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Ovulatory hormones to be prevented during pregnancy - Online Doctor Chats

Date : 21-Feb-2012
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User :   hello
Doctor :   How can I help you?
User :   what is a leuprolide acetate injection
User :   would it be given to a pregnant woman?
Doctor :   Leuprolide is a GnRH analague, GnRH is a hormone secreted by brain , which further stimulates a series of hormones for ovulation
Doctor :   in a woman
User :   so it should not be given to a pregnant woman?
Doctor :   It can be given
Doctor :   in some conditions
Doctor :   depending on the week of pregnancy
Doctor :   I would like to discuss about it in detail
Doctor :   Would you like to hve a long session
User :   no thats ok... thanks very much
User :   i just wanted to know what it was
User :   thank you for your help
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