General Information On Luveris
Luveris is used to treat infertility in females. The active ingredient in the medicine is Lutropin Alpha, and it is a follicle stimulating hormone. Luveris is administered in the form of a subcutaneous injection.
Luveris works by supplying luteinizing hormone to the female’s body, so that it may combine with FSH and ovulation may begin.
Women whose ovaries are no longer able to produce eggs will not be recommended to buy Luveris. You should also not use it if you have got your uterus removed via a hysterectomy.
Side effects of Luveris
Luveris is not meant to be used by women who have thyroid problems, adrenal dysfunction, breast tumor or cancer, ovarian cysts, or cancer of the pituitary gland, uterus, hypothalamus or ovary.
Luveris treatment increases your chances of giving birth to multiple babies, such as twins or triplets. It also increases your chances of having an ectopic pregnancy. You should discuss the involved risks and precautions with your doctor.
The drug reduces your ability to fight infections. Therefore, you should try to stay away from patients having flu, measles, chicken pox or any other infection.
Before starting Luveris treatment, you should ensure that you are not pregnant. If taken during pregnancy, the medicine may cause serious birth defects in the child.
Women who buy Luveris may commonly encounter nosebleeds, dizziness, headache, insomnia, mouth sores, tiredness, diarrhea, or changes in taste. Some patients may also have temporary hair loss. These are mild side effects of the drug and subside on their own within a few days. However, you should seek medical help if any of these become too troublesome.
Some serious side effects associated with Luveris include dehydration, easy bruising or bleeding, pain in the calf or groin, fainting, muscle cramps, weakness or redness, and swelling or pain in the arms or legs.
Luveris may have an effect on your nerves, which may lead to sensitivity to cold, trouble speaking, jaw tightness, difficulty swallowing, trouble breathing, chest pressure, strange feeling in the tongue, eye pain, or tingling or numbness in the mouth, feet, throat, or hands.
In rare instances, Luveris may also lead to vision changes, black stools, seizures, temporary loss of vision, shortness of breath, chest pain, sudden confusion or dry cough.
Do not buy Luveris online or from a drugstore if you have an allergy to it. Symptoms of an allergic reaction include hives, severe dizziness, difficulty breathing, or swelling or itching of the face, throat, lips or tongue.
Dosage of Luveris
The recommended dosage is Luveris 75iu, given to the patient subcutaneously daily but not for longer than 14 days. You may receive this injection daily in combination with other medicines like Gonal-F.
Drug Interactions of Luveris
There are no major drug interactions with Luveris.
However, you should tell your doctor about all the prescription and non-prescription medicines you are taking at present, including nutritional supplements and herbal preparations.