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Ganirelix acetate (Formerly known as Antagon)
What is Ganirelix acetate?

Ganirelix is a medication known as a gonadotropin-releasing hormone antagonist and is used to prevent premature ovulation in women undergoing fertility procedures.

 

How do I use Ganirelix?

Here are step-by-step instructions for taking ganirelix injections:
Ganirelix is injected subcutaneously-or into the fatty tissue under your skin. The primary sites for injection are your abdomen – 2 inches on either side of the navel, and your upper, outer-thigh where the skin is loose.

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Wash your hands thoroughly and make sure that the surface you work on is clean.

Uncap the needle of the pre-filled Ganirelix Acetate Injection syringe.

 

Follow the instruction for giving a subcutaneous injection

Click here to learn how to give a subcutaneous injection