|Generic Name||Human Menopausal Gonadotropin|
|Pack Size||Qty||Price Per Pill or Unit||Price||Cart|
|1 Injection/s||US$ 66.00||US$ 66.11|
Humog Injection 150 I.U is a prescription treatment for women with infertility issues. It is also beneficial for males with hypogonadism and male infertility. The injectable drug is made up of Human chorionic gonadotropin hormone, which helps to release the eggs from the ovary. When it comes to treating male infertility issues, it works by increasing the testosterone level in men. The medicine has the active ingredient Human menopausal Gonadotropin as the active substance. Your doctor may prescribe it to stimulate ovaries to induce ovulation and allow your ovaries to produce eggs.
Do not take Humog 150 I.U if you are allergic to HMG, or have liver disease, diabetes, thyroid problems, kidney issues, or severe bladder infection.
Certain other drugs can interact with Humog injection and increase the risk of serious muscle problems. So, it is necessary to consult your doctor about the following drugs such as antidepressants, antibiotics, high blood pressure medicines, antifungals, and prostate disorder drugs. Speak to your doctor to get the full list of the medications needed to be avoided while taking the drug as they may interfere it and may cause adverse effects. The medicine or its ingredients may make you dizzy or make a slightly blurry vision. So do not drive or operate machinery until it is safe.
The most common side effects of Humog injection 150 I.U include abdominal swelling or pain, injection site pain, or headache. If you develop any side effects associated with the use of Humog injection, he/she may recommend ways to reduce or prevent them. Common side effects of the drug are abdominal pain, pelvic pain, vomiting, and dizziness, and faint.
Humog is available as an injection. Always take it exactly as your doctor ordered you. Check with your doctor if you are not sure, follow the dosing regimen carefully without skipping doses. Usually, a doctor may prescribe a dose as per the condition of the patient. Some medicines can interact with your injectable drug, affecting its levels in your body. If you are taking any of these medicines that can affect the mechanism of action of this HMG (human menopausal gonadotropin drug, your doctor may decide to make some essential dose adjustments. It is necessary to change your daily dose to ensure that this treatment is safe for you. Make sure you follow the treatment regimen for as long as your doctor has told you.