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Clinical application of urinary follicle stimulating hormone

  Urotropin is a kind of human hormone, which is obtained from the human body after menopause. It has many effects on the body. For example, it can be used to treat women's infertility and promote the growth and development of eggs reasonably. It can also treat women's amenorrhea or uterine and ovary position. Let's take a closer look.

  Clinical application of urinary follicle stimulating hormone

  Intramuscular injection was given at 75-150U daily or 375U every other day until the urinary total estrogen level was 140μg/ 24h or the blood 17β-estradiol level was 800pg/ml. 10000U of choriotrophin was given once within 24-48 hours to induce ovulation.

Clinical application of urinary follicle stimulating hormone

  Side effects of follicle-stimulating hormone in urine

  1. Common uterine and ovary excessive irritation syndrome (OHSS), mild nausea, vomiting, discomfort or distension and pain in the stomach and lower abdomen, slight uterine and ovary enlargement (can be removed within 7 to 10 days); Mild, moderate and severe patients can cause uterine and ovary diameter enlargement to 10cm, chest shortness of breath, shortness of breath, reduced urination, pleural fluid, hepatic ascites, follicular cyst cleavage and bleeding, hypocalcemia, reduced blood flow, renal failure and even death.

  2. The risk factors of arterial embolism can be increased easily after taking medication.

  3. Men show a little male chest development during the urotropin-choriotropin treatment, but at this stage it is thought to be due to the effect of choriotropin.