Tag: leuprolide acetate
Endometriosis: Leuprolide Acetate InstructionsUpdated 29 November 2022 under Health Guides.
If your gynecologist has prescribed Leuprolide acetate (Lupron Depot®) to treat your endometriosis, please read the following important information. Leuprolide acetate (3-month formulation) is an injection (shot) that is given […]Read more »
Endometriosis: Leuprolide Acetate With Add–BackUpdated 29 August 2022 under Health Guides.
Leuprolide acetate (Lupron Depot®) is a type of gonadotropin–releasing hormone agonist (GnRH agonist) medicine. GnRH agonist medications help to lower pelvic pain caused by endometriosis. Add–back therapy is the addition […]Read more »
Endometriosis: Hormonal Treatment OverviewUpdated 29 November 2022 under Health Guides.
There is no surgical cure for endometriosis, and if it is untreated it can grow, causing pain and possibly lowering your changes of pregnancy in the future. This is why […]Read more »