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Depends: Zoladex (goserelin) comes in 3.6 & 10.8 mg implants. The lower dose is designed to supress gonadotropin release (medical menopause) for 28 days. The higher dose for approx 3 months. Usually, you'll resume cycles 1 & 3 months respectively although there can be a 2-4 week lag depending on your age, ovulation patterns, and proximity to menopause. Remember it's not birth control and this is needed. ...Read more
I am having troubled nights and find it very hard to wake up even after 8 hrs sleep. Can it be the side effect of medication? I am on zoladex (goserelin). Thanks
I'm in zoladex (goserelin) had my 1st one 28 days ago about to have the 2nd one I have no side affects i'm on this cause I have cysts that bust i'm still in pain?
It and Lupron (leuprolide): Act in a complex hypothalamic/pituitary axis way, to turn of lh that stimulates testis to produce testosterone, which gives libido but also acts as jet fuel to stimulate pros ca growth. Flutamide/bicalutamide block cell receptors to the testosterone stimulation. ...Read more
Ask your doctor: www.drugs.com is a great website to get your question answered thoroughly. Also ask your doctor....Many times the inserts and web info is over the top complete and can be a bit scary. Ask your doc if he/she is having any side effect issues with other patients or what symptoms would be a concern. ...Read more
I'm using zoladex (goserelin) 10.8mg, but when i search about zoladex (goserelin) it says "the 10.8-milligram syringe should not be used in women" why?
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