What is Repronex used for?
Repronex is used to treat women with infertility conditions. It is a combination of follicle stimulating hormone (FSH) and luteinizing hormone (LH) that stimulates the females ovaries to produce eggs. Doctors usually prescribe Repronex with Human Chorionic Gonadotropin (hCG) a hormone that causes ovulation, when the egg is released.
What do I need to tell my doctor before using Repronex?
Let your doctor know if you are pregnant or have an enlarged ovary or ovarian failure, planned to become pregnant or are breast feeding. Also, inform your doctor if you have uncontrolled thyroid or adrenal gland problems, bleeding problems including undiagnosed abnormal uterine bleeding or hemorrhage, abnormal growth in the reproductive system or in the brain (eg.Pituitary gland tumor), and kidney or liver problems. Lastly, make sure you tell your doctor if you are allergic to medicines, foods, or other substances, and any prescription or non-prescription medication, herbal preparation or dietary supplements that you are currently taking.
What do I need to know before taking Repronex?
- Repronex may cause dizziness. Do not operate vehicles or any machinery that could be dangerous.
- Do not reuse needles, syringes, or any other materials used to prepare Repronex. Dispose all materials properly after use.
- When using Repronex, pregnancy with multiple fetuses may be possible (for example twins, triplets, etc).
- Before your doctor prescribes you Repronex, thorough evaluation will take place to confirm you are not pregnant. Do not use Repronex if you are or will become pregnant. Contact your doctor if you suspect that you could be pregnant.
- It is not known if Repronex is excreted in breast milk. Check with your doctor to discuss the risks to your baby if you are breasfeeding.
- Lab tests are important, make sure you keep all appointments to monitor hormone levels and to test if you are pregnant.
- Elderly using Repronex may be more sensitive to its effects. Use with caution.
- Safety and effectiveness of Repronex in children has not been confirmed, It is not recommended for use in children.
- Keep away from children and pets.
How do I take Repronex?
Read the label or any materials that came with the medication. Use Repronex exactly as prescribed by your doctor because the dosage and duration of use depends on patient situation. Make sure a health care professional shows you how to use the medication properly. At your doctor’s office, hospital, clinic, or at home, carefully inject Repronex either under the skin (subcutaneously) or into a muscle (intramuscularly). Do not use if vial is cracked, damaged, or the medication is discolored or contains particles. Wash your hands before and after the preparation of medication. Prepare Repronex by drawing up diluent into a syringe. Then push the syringe plunger into the powder. Slowly rotate the container to mix the solution. Do not shake. Using a different syringe or needle for the injection, draw up the solution, be sure all air bubbles are tapped out of the syringe. Wipe the injection area with an alcohol swab and inject needle through the skin. Once the syringe is in place before medication is injected, pull back on the syringe plunger to make sure the needle is not in a vein (syringe will fill with blood if needle is in vein). If syringe is in vein, remove and discard syringe immediately. Begin preparation again using new materials. Use the medication immediately once it is prepared. Throw away any unused materials. If necessary, cover injected area with a small bandage.
Store Repronex at room temperature between 3-25 degrees celsius. Keep away from light.
What are the side effects for Repronex?
Contact your doctor right away if you experience any of these severe side effects:
- Severe allergic reactions (rash; hives; difficulty breathing; tightness in the chest; swelling of the mouth, face, lips, or tongue)
- Abdominal bloating
- Changes in speech or vision
- Chest pain
- Decreased urination
- Fast heartbeat
- One-sided weakness
- Severe abdominal pain
- Severe headache
- Shortness of breath
- Sudden leg pain
- Weight gain
- Yellowing of the skin or eyes.
Contact your doctor if the following common side effects persists or becomes bothersome:
- Abdominal pain
- Back pain
- Breast enlargement
- Flu-like symptoms
- General body discomfort
- Menstrual changes
- Muscle or joint pain
- Pain or rash at the injection site.
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