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Chorionic Overview
Drug Name: Chorionic
Generic Name(s): Chorionic gonadotropin.
Drug Class: Gonadotropins.
Treats: Induce testicular descent, hypogonadotropic hypogonadism, induction of ovulation, pregnancy

Chorionic is a preparation of human chorionic gonadotrophin obtained from the urine of pregnant women. The drug stimulates steroid production by the gonads by virtue of a biological effect similar to that of luteinizing hormone. Chorionic works in the same way as pituitary LH. Chorionic stimulates the production of gonadal steroid hormones. These hormones are androgens that are produced by the interstitial cells of the testis and progesterone produced by the corpus luteum of the ovary.

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  • Chorionic Uses

    Chorionic is thought to induce testicular descent in situations when descent would have occurred at puberty. Chorionic is also used in few cases of hypogonadotropic hypogonadism in males. Chorionic is also indicated for the induction of ovulation and pregnancy in the anovulatory, infertile female where the cause of anovulation is secondary and is not as a consequence of primary ovarian failure. The woman should have also been treated with FSH-containing preparations. In females, chorionic is used to help conception occur. The drug is in most cases administered in combination with other drugs such as menotropins and urofollitropin.

    • Hypogonadotropic hypogonadism
    • Ovulation
  • Chorionic Dosage

    The Chorionic dosage regimen depends on the indication, the patient's age and weight. The following is an average dose, and your particular dose may differ. At no point are you to deviate from your doctor's prescription without consultation.

    Prepubertal cryptorchidism not due to anatomical obstruction (Male)

    • The typical dose is 4,000 USP units, three times a week which is continued for 2 to 3 weeks. Alternatively 1,000 USP units, 3 times a week for six to eight weeks. The average appropriate age of initiating treatment it appears to be 12 years.

    Selected cases of hypogonadotropic in males (Male)

    • The usual dose is 4,000 to 5,000 USP units 3 times a week for six to eight weeks. Rest periods of between two to three weeks are advisable during therapy.

    For treating men with problems associated with low levels of male hormones (Male)

    • The usual dose is 1,000 to 4,000 units administered intramuscularly two to three times a week.

    Induction of ovulation and pregnancy in women (Female)

    • The recommended dosage 5,000 to 10,000 USP units 1 day following the last dose of menotropins.
  • Chorionic Side Effects

    Chorionic may cause side effects. If you notice any adverse effects please contact your doctor as they can advise you on managing those side effects. Side effects can also be reported to the FDA:

    • Headache,
    • Irritability,
    • Restlessness,
    • Depression,
    • Fatigue,
    • Edema,
    • Precocious puberty,
    • Gynecomastia,
    • Pain at the injection site,
    • Abdominal pain,
    • Nausea,
    • Diarrhoea,
    • Painful breasts.
  • Chorionic Interactions

    It is prudent that you tell your doctor if you are taking any prescription or non-prescription medicine. Your doctor needs this information so that they can monitor you for any possible Chorionic drug interactions. Drug interactions have been known to escalate the likelihood of there being negative reactions. The following is a list of drugs likely to interact with Chorionic: