Foliculine - 150IU
Foliculin - 150IU
Foliculin 150IU is formulated for the treatment of female infertility. It is used to inject intramuscularly in women who have issues with ovulation or undergoing fertility treatment like in-vitro fertilization. It is used to stimulate the ovaries to produce eggs. The medicine contains the active ingredient Urofollitropin, which assists in increasing egg production in women who opt for assisted reproductive technology procedures. Urofollitropin is available in the form of an injection, which should be administered only under the supervision of a health care specialist.
Clinical Uses of Foliculin 150 IU
Foliculin 150IU is used as an injection for treating certain fertility issues in women. It works by providing the FSH hormone that helps cause the ovaries to release eggs. The medicine can be prescribed with the HCG drug to improve ovulation in women. It is not given to women whose ovaries no longer produce eggs, and the condition is referred to as an ovarian failure.
Foliculin 150IU supplies in the form of solution for injection purpose, which should be injected into your skin under your health care specialist’s supervision. If you are self-injecting the medicine at your home, make sure you follow the proper directions, and dosage provided by your health care specialist the recommended dose for female fertility is 150IU for five days, and the dose may increase up to 250IU for up to twelve days. The treatment works best when followed with HCG.
Common Side Effects
Irritation where the medicine is injected, ovarian cyst, and upset stomach are the common unwanted effects associated with the use of Foliculin. Prefer eating small meals, taking good care of your mouth, eating sugar-free candy, sucking hard during the treatment. Some women may also experience belly cramps, headache, enlarged breasts, and overstimulation of the ovaries.
Warnings and Precautions
If you have an allergy to Urofollitropin or another inactive ingredient of the injectable, avoid injecting the medicine and talk to your health care provider. Let your health care specialist know if you are allergic to any pharmaceutical ingredient and make him aware of the signs and symptoms you had due to an allergic reaction. This includes telling about hives, rash, itching, cough, wheezing, shortness of breath, swelling of lips, tongue, and throat. If you are suffering from adrenal gland disease, chest tightness, ovarian cysts, thyroid diseases, or vaginal bleeding. The medicine is not recommended for women who are unable to produce eggs due to ovarian failure.
Whenever you take two medicines hat the same time, you are at risk of drug interaction. Report the use of other medication to the health care specialist before receiving Foliculin injection. You may need a dose adjustment and some clinical tests to identify the safety of use. You are not supposed to discontinue any medicine without speaking to your health care specialist.