disorders of the reproductive system and breast
  • Unwanted hyperstimulation of the ovary, mild or severe hyperstimulation ovary syndrome.
  • Painful breasts, mild ovarian enlargement, cysts on the ovaries
  • Big cysts on ovary prone to rupture (severe ovarian hyperstimulation syndrome).
In men:
  • Disturbances of metabolism and nutrition After administration of high doses, water and sodium retention has been recorded, this is considered as a consequence of elevated production of androgens (male full hormones).
  • Disorders of the reproductive system and breast
  • HCG therapy can cause gynecomastia (breast augmentation in men).

WHAT IS FERTIGYN


FERTIGYN contains the active substance chorionic gonadotropin belonging to a group of medicines called gonadotropins (full hormones). Controls the release of an ovum from the ovaries in women and controls the production of testosterone in men.


 

FERTIGYN is used:


   In women:


      - Induction of ovulation


      - In assisted reproduction


   In men:


      - Hypogonadotropic


      - Delayed puberty


      - Cryptorchism


      - untreated testicles


BEFORE TAKING FERTIGYN YOU SHOULD NOT TAKE IT IF YOU HAVE:


· Hormone-dependent tumor of the breast, ovary, uterus, testicle, prostate, hypophysis or hypothalamus


·  If you are a woman and have a disorder of full organs that are incompatible with pregnancy


·  If you are a woman and you have a fibroid of the uterus  that is incompatible with pregnancy


·  Aabnormal or unexpected vaginal


·  Ovarian cysts on the ovaries or enlargement of the ovary


 


For women:


   - The probability of developing ovarian hyperstimulation syndrome (OHSS)


   - Therapy with gonadotropic hormones may cause hyperstimulation syndrome ovarian (OHSS).


   - This is a difficult medical condition in which the ovaries are overstimulated and the development of follicles is bigger than normal. In rare cases, severe OHSS can endanger life.


   - Therefore, careful supervision OHSS leads to sudden accumulation of fluid in the abdomen and chest area and can cause creating blood clots.


 


Immediately contact your doctor if you have:


    · Severe abdominal islet and pain in the abdominal area


    · Nausea


    · Vomiting


    · The sudden increase of the body mass due to fluid accumulation


    · Diarrhea


    ·  Reduced urine output


    ·  Difficulty breathing


 

 THE  FERTIGYN APPLICATION?


     ·  In women, one injection is usually given to induce ovulation, and at most three injections for support the luteal phase that follows.

     ·  Men are given injections several times a week for weeks or months depending on the problem. The treatment with FERTIGYN should last

at least three months to achieve the expected improvement.


 

WHAT ARE KNOWN SIDE EFFECTS?


General:


·   Immune system disorders


·   Rash or fever


·   Local reactions at the site of application (bruise, pain, redness, islet or itching) may occur.


In women:


·   Vascular disorders


·   Respiratory disorders


·   Gastrointestinal disorders such as vomiting and diarrhea


·   Abdominal pain


·   Ascites (accumulation of fluid in the abdominal cavity), as a complication


·   Disorders of the reproductive system and breast


·   Unwanted hyperstimulation of the ovary, mild or severe hyperstimulation ovary syndrome.


·   Painful breasts, mild ovarian enlargement, cysts on the ovaries


·   Big cysts on ovary prone to rupture (severe ovarian hyperstimulation syndrome).


In men:


· Disturbances of metabolism and nutrition After administration of high doses, water and sodium retention has been recorded, this is considered as a consequence of elevated production of androgens (male full hormones).


· Disorders of the reproductive system and breast


HCG therapy can cause gynecomastia (breast augmentation in men).

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Fertigyn

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