The drugs used in an IVF cycle are dependent on the protocol used. Some of the commonest medications used in a variety of protocols are given below.
IMPORTANT : PLEASE INFORM YOUR GYNAECOLOGIST IF YOU HAVE ANY DRUG ALLERGIES DURING YOUR VERY FIRST APPOINTMENT .
Buserlin injections (Luprodex/Decapeptyl):
Buserlin (GnRh analogue) is available in an injection form in India. This is commonly used in long and flare (ultra short) & frozen embryo transfer protocols. It can cause menopausal side effects such as hot flushes, night sweats, mood swings etc. This is used to suppress hormonal activity of your ovaries and to prevent ovulation of the recruited follicles.