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How long after stopping lupron (leuprolide) for endometriosis will it take for your body to go back to normal?
When should lupron (leuprolide) be used to treat ovarian cysts? I have a functional & complex - keep growing and bc not stopping new cysts
It kind of: Depends on your symptoms. Are you in pain? Are the cysts large? Do you have endometriosis or pain? The medicine is not a cake walk in that it is expensive and will places into menopause with all the drawbacks. It may not resolve the cysts either. I am suprised they enlarge on the ocp. How long have u been on them? ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Skin is breaking out really badly ever since i had a surgery and this is my second injection of the lupron (leuprolide) shot. What can I do to stop the breakouts?
Medical Treatment: Breakouts should be treated by dermatology. You may start with over-the-counter topical cleasner (benzoyl peroxide 5%) but you will eventually need prescription medications such as tretinoin cream, topical and oral antibiotics. Your dermatologist will determine the appropriate combination of medications. ...Read more
On the mid-luteal protocol and was to stop taking bc pills after 5 days of lupron, (leuprolide) I missed this and took bc for 7 days instead- have i ruined chances?
Off lupron (leuprolide) for 3+ mo. Going to take ocp to bring back af. Going to stop after i get 1st cycle bc i want to ttc. How long after last pill can I try ttc?
Does Lupron (leuprolide) for treatment of prostate cancer, also stop the formation of seminal liquid.
Hormone inhibitor: Lupron (aka leuprolide) inhibits the production of testosterone and estrogen from the testes and ovaries, respectively. It is used in the treatment of a number of things including endometriosis, prostate and breast cancer and inappropriately early puberty in kiddos, each of which is made worse by excessive testosterone or estrogen secretion. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Menopausal effects: Lupron (leuprolide) injections are used for many reasons in gynecology, most commonly in the treatment of fibroids and endometriosis. Essentially, Lupron (leuprolide) shuts down ovarian function and leads to a menopausal state. Therefore, side effects include hot flashes, vaginal dryness, mood swings, decreased libido, and bone loss. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer