Follitropin Beta Injectable
The active substance in Puregon, follitropin beta, is a copy of the natural hormone follicle stimulating hormone (FSH). In the body, FSH regulates the reproductive function: in women, it stimulates the production of eggs, and in men, it stimulates the production of sperm by the testicles.
abdominal pain or bloating. redness, pain, or swelling at injection site (continued) signs of a blood clot in blood vessels, such as sudden vision change or dizziness, chest pain, pain and swelling in one leg muscle. vaginal bleeding.
A specialty pharmacy can distribute prescription medications that are either high cost, high complexity, or require more instruction to administer. Most medications for fertility procedures must be purchased from a specialty pharmacy.
Rox San Pharmacy
Glen Rock Medical Pharmacy
MDR Pharmaceutical Care
Avella Specialty Pharmacy
Elwyn Specialty Care
Ambulatory Care Pharmacy
Village Fertility Pharmacy
Freedom Fertility Pharmacy
Mandell's Clinical Pharmacy
This stuff costs $1000 per tube, and we'll your going to need a lot of tubes this cost was half of what we paid for the whole process! I guess if it's doing the job then god bless this medicine but it's expensive stays in your fridge and does not burn or hurt like some of the other shots you have to take
I found the pen very easy to use. I was able to retrieve 25 eggs for my IVF using 150 dose with menopur.
Not great results for me.
My first try with Follistim pen worked and I'm 10 weeks and 2 days pregnant.