Pregnyl 5000 i.u. 5000 i.u|1 Ampoule/s
Pregnyl 5000 i.u is a powder solution for injection. It consists of a Human Chorionic Gonadotrophin as an active ingredient. It is a proven formula for curing men and women infertility as well as for delayed puberty issues in children.
PREGNYL 5000 I.U FOR FEMALE INFERTILITY AND MALE HYPOGONADISM:
Pregnyl 5000i.u helps to develop eggs in the ovaries. It is also used along with other fertility drugs, to induce the production of eggs in order to assist the medical reproduction program such as in vitro fertilization treatment.
In men, this product helps in stimulating the testes to produce male hormone such as testosterone and helps in the treatment of delayed puberty, undescended testes or low sperm count.
COMMON SIDE EFFECTS OF PREGNYL 5000 I.U INJECTION.
This product can treat infertility problems in women and men. This product is safe to use however there are some side effects that may occur such as:
- Pelvic pain
- Injection site pain
This product use has not been suggested, if there is any allergy reported with its any ingredients. It should not be given to those who are having prostate cancer or having a breast, ovarian, uterine tumors.
This is supplied in the form of an injection, therefore it is necessary that Pregnyl should give only under the medical supervision. Pregnyl comes in two glass ampoules whose contents must be mixed together and used immediately. Do not shake the mixture vigorously, gently swirl the solution till it is clear. The injection may be given slowly into a muscle or under the skin, however, the best site for the injection is the muscles of the bottom. Do not mix the solution with any other medicine. While using this product some point must be taken into consideration such as:
- Do not use this solution if it contains any particle or if it is not clear.
- Once the ampoule is opened and mixed it should be used immediately.
- Discard any solution left after single use.
- It should be stored in the refrigerator. Do not freeze.
- Do not use after the expiry date.