Basic Information On Suprefact Injection
Suprefact injection is an agonist of GnRH (gonadotropin releasing hormone). Thus, the drug is designed in such a way that it mimics the effects and actions of GnRH. It is used in the treatment and management of hormone responsive cancers which include breast cancer and prostate cancer. It is also indicated in the treatment of estrogen dependent conditions which include uterine fibroids or endometriosis (a condition where extra tissues grow within or outside the uterus). The drug acts by constantly stimulating the pituitary. This in turn decreases the secretion of follicular stimulating hormone (FSH) and luteinizing hormone (LH) of the gonadotropin. Brand or generic Suprefact injection is also useful in suppressing the production of testosterone. The drug is a prescription medication.
Precautions / Side Effects For Suprefact Injection
Side effects of Suprefact injection may include pain in the bones, muscle weakness especially muscles of the legs and impaired micturition. Other side effects of the drug include vomiting, nausea, diarrhea, headache, dizziness, pulmonary embolism and thrombosis. If any of these side effects prolong or worsen then consult your physician. Buserelin has the ability to suppress the synthesis of sex hormones. This may lead to loss of potency or decreased libido, breast enlargement, mood swings and hot flushes.
If you have had a prior history of depression then you must administer Suprefact injection drug with caution. Do not administer the drug if you are allergic to any of its components. This drug should be avoided by men who have non-hormone dependent cancers. Pregnant women and breast feeding women must avoid the drug. Also, if you (women) have abnormal bleeding from the vagina which is not diagnosed, then avoid the administration of the drug. Also Buserelin should not be administered by men who have prostate cancer and have removed the testicles.
Suprefact Injection Dosage
In adults with prostate cancer the recommended dose of Suprefact injection is 500 mcg (or 0.5 mg) to be administered every 8 hours. The drug is administered by injecting it under the skin. The physician may adjust the dosage (either increase or decrease) of the drug based on the patient’s response and tolerability. The dose of brand or generic Suprefact injection is different for different patients. After starting the treatment, the dose of the drug may be reduced to 200 mcg (or 0.2 mg) which is administered daily once. As a nasal spray the dose is 2 sprays (which is equal to 200 mcg) in each nostril administered every 8 hours.
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