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Zoladex Implant Dosage
Chemical menopause: Zoladex (goserelin) 3.6 mg implanted every 28 days will put a woman chemically into menopause and make her menstrual periods stop. In fact, about 2 weeks after the first implant there will be a hormone withdrawal bleeding, after the next implant there will be no bleeding, if the medication works perfectly. ...Read more
Trying to conceive after fibroid removal and course of Zoladex (goserelin) implant - heavy and painful periods still, 4 months after treatment?
Normal will return: Hello, As you know Zoladex (goserelin) suppresses the hormones that the ovary produces. Now that the course of suppression is over, the ovaries will begin to cycle. The brain/ovary/uterus system is very complex and it could take a little time for you to cycle perfectly. Also consider that you have had pelvic surgery which represents a stress to all systems especially the reproductive system. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Have just had my first dose of zoladex (goserelin) to prepare my womb. What could be a side effect?
Many Things: Hot flashes (flushing), dizziness, headache, increased sweating, decreased sexual interest/ability, trouble sleeping, nausea, change in breast size, hair loss, or mental/mood changes (such as depression, mood swings, hallucinations) may occur. Pain, bruising, bleeding, redness, or swelling at the injection site may also occur. Vaginal dryness may also occur. ...Read more
Zoladex (goserelin): Zoladex (goserelin) is helpful for treatment of prostate cancer in men and breast cancer in women. I am sorry if you have one of these conditions and wish you well. If you are on Zoladex (goserelin) please have your doctor to give you all the information available. You can also look up Zoladex (goserelin) on the web. ...Read more
Is 133.5pmol/l for estrogen and 1.31nmol/l for progesterone low or high if I've been on zoladex (goserelin) for 7 mth?
See answer : Depends on the reason you are on Zoladex (goserelin)...If it is Endometriosis, then your pain should have resolved or if you are on it for bleeding then bleeding should have resolved. Bottom line is it shouldn't matter what your Estradiol and Progesterone are, although your ovaries are suppressed by the levels you posted and your medication is working. Hope this helps. ...Read more
Is there anything i can do to decrease side effects for zoladex (goserelin) or make them more manageable? Add back therapy will be used.
Im worried that i may be pregnant, i had a zoladex (goserelin) injection in november 10, 8mg , but i still haven't started bleeding, could it be possible.
I am eighteen and I have endometriosis, i'm feeling terrible so one of my doctors is prescribing zoladex, (goserelin) the other wants surgery. Best option is..
Endometriosis: Have you had surgery already? If not, start with that. ...Read more