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Progynon Depot Transgender Dose
I ask about using lupron (leuprolide) depot 11.25 3 month dose yesterday. To be more specific, would u ever use that dose every 28 days on a chlid? Why or why not
When considering the use of lupron (leuprolide) depot 11.25 3 month injection for precious puberty, would you ever use that dose every 28 days instead? Why/why not
Consult your doctor: For precocious puberty, the 11.25 mg Lupron (leuprolide) every 3 months is sufficient 90-95% of the time. If her breasts are getting bigger or she continues to grow too rapidly, your daughter's ped endo might consider giving the Lupron (leuprolide) every 2 months but it is usually not necessary to give it more often as it is designed to be released slowly enough to last 3 months ...Read more
After a single 3-month dose of Lupron Depot, how long until I should expect my menstrual cycle (and pain) to come back?
Varies: It may be as much as 2-3 months after the Depo wears off to regain normal cycles. It can vary from person to person ...Read more
Are there any pediatric endocrinologist that are totally against the use of adult dose lupron (leuprolide) depot. If so, why? I'm trying to make a decision.
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R there any pediatric endo doctors that do not use lupron (leuprolide) depot adult dose's on children for prec. Puberty? Reasons? Trying to make a decision.
Precocious puberty: Referred your question to pediatric endocrinologists.Get a more detailed answer ›
I have been diagnosed with endometriosis I have had two laproscopy and also been treated with 2 six month doses of lupron depot to help control the pain i also have mirena my doctor tells me there is nothing else he can do for the pain i constantly have p
Endometriosis: First, has your doctor treated all visible disease at each laparoscopy - or used it mainly for diagnosis? If the latter, you might benefit from seeing a specialist surgeon. If 'yes, ' has your doctor helped you rule out other possible causes of pain (besides endometriosis?) bladder or intestinal disease? A pain management specialist may also be able to help. Best wishes! ...Read more
I had a 25mg Haldol (haloperidol) depot test dose on Monday. i have intense muscle cramps, aches and joint pain. Will this ease?
Taken 2 injs of Primolut Depot 250mg( 4 doses /1 per week ) for adenomyosis. No bleeding but belly pain, lots of urine & severe pain in tailbone & leg?
Male2Fem transgender.Same hormone dose for months.Y more moody some days than others. Hormones stable,so why do some days feel so much more emotional?
Organic/Mechanical: Moods are affected by way more than sex hormones and even they become modified by other body functions. We're a very complexly interacting ecosystem. Metabolism of food/fluid/drug content will interact as will stress chemicals like corticosteroids - even temperature can make a difference and barometric pressure. It's a wonder we can keep two feet on the ground! It's why men find us so challenging! ...Read more
Long-actng injection: It is the delivery of a medication into a fat deposit by injection that slowly releases medication into the body over one to four weeks generally. It is often a psychiatric medication or a hormone. It an sometimes an important mode of delivery to effectively treat certain conditions under certain circumstances. Do not get the picture of an institutionalized person being forced to be medicated. ...Read more
Sort of: There is a medication in the US called "Daytrana", which is a patch that can be placed on your skin, and it lasts 10 hrs. There are no "depot shots" available however. This might be a good alternative if you do not want to take tablets, however. ...Read more
Deca vs other test.: Anabolic steroids are anabolic steroids. Some have different half lifes, meaning their duration of action is longer or shorter after administration. In adult males showing laboratory documentation of low total and or free testosterone, prescribing is fda approved. "deca" or nandrolone deconoate is a time tested and proven anabolic, with the positive effect as acting as a joint lubricant. A+++++. ...Read more
Risperdal Consta: 2 weeks per injection.Get a more detailed answer ›
Med side effects: Depot injections usually last 4-6 weeks. Once the medication wears off, the side effects should as well. I would speak to your doctor about your concerns so that this suspected side effect can be monitored. ...Read more
Endometriosis ...: Depo-lupron monthly or 3-month injections are used for women with endometriosis or chronic pelvic pain, men with prostate cancer, and children with puberty too young. It may be used to shrink uterine fibroids before surgery. Depo-lupron is used in fertility treatment to prevent ovulation in frozen embryo transfer cycles & egg donor recipients, and can be used before ivf in women with endometriosis. ...Read more
Not much.: Declutter entire bedroom & any other effected rooms. Check this site for instructions: http://treatmentforbedbugs.Com/ place all junk in tightly sealed plastic & dispose of it. Wash clothing, linens, towels in hot water. Dry on highest heat - then repeat. Place clean items in a sealed bag to prevent re-infestation. Steam clean what you can't place in drier. Vacuum everything using a >. ...Read more
Lupron for what?: Need more information. For what problem are you on Lupron? What symptoms are you having that are not going away on Lupron. Best wishes! ...Read more
Assume Pelvic Pain: ? Diagnosis endometriosis and pain. If Lupron (leuprolide) is not helping, the pain is either coming from very severe endo, or from another source. A common associated pain is from the inguinal region and is often associated with endo. Surgery to correct this relieves pain in more than 80%. There are other potential causes of pain that should be evaluated. Seek pelvic pain/endo specialist for more help. ...Read more
Terrible: Hate the drug. It has bad side effects and very few indications in my opinion. If it's given for endometriosis or pain, there are other treatments. The most effective treatment of endo is surgical excision. This can cure the disease but there are few providers capable of this procedure. Recurrent pain after surgery needs to be addressed but Lupron (leuprolide) is not the answer. Ther are a few indication. ...Read more
Wife's getting proluton depot for a while & at injection site swelling and pain is normal. But this time its bad & not going away, we already used ice.
Local reaction: Check to see if it's the same manufacturer. Could be a local reaction to preservative. Other possibilities are infection due to the injection. If the redness spreads and the pain worsens, she should see her physician to have it appropriately diagnosed. ...Read more
I have been on the depot shot for almost a year now, what can I take to flush out the injection out of my system ? what should I do or eat to boost my fertility?
Usually Mild: When i treat patients with Depo-Provera Lupron (leuprolide) (for instance for endometriosis) i usual;y use add back therapy, this is a second medicine used to prevent the side effects from lupron (leuprolide). The addback usually reduces or gets rid of any hot flashes, any vaginal dryness, or any mood swings. So in this way i usually prevent side effects from ever occurring. ...Read more
Depo-Lupron: It is incredibly unusual for a doctor to recommend treatment with depo-lupron for 11 years. This medication is not considered a long-term treatment of any gynecological condition. It's normally used for 6-12 months at a time to control endometriosis, shrink fibroids ; a few other situations. The main concern is poor bone health. Although other complications are possible from early menopause. ...Read more