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What is a typical reaction for pergonal (menotropins) injections?
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Dr. Gerard Honore
Fertility Medicine
In brief: Pergonal (menotropins)
I wasn't sure pergonal (menotropins) was still available! the usual reaction is controlled ovarian hyperstimulation; its been around since early 1960s and very safe/effective.
Side effects are minor: pain at injection site, bruising, infrequently itching. If used and monitotred properly adverse reactions are quite rare; ovarian hyperstimulation syndrome is uncommon at under 1%.

In brief: Pergonal (menotropins)
I wasn't sure pergonal (menotropins) was still available! the usual reaction is controlled ovarian hyperstimulation; its been around since early 1960s and very safe/effective.
Side effects are minor: pain at injection site, bruising, infrequently itching. If used and monitotred properly adverse reactions are quite rare; ovarian hyperstimulation syndrome is uncommon at under 1%.
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