Orgalutran Injection (Ganirelix acetate)

Orgalutran Injection

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Ganirelix acetate

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DrugDescription: Orgalutran Syringes are prescription injection treatments that are used in conjunction with other medications to regulate female hormones in women involved with assisted reproductive technology. Orgalutran prevents women from ovulating before their ovaries can produce a mature egg.Orgalutran Syringes should be stored in an area that is out of sight and out of the reach of children. Storing Orgalutran Syringes in a locked cabinet at room temperature is recommended.Orgalutran Syringes are prescription medications and should be used in the exact manner that is described in your prescription. If your doctor has recommended that you self-inject Orgalutran Syringes, they will demonstrate the appropriate method of administering the injection. Ensure that you fully understand the injection process before doing it on yourself. Injection sites for Orgalutran generally include the thigh and stomach area. Doctors recommend that the injection site be changed each day. Your doctor will tell you which days to use Orgalutran Syringes. Orgalutran Syringes should be administered only once on injection days.Do not use Orgalutran Syringe if you are allergic to any of the ingredients in this medication. If you are pregnant, breastfeeding, or planning to become pregnant, Orgalutran Syringe is not recommended for your use. If you have kidney or liver disease, you should not use Orgalutran Syringe.Before using Orgalutran Syringes, tell your doctor if any of the following apply to you: you have any allergies to food preservatives or other drugs; you are experiencing allergic reaction symptoms; or if you have any other medical conditions.While taking Orgalutran Syringe, do not stop using this medication without discussing it with your doctor. Also maintain the same dosage that your doctor originally recommended in order to receive the maximum benefit of this medication.Severe Side Effects: rashes, itching, hives or flushed, red skin; swelling of the face, lips, tongue or other parts of the body; shortness of breath, wheezing, difficulty breathing or a tight feeling in your chest.Common Side Effects: temporary redness, pain and swelling at injection site; headache; nausea; or tiredness.

Indication: Orgalutran Syringes are prescription injection treatments that are used in conjunction with other medications to regulate female hormones in women involved with assisted reproductive technology. Orgalutran prevents women from ovulating before their ovaries can produce a mature egg.

Storage: Orgalutran Syringes should be stored in an area that is out of sight and out of the reach of children. Storing Orgalutran Syringes in a locked cabinet at room temperature is recommended.

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Precautions: Before using Orgalutran Syringes, tell your doctor if any of the following apply to you: you have any allergies to food preservatives or other drugs; you are experiencing allergic reaction symptoms; or if you have any other medical conditions.

Warnings: While taking Orgalutran Syringe, do not stop using this medication without discussing it with your doctor. Also maintain the same dosage that your doctor originally recommended in order to receive the maximum benefit of this medication.

PatientFamilyInfo: Orgalutran Syringes are prescription medications and should be used in the exact manner that is described in your prescription. If your doctor has recommended that you self-inject Orgalutran Syringes, they will demonstrate the appropriate method of administering the injection. Ensure that you fully understand the injection process before doing it on yourself. Injection sites for Orgalutran generally include the thigh and stomach area. Doctors recommend that the injection site be changed each day. Your doctor will tell you which days to use Orgalutran Syringes. Orgalutran Syringes should be administered only once on injection days.

ContraIndication: Do not use Orgalutran Syringe if you are allergic to any of the ingredients in this medication. If you are pregnant, breastfeeding, or planning to become pregnant, Orgalutran Syringe is not recommended for your use. If you have kidney or liver disease, you should not use Orgalutran Syringe.

SevereSideEff: Severe Side Effects: rashes, itching, hives or flushed, red skin; swelling of the face, lips, tongue or other parts of the body; shortness of breath, wheezing, difficulty breathing or a tight feeling in your chest.

CommonSideEff: Common Side Effects: temporary redness, pain and swelling at injection site; headache; nausea; or tiredness.

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Brand Name:

Orgalutran Injection

Generic name:

Ganirelix acetate

Other Names:

Orgalutran Syringe

Strength(s): 0.25mg/0.5mL
Quantities Available: 1
Formulation:

Prefilled Syringe Injection

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