MENOTROPHIN (MENOPUR) INJECTION – TREATMENT FOR FEMALE INFERTILITY
Women with infertility are treated with Menopur injection. Additionally, it aids in the treatment of male infertility and male hypogonadism (delayed puberty and low sperm count). In women, it causes the ovary to release eggs, while in men, it raises the level of testosterone.
Under the direction of a doctor, Menopur Injection is administered intravenously. Always heed your doctor’s recommendations, since they will determine when the injection should be administered. Depending on what you are using it for, you should adjust the dosage and frequency.
USES OF MENOTROPHIN (MENOPUR) INJECTION
- Female infertility
- Male hypogonadism
- Male infertility
WORKS OF MENOTROPHIN (MENOPUR) INJECTION
A combination of hormones makes up Menopur Injection. It functions in females by assisting follicles in the ovaries that contain eggs in maturing. This assists in treating female infertility brought on by inadequate egg production (anovulatory infertility). It works by raising the low sperm count in guys.
SIDE EFFECTS OF MENOTROPHIN (MENOPUR) INJECTION
- Injection site pain
- Injection site allergic reaction
- Abdominal pain
- Abdominal cramp
- Ovarian hyperstimulation syndrome
WARNING & PRECAUTIONS
Whether Menopur Injection affects a person’s ability to drive is unknown. If you encounter any symptoms that impair your focus or reaction time, avoid operating a vehicle.
The use of Menopur Injection during pregnancy is extremely risky. Consult your doctor before taking any medications, as research on animals and pregnant women has demonstrated clear negative effects on the developing fetus.