HMG Conditions Treated by HMG 75iu One of the reasons why some women turn to fertility treatments is due to a hormonal disorder called polycystic ovary syndrome (PCOS) which affects approximately 5-10% of all women and is named because of the number of small cysts that are found in the ovaries. However, these cysts are also found in women that do not have PCOS. This disorder causes ovulation to become irregular which greatly interferes with the ability to conceive. Age can also be a factor as more and more women are delaying starting a family until they are settled into a career or are more financially capable of providing for a family. Before You Administer HMG 75iu
Test to be certain that you are not pregnant before starting the assisted reproductive technology (ART) program as HMG 75iucan be harmful to an unborn baby. Do not start HMG 75iuif you are nursing as it is not known if HMG 75iuis excreted into breast milk. Discuss other medical conditions or allergies you have and list any OTC and Rx meds you take, including herbal remedies and vitamin supplements. This allows your doctor to determine if HMG 75iuis safe for your situation. Warnings for HMG 75iu
You should not attempt to inject HMG 75iuon your own unless you are confident that you know how and where to inject it. Consult with your doctor about the risks involved with fertility treatments, such as the higher risk of an ectopic pregnancy or having a multiple birth. Do not skip lab tests or doctor exams as these are for checking hormone levels and to determine when you have a mature egg so you can begin the next step. Possible Side Effects of HMG 75iu
Nausea or vomiting
Stomach cramps
Vials of HMG 75IU should be stored between 2C – 8C. Do not freeze. Protect from light. Any unused
portion should be discarded.