Does Lupron cause Blood Clots?

Last Update May 29, 2016
#19 in Lupron discussions - 1,421 posts discuss Blood Clots with Lupron. Blood Clots is #19 concern in Lupron discussions.
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Lupron (generic name: leuprolide) is a synthetic hormone that acts as a messenger to the pituitary gland and indirectly regulates reproductive organs. When men take Lupron, it redu...
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