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Infertility Medications-Application Instruction Sheets

This section provides information on how to use some of the currently prescribed infertility medications. For each drug, there is a set of instructions that outlines how to administer the medication-this might include giving yourself an injection or applying some type of gel. You can print out each instruction sheet, as needed. For some of the more commonly used drugs, you will also find additional prescribing information.

IM = Intramuscular Injection (into a muscle)
SC = Subcutaneous Injection (under the skin)
IVa = Intravaginally (placed into the vagina)


Bravelle   urofollitropin—IM or SC
Cetrotide   cetrorelix acetate—SC
Delestrogen   estradiol valerate
Follistim-AQ Cartridge /
Follistim PenTM
  follitropin beta for injection
Ganirelix Acetate   ganirelix acetate—SC
Gonal-F Multi-Dose   follitropin alfa—SC
Gonal-F RFF Pen   follitropin alfa—SC
Lupron   leuprolide acetate—SC
Luveris   lutropin alfa—SC
Menopur   menotropins for injections—SC
Novarel   chorionic gonadotropin—IM
Ovidrel   choriogonadotropin alfa—SC
Pregnyl®   human chorionic gonadotropin (hCG)—IM
Progesterone Generic   progesterone—IM

Last modified on: 14 March 2015

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