FAQs ABOUT INDUCENT INJECTION
What is the use of INDUCENT INJECTION?
INDUCENT INJECTION is used in the treatment of female infertility. It can promote ovulation (release of matured egg from the ovaries) in women who do not produce eggs. It also helps in the growth and development of several egg follicles in women undergoing fertility treatments.
How INDUCENT INJECTION works?
INDUCENT INJECTION is an ovulation stimulator. It supplements your body with a sufficient amount of a female sex hormone called estrogen that is required for the normal growth and development of the ovarian (egg) follicles. As a result, it stimulates egg growth and maturation and promotes the release of matured eggs from the ovaries (ovulation) in women facing problems in becoming pregnant.
How INDUCENT INJECTION is administered?
INDUCENT INJECTION will be given to you only by a doctor or a nurse into the vein (intravenously) or under the skin (subcutaneously). It can also be self-administered by the patients if advised by the physician. Carefully, follow the instructions given by the doctor in case of self-administration.
What precautions must be followed while receiving INDUCENT INJECTION?
Before receiving INDUCENT INJECTION inform your doctor if you have any unexplained vaginal bleeding, blood clot problems or any tumours in the brain, breast, uterus or ovaries. You must also inform your doctor if you have any damage in the fallopian tubes, as treatment with INDUCENT INJECTION may cause ectopic pregnancy (pregnancy outside of the womb) in such cases. INDUCENT INJECTION should not be used in pregnant women after successful conception. Regularly visit your doctor and perform all blood tests and ultrasounds recommended by him/her without fail.
Is INDUCENT INJECTION safe?
INDUCENT INJECTION is considered safe at the doses administered by the physician. However, consult your doctor if you experience any unusual side effects
What are the common side effects of receiving INDUCENT INJECTION?
The most common side effects of receiving INDUCENT INJECTION are hot flushes, stomach pain, headache and injection site reactions (such as pain, redness, and swelling). Consult your doctor if they worsen.
Can I stop receiving INDUCENT INJECTION once my symptoms subside?
Do not stop taking INDUCENT INJECTION without consulting your doctor. You need to receive INDUCENT INJECTION for the duration recommended by your doctor to achieve better results.
Can I use INDUCENT INJECTION during pregnancy?
INDUCENT INJECTION should not be used in pregnant women after successful conception. Therefore, consult your doctor for advice.
Can INDUCENT INJECTION be used in children?
The safety and effectiveness of INDUCENT INJECTION have not been established in children and adolescents (aged below 18 years). Therefore, consult your doctor for advice.