Hucog is the most spectacular human chorionic gonadotropin (HCG) hormone that is available to support the pregnancy in women.
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Hucog is the most spectacular human chorionic gonadotropin (HCG) hormone that is available to support the pregnancy in women. HCG is a hormone secreted by the placenta during pregnancy. Hucog 10000 i.u (international units) comprises of an active ingredient HCG, which nourishes the egg after it has been fertilized and connects to the uterine wall. The drug is used to cause ovulation and to treat infertility in women. It may also be used to treat men with lower sperm count as it releases the testosterone hormone to increase the sperm count into the semen for increasing the rate of fertilization. The medicine can be prescribed to the young boys with a pituitary gland disease. The doctors prescribe this natural hormone as an injectable drug with the brand names Novarel and Pregnyl.
How To Take
After adding the solvent to the freeze-dried substance, the reconstituted Hucog 10000 i.u. solution should be slowly administered subcutaneously or intramuscularly. If you are using this product at your home, then carefully follow the injection procedure taught to you by your physician. Do not self-inject this drug if you do not fully understand how to use the injection. Use each disposable needle one time. The dosage regimen employed in any particular case will depend on the indication for use, weight and age of the patients, and the physician’s referral. It is your physician who will advise you on when the medication is to be taken. You must ensure that you stick to these instructions. You must not take more quantity than has been prescribed by the physician.
Hucog 10000 i.u. should not be administered to patients with hypersensitivity to human gonadotropin or any of the excipients. It should not be used in patients with known or suspected hormone-dependent tumors, such as breast, uterus, and ovary in women and prostatic carcinoma in men. The drug is not indicated for patients with fibroid tumors of the uterus incompatible with pregnancy. It may cause fetal defects, therefore, should not be taken by the pregnant women.