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Prescribed Puregon for assisted fertility conception. How is Brevactid different from Utrogest?

hello doctor, i am on 5th cycle of assisted feritility conception . I am asked to take Puregon 50 microlitre from cd2 to cd11 (today). Tommorrow i am supposed to take the brevactid 5000. And after that i am usually prescribed utrogest.but this cycle,my gyn asked me to take another shot of Brevactid 5000 on CD17. I would like to know what this ll do to my cycle and what difference this has to that of using utrogest?
Asked On : Thu, 20 Dec 2012
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OBGYN 's  Response
Mar 2013
thanks for your query.
The Brevactid 5000 is HCG which is generally given around ovulation to trigger ovulation
A second shot might be required if the follicle did not rupture with the first one, and more dose is needed.
It is also given in the luteal phase ( after ovulation ) to provide support to the growing embryo in case conception does occur
Utrogest is progesterone which is also given as luteal phase support for the embryo.
So, please follow the instructions of your Infertility specialist
all the best for your cycle
Answered: Sun, 6 Jan 2013
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