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This type of Gonal is a specific medicine used in assisted reproduction in order to stimulate and monitor the patient's ovarian cycle.
Interaction of GONAL-f with other medicinal products
The full range of Gonal-f medicines and the different doses can be combined with other homones in order to improve its stimulation effect in the patient's ovary, mainly in poor responder women.
Possible side effects of GONAL-f
Gonal-f is administered to the woman in assisted reproduction in order to lead to ovarian cycle stimulation. It can have some side effects or consequences.
Possible side effects of Ovitrelle
Although the administration of Ovitrelle within assisted reproductive treatments is highly safe, sometimes it can cause side effects or complications.
Contraindications of Ovitrelle
Ovitrelle is a widely used medicine. Although it has all safety guarantees, there are some situations in which it is not indicated. Thus, treatment with Ovitrelle should be performed under the supervision of a physician.
Therapeutic indications of Ovitrelle
Ovitrelle is administered to women in order to trigger ovulation during a cycle of artificial insemination, in vitro fertilisation or ICSI.
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