HCG is a hormone that is naturally produced by the female placenta during a normal pregnancy. This medicine’s action is highly similar to luteinizing hormone (LH), because this hormone is known to be able to cause ovulation. If it is combined with other medicines and drugs, Ovidac (HCG) is highly effective in helping female patients become pregnant. This drug can also help males patients that are suffering from fertility issues (a treatment with this medicine usually enables such cases to produce a higher amount of testosterone).
Ovidac (HCG) is a medicine that is regularly prescribed to male patients because of its ability to induce
– Hypogonadotrophic hypogonadism. – Some patients who were suffering from idiopathic dysspermias have positively responded to a treatment with this medicine. – Delayed puberty which is regularly associated with an insufficient function of the gonadotrophic pituitary glands. – Cryptorchidism, (not the one that is triggered by an abnormal anatomical obstruction).
Ovidac (HCG) Indications
Ovidac (HCG) is a popular medicine that helps both male and female patients deal with infertility. However, this medicine can also be used for some other purposes (to treat or to prevent some other medical conditions) that have not been listed here.
Ovidac (HCG) Dosage
Dosage in the case of female patients: They should be administered one injection of 5 000-10 000 I.U. of this medicine. Dosage in the case of male patients: They should be administered an injection of 1000-2000 I.U. of medicine, from 2 to 3 times each week. It is best that each dose of Ovidac (HCG) should be administered by an authorized medical healthcare provider.
Ovidac (HCG) Overdose
This medicine’s acute toxicity is very low. The average symptoms of an overdose with Ovidac (HCG) are not known in the case of human patients.
Ovidac (HCG) Missed Dose
Ask your personal physician what to do in case you miss one of your prescribed doses of Ovidac (HCG).
Ovidac (HCG) Side effects
A prolonged treatment with this medicine is known to trigger several reactions at the injection site (like pain, bruising, redness, itching and swelling). Some patients who had been treated with Ovidac (HCG) have experienced some allergic reactions to this medicine that were manifesting as rash, pain or swelling at the injection site. Ovidac (HCG)’s rare side effects are known to include fever or rash.
Female patients who have been treated with this product have experienced unpleasant ovarian hyperstimulation syndrome. In the case of male patients who have received Ovidac (HCG), sodium and water retention is occasionally experienced, especially after the patient has been administered a high dose of this medicine (this condition is probably triggered by an excessive androgen production). In some cases, a treatment with Ovidac (HCG) may sometimes cause gynaecomastia.