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|US Brand Name||Novarel|
|Generic Name||HCG (Human Chorionic Gonadotropin)|
Hucog (liquid Form)2000 i.u is an injection meant to be given under the skin or into a muscle. It contains Human chorionic gonadotropin (HCG) that assist in the normal development of an egg in a woman’s ovary and stimulate the ovary to release the egg during ovulation. Hucog injection is similar to HCG hormone found in the body, which helps in reproduction and fertility. The doctor prescribes HCG shot to cause ovulation and to treat infertility in women. It is also effective for males with hypogonadism. If you experience an unusual reaction in your body after taking medicine, talk to your doctor straight away. It is important to use this medication under the guidance of a doctor.
The dosage of Hucog (Liquid Form) 2000 i.u depends on many factors such as the patient’s age, history of medical conditions, current health condition, and many other conditions. The medicine will be given in the hospital by your doctor. Do not self-administer the drug. If you forget to take a dose of Hucog 2000 HP injection, avoid taking two doses simultaneously. However, the chances of missing a dose are less as your doctor will usually give Hucog injection in the hospital.
Do not use Hucog HP (Liquid Form) 2000 i.u if you:
- Are allergic to HCG or any other ingredients of the medicine
- Have vaginal bleeding due to an unknown reason
- Have a cyst in the ovaries
- Have swelling of your veins or blood clotting in your veins
- Had an extrauterine pregnancy recently
- Have a tumor of the hypothalamus or pituitary gland
- Are not able to conceive due to menopause or early menopause or abnormal sexual organ functions
Let your doctor know if you have kidney disease, heart problem, drug, or alcohol addiction; speak to your doctor before using the HCG shot. Follow your doctor to avoid an adverse reaction.
The most common side effects of Hucog-2000 HP injection include headache, fatigue, breast pain, irritation, diarrhea, restlessness, swelling, redness, injection site pain, blood clotting problems, ovarian hyperstimulation syndrome. Interaction with alcohol is unknown. It is recommended to consult your doctor before consumption. These side effects can usually occur in patients; however, not every who get the shot experiences them. Talk to your doctor if you are allergic to food or any medicine.