HCG while with pituitary tumor

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    Newly Approved Drug Therapies (647): Ovidrel (gonadotropin, chorionic human recombinant), Serono Laboratories

    Side Effects
    Ovidrel is contraindicated in patients who have shown:

    prior hypersensitivity to hCG preparations or one of their excipients
    primary ovarian failure
    uncontrolled thyroid or adrenal dysfunction
    uncontrolled organic intracranial lesion such as a pituitary tumor
    abnormal uterine bleeding of undetermined origin
    ovarian cysts
    sex hormone dependent tumors of the reproductive tract and accessory organs
    pregnancy
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    Common side effects of Ovidrel include, but are not limited to:
    injection site inflammation
    flatulence
    diarrhea
    hiccup

    ectopic pregnancy
    breast pain
    intermenstrual bleeding
    vaginal hemorrhage
    cervical lesion
    leukorrhea
    ovarian hyperstimulation
    uterine disorders
    vaginitis
    body and back pain
    fever
    dizziness
    headache

    hot flashes
    paraesthesias
    rash
    emotional lability

    insomnia
    upper respiratory tract infection
    urinary tract infection
    cough

    dysuria
    urinary incontinence
    albuminuria
    cardiac arrhythmia
    genital herpes

    leukocytosis
    heart murmur
    cervical carcinoma

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    What was the point of that?

    Listed side effects from trials include anything that might happen in the sample group and often include things that are obviously not caused by the therapy.

    Women take 2000 or 3000iu in a single IM. Side effects for males taking 240iu EDO or less are not really in-scope.
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    Quote Originally Posted by KSman View Post
    What was the point of that?

    Listed side effects from trials include anything that might happen in the sample group and often include things that are obviously not caused by the therapy.

    Women take 2000 or 3000iu in a single IM. Side effects for males taking 240iu EDO or less are not really in-scope.
    On another thread (that I lost track of) somebody was complaining that he is sensitive to HCG. He got advice to try Ovidrel as it is syntetic, not derived from human sources.
    This person may already be in a special group.

    While looking after Qvidrel I came across side effects and I thought that I may underline those that may be applicable to men.

    Size of a dose indeed may be a large factor.

    There is number of people here having pituitary tumors, until I read about Ovidrel I did not realised that possibly they should think twice using HCG of any kind.

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    I have liposarcoma, and while I am itching to use HGH I am not going to do it.
    There are people with cancers among us and it would help if we could look at this angle.
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    Quote Originally Posted by JanSz View Post
    On another thread (that I lost track of) somebody was complaining that he is sensitive to HCG. He got advice to try Ovidrel as it is syntetic, not derived from human sources.
    This person may already be in a special group.

    While looking after Qvidrel I came across side effects and I thought that I may underline those that may be applicable to men.

    Size of a dose indeed may be a large factor.

    There is number of people here having pituitary tumors, until I read about Ovidrel I did not realised that possibly they should think twice using HCG of any kind.

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    I have liposarcoma, and while I am itching to use HGH I am not going to do it.
    There are people with cancers among us and it would help if we could look at this angle.
    I guess that I feel that if HCG, LH and FST have so many aspects in common, that if one takes HCG in amounts that replace the effective actions of LH, such as 250iu EOD, then the effects of the HCG should be no more of a risk than the natural levels of LH of a normal younger male. I do not pretend to undertand what liposarcoma is or the risks. But at least you can terminate your levels of HCG if things seem adverse while a guy with OK levels of LH would have a hard time effecting such a thing.

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