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What is Choriomon (Chorionic Gonadotrophin) used for?
Choriomon is a medicine used to improve ovulation in women with infertility. The active ingredient in Choriomon is Human Chorionic Gonadotrophin or HCG, which helps to increase ovulation by suppressing luteinizing hormone response to gonadotrophin-releasing hormone. Choriomon is given as an intravenous injection or a subcutaneous injection into the patient. HCG is also by some patients with obesity to aid weight loss.
How should I use Choriomon (Chorionic Gonadotrophin)?
Choriomon contains 5000IU of HCG per pack, along with the required solution for injection. These are packaged in two separate vials that will need mixing prior to administration via an injection into the muscle (intramuscular) or under the skin (subcutaneous).
Follow these steps to administer Choriomon:
The combined liquid and powder must remain refrigerated when not in use. It will expire 40 days after being mixed.
What are the side effects of Choriomon (Chorionic Gonadotrophin)?
Side effects may or may not occur when taking Choriomon. Below are a list of side effects that have previously been reported. If you notice any of the effects below, or any other side effects while using Choriomon, notify your doctor.
Before you begin treatment with Choriomon, you should make sure your prescribing doctor is aware of your medical history, any current medical issues, and any medicines you are currently taking. It is especially important to tell your doctor if you have any of the following:
Choriomon will be contraindicated in certain patients, while others will need dosage adjustments and/or close monitoring while receiving treatment.