Pregnyl HCG is a hormonal drug
- MANUFACTURER Organon
- ACTIVE SUBSTANCE human chorionic gonadothropine
- ACNE RARELY
- WATER RETENTION YES
- HEPATOTOXICITY NO
- AROMATIZATION PERHAPS
- ACTIVE HALF-LIFE 64 HOURS
- DOSAGE 2000 - 5000 IU/WEEK
Pregnyl 1500 drug IS IN STOCK. Direct shipment from Europe. Pregnyl HCG is sent via mail or cash on delivery (payment at receiver).
Pregnyl is a hormonal drug that is designed for testosterone production at male athletes and for estrogen and progesterone synthesis stimulation after ovulation at female athletes.
Indications to administration for male athletes:
- hypogonadotropic hypogonadism,
- Cryptorchidism unconditioned by anatomic occlusion;
- Retarded sexual development conditioned by weak gonadotropic pituitary function.
Indications to administration for female athletes:
- ovulation stimulation at follicle maturation violation or anovulation;
- in a combination of assisted reproductive technology for preparation of follicle to paracentesis.
Pregnyl may be purchased in the form of powder in order to prepare the injections. The powder is placed in ampoules if 1500 and 5000 ME. The set includes the solvent for injection preparation. The set contains one ampoule (lyophilisation + solvent). The preparation is injected intramuscularly. The prepared solution cannot be stored. Dosages are appointed individually by the treating doctor, depending on many factors and the expected reaction to Pregnyl administration.
The unsolved drug is stored in a refrigerator, in a dark place at a temperature of not lower than +2 degrees.
The drug may be administrated for infant patients (up to two years). However, definite caution is necessary. The risk of precocious puberty exists when it is administrated by teenagers.
It is not contraindicated at pregnancy. But Pregnyl HCG shouldn’t be injected during breastfeeding. It should be appointed with care at a migraine (also in anamnesis), epilepsy, renal dysfunction, latent or expressed cardiovascular insufficiency arterial hypertension. In such cases continuous and attentive control of the treating doctor is required.