HUCOG 5000 IU INJECTION
Contact your doctor further instructions if you miss a scheduled dose of this medicine.
Contact your doctor if an overdose with this medicine is suspected.
This medication stimulates the ovaries to produce progesterone and promotes ovulation in women who are in the reproductive age group. In men, this medicine acts by stimulating cells in the testicles to produce androgens (testosterone and other male hormones).
- Allergic reactions at the site of injection, such as bruising, pain, redness, swelling and rashes at the injection site
- Widespread rash and fever may occur
- Severe pain in the abdomen, nausea, diarrhoea, painful breasts, also if it occurs a few days after you receive your last injection, since it could be a sign of unwanted over stimulation of the ovaries (OHSS)
- Collection of fluid in the abdomen and/or chest (which may cause sudden weight gain due to fluid build-up) or clots in the blood vessels
- Fluid may be retained in the tissues, usually marked by swelling of ankles or feet, and occasionally enlargement of the breast may occur. This can be caused by an increased androgen production by treatment with HCG
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