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Cancer , medically called a malignancy neoplasm, is a term for a large group of different diseases. In cancer, cell (biology)s divide...
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Eligard
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Lupron
Other name: Lupron (Lupron)
Other name: Lupron Depot (Lupron Depot)
5 / 10
Satisfaction
5 / 10
Satisfaction
1,214
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Discussions
243,447
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Method of use:
Injection
Method of use:
Injection
Prescribing mode:
Rx
Prescribing mode:
Rx
Leuprorelin (International Nonproprietary Name) or leuprolide acetate (United States Adopted Name) is a GnRH analog. Proper Sequence: p-Pro-His-Trp-Ser-Tyr-D-Leu-Leu-Arg-Pro-NHE...
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Leuprorelin (International Nonproprietary Name) or leuprolide acetate (United States Adopted Name) is a GnRH analog. Proper Sequence: p-Pro-His-Trp-Ser-Tyr-D-Leu-Leu-Arg-Pro-NHE...
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Top Concerns
Eli
Hot Flashes
10
Tiredness
5
Weight Gain
3
Joint Pain
1
Incontinence
1
Diabetes
1
Dizzy
1
Headaches
1
Night Sweats
1
Bone Loss
1
Top Concerns
Lup
Headaches
4
Hot Flashes
4
Cramping
2
Tiredness
2
Weight Gain
1
OHSS
1
Bloating
1
Nausea
1
Insomnia
1
Night Sweats
1
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Eligard
Eli
Lupron
Lup
Hot Flashes
Eli
Lup
10
4
Tiredness
Eli
Lup
5
2
Weight Gain
Eli
Lup
3
1
Joint Pain
Eli
Lup
1
0
Incontinence
Eli
Lup
1
0
Diabetes
Eli
Lup
1
0
Dizzy
Eli
Lup
1
0
Headaches
Eli
Lup
1
4
Night Sweats
Eli
Lup
1
1
Bone Loss
Eli
Lup
1
0
Headaches
Lup
Eli
4
1
Hot Flashes
Lup
Eli
4
10
Cramping
Lup
Eli
2
0
Tiredness
Lup
Eli
2
5
Weight Gain
Lup
Eli
1
3
OHSS
Lup
Eli
1
0
Bloating
Lup
Eli
1
0
Nausea
Lup
Eli
1
0
Insomnia
Lup
Eli
1
0
Night Sweats
Lup
Eli
1
1
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About Eligard
Leuprorelin (International Nonproprietary Name) or leuprolide acetate (United States Adopted Name) is a GnRH analog. Proper Sequence: p-Pro-His-Trp-Ser-Tyr-D-Leu-Leu-Arg-Pro-NHE...
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About Lupron
Leuprorelin (International Nonproprietary Name) or leuprolide acetate (United States Adopted Name) is a GnRH analog. Proper Sequence: p-Pro-His-Trp-Ser-Tyr-D-Leu-Leu-Arg-Pro-NHE...
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" ...as Lupron or eligard, has anyone experienced an increase in migraine headaches? Prior to the ...have experienced a noticeable increase in migraines since starting Lupron. Imitrex is still... "

" Casper, Since you have switched from Lupron to Eligard (chemically the same but dispersed with different time release formulation) it would make sense to have your testosterone checked. Sometimes the... "

" ...I am on Lupron which is very similar to eligard. It will reduce ...tell if it is the eligard or radiation that is lowering the PSA. Initially I believe it is a good bet that the eligard is the m... "

" I used Eligard for eighteen months and recently was changed to Lupron. I always got a lump... "

" ...took Eligard for a couple of ...TWICE) and have been on Lupron. The side effects, for me, have been minimal. I had a few hot flashes the first few ...occurring to me! No weight gain or \"man ... "

" I have gained 25 pounds on Eligard/Lupron over the last three years. I eat less, particularly white carbs, and exercise more, but to no avail. I had my last shot in August... "

" ...months on Lupron I have to get up once but rarely twice at night for urination. Has anyone else experienced this? Otherwise, I have had only one hot flash increased hunger, and small weight... "

" ...now Eligard, I noticed a lot of overall muscle loss, and ...Also I have suddenly gained 15 pounds, ballooning up to 200 pounds on my 5'8\" frame in the past three months on Eligard, after mainta... "

" ...onto this very lucrative procedure...The 6 month shots, be it Lupron, Eligard or whatever get billed at around $3000. That's not chump change...It was my Radiation Oncologist who prescribed ADT as... "

" ...talking about is something like Lupron (or Eligard) There may be a bit or soreness. But nothing really of concern. I had (and continue to have) hot flashes - which are simple... "

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