Introduction to Injection Fertility Medications
If you have been prescribed a subcutaneous injection medication – such as Menopur, Bravelle, Gonal-f, or Novarel – as part of your infertility treatment, the training videos in this section will help you prepare and inject your medication in the comfort of your own home.
It is important to take the medication exactly as your doctor has prescribed in order to get the maximum benefit from your infertility treatment. These training videos and instructions are not meant to replace instructions from your doctor, but are a helpful resource when learning how to inject the medication properly.
As you watch the videos, be sure to write down any questions that you have and discuss these with your doctor.
Make sure to store your medication away from sunlight and moisture, either in the refrigerator or at room temperature. Remember to reconstitute the medication immediately before injection and not in advance.