Application Information

This drug has been submitted to the FDA under the reference 017646/001.

Names and composition

"PERGONAL" is the commercial name of a drug composed of MENOTROPINS (FSH and LH).

Forms

ApplId/ProductId Drug name Active ingredient Form Strenght
017646/001 PERGONAL MENOTROPINS (FSH;LH) INJECTABLE/INJECTION 75 IU per AMP and 75 IU per AMP
017646/002 PERGONAL MENOTROPINS (FSH;LH) INJECTABLE/INJECTION 150 IU per AMP and 150 IU per AMP

Similar Active Ingredient

ApplId/ProductId Drug name Active ingredient Form Strenght
017646/001 PERGONAL MENOTROPINS (FSH;LH) INJECTABLE/INJECTION 75 IU per AMP and 75 IU per AMP
017646/002 PERGONAL MENOTROPINS (FSH;LH) INJECTABLE/INJECTION 150 IU per AMP and 150 IU per AMP
020328/001 HUMEGON MENOTROPINS (FSH;LH) INJECTABLE/INJECTION 75 IU per VIAL and 75 IU per VIAL
020328/002 HUMEGON MENOTROPINS (FSH;LH) INJECTABLE/INJECTION 150 IU per VIAL and 150 IU per VIAL
021047/001 REPRONEX MENOTROPINS (FSH;LH) INJECTABLE/INTRAMUSCULAR, SUBCUTANEOUS 75 IU per VIAL and 75 IU per VIAL
021047/002 REPRONEX MENOTROPINS (FSH;LH) INJECTABLE/INJECTION 150 IU per VIAL and 150 IU per VIAL
021663/001 MENOPUR MENOTROPINS (FSH;LH) INJECTABLE/SUBCUTANEOUS 75 IU per VIAL and 75 IU per VIAL
073598/001 MENOTROPINS MENOTROPINS (FSH;LH) INJECTABLE/INJECTION 75 IU per VIAL and 75 IU per VIAL
073599/001 MENOTROPINS MENOTROPINS (FSH;LH) INJECTABLE/INJECTION 150 IU per VIAL and 150 IU per VIAL

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Answered questions

What is a typical Rx for Pergonal injections?
Asked by Doyle Hedgebeth 1 year ago.

I would also recommend checking with your pharmacist to see what they say. Answered by Delisa Essix 1 year ago.


False Positive Pregnancy?
I have been a compound tech for a couple of months. I was constantly inhaling drugs such as Progesterone, Testosterone.... I took a pregnancy test twice and they both came out positive. Do you think there was any chemicals that I could have ingested by accident that would give me a false-positive? I quit my job as... Asked by Frank Presas 1 year ago.

I have been a compound tech for a couple of months. I was constantly inhaling drugs such as Progesterone, Testosterone.... I took a pregnancy test twice and they both came out positive. Do you think there was any chemicals that I could have ingested by accident that would give me a false-positive? I quit my job as soon as I found out incase I am pregnant and I didn't want to hurt the baby. I am excited to be pregnant but my first dr. appointment isn't for over a month. Thanks! Answered by Jayme Celmer 1 year ago.

The only drug that effects pregnancy tests is Pergonal or something quite like that: I don't think you could inhale enough hormone to have the tests react to it. Considering how many moms continue to take birth control pills/androgen treatments and Depo shots, I'd say you're probably okay. Still, if you're really worried, you can call your doctor's office and discuss your worries with his nurses. That's what they're there for. Answered by Katheryn Hosea 1 year ago.

A hpt does not look for progesterone or testosterone, it measures HCg, something totally different. We have the other two hormones in our body anyway. HCg is only present during a pregnancy or if you're undergoing certain treatments. Sounds like a positive test. Congrats! Answered by Cherry Cantakis 1 year ago.

There is a VERY VERY rare chance that you are not pregnant... If you read the directions, they clearly state that there is a good chance that there could be a false negative but a false positve rarely occurs. Inhaliants wouldn't have any impact on the outcome of your pregnancy test. Congrats on the pregnancy! Answered by Yoshiko Rosenfeldt 1 year ago.

Was it the same brand pregnancy test? If you used the same brand it could have been a bad batch of tests, if you are worried it is not correct. Get a different brand of pregnancy test and see if it gives you the same results. If it says yes too then I would bet to say congrats on your pregnancy. =) Answered by Bettina Buddy 1 year ago.

I would doubt it. Women on birth control dont get false positives on pregnancy tests as the tests do not test for estrogen/progesterone levels. Answered by Lily Delamar 1 year ago.

No, the test looks for HCG. You are pregnant. Congrats. Answered by Kyra Boltz 1 year ago.

Congratulations mommy!! Answered by Willia Rook 1 year ago.

maybe. if u are...congrats Answered by Gerry Palomaki 1 year ago.


What is a typical Rx for Pergonal injections?
Asked by Addie Delduca 1 year ago.

I would also recommend checking with your pharmacist to see what they say. Answered by Lewis Labaro 1 year ago.


False Positive Pregnancy?
I have been a compound tech for a couple of months. I was constantly inhaling drugs such as Progesterone, Testosterone.... I took a pregnancy test twice and they both came out positive. Do you think there was any chemicals that I could have ingested by accident that would give me a false-positive? I quit my job as... Asked by Ann Soter 1 year ago.

I have been a compound tech for a couple of months. I was constantly inhaling drugs such as Progesterone, Testosterone.... I took a pregnancy test twice and they both came out positive. Do you think there was any chemicals that I could have ingested by accident that would give me a false-positive? I quit my job as soon as I found out incase I am pregnant and I didn't want to hurt the baby. I am excited to be pregnant but my first dr. appointment isn't for over a month. Thanks! Answered by Jamel Wyckoff 1 year ago.

The only drug that effects pregnancy tests is Pergonal or something quite like that: I don't think you could inhale enough hormone to have the tests react to it. Considering how many moms continue to take birth control pills/androgen treatments and Depo shots, I'd say you're probably okay. Still, if you're really worried, you can call your doctor's office and discuss your worries with his nurses. That's what they're there for. Answered by Shanita Arpino 1 year ago.

A hpt does not look for progesterone or testosterone, it measures HCg, something totally different. We have the other two hormones in our body anyway. HCg is only present during a pregnancy or if you're undergoing certain treatments. Sounds like a positive test. Congrats! Answered by Luciana Shakespear 1 year ago.

There is a VERY VERY rare chance that you are not pregnant... If you read the directions, they clearly state that there is a good chance that there could be a false negative but a false positve rarely occurs. Inhaliants wouldn't have any impact on the outcome of your pregnancy test. Congrats on the pregnancy! Answered by Larhonda Makua 1 year ago.

Was it the same brand pregnancy test? If you used the same brand it could have been a bad batch of tests, if you are worried it is not correct. Get a different brand of pregnancy test and see if it gives you the same results. If it says yes too then I would bet to say congrats on your pregnancy. =) Answered by Violette Boyson 1 year ago.

I would doubt it. Women on birth control dont get false positives on pregnancy tests as the tests do not test for estrogen/progesterone levels. Answered by Lydia Mcgwin 1 year ago.

No, the test looks for HCG. You are pregnant. Congrats. Answered by Angelena Brisky 1 year ago.

Congratulations mommy!! Answered by Suzy Schnurr 1 year ago.

maybe. if u are...congrats Answered by Darren Houts 1 year ago.


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