What is Pregnil?
Pregnil is a drug of the human chorionic gonadotropin hormone. It can be assigned to both women and men, and even to children, but with completely different purposes. Most often, Pregnil is prescribed for women when planning pregnancy as an auxiliary method before artificial insemination, to stimulate the ovaries or to support the luteal phase of the menstrual cycle.
The course of treatment and dosage is determined by the doctor in each case individually.
Pregnil is administered intramuscularly. Depending on the indications, the hormone can be administered once or several times at intervals of several days.
How long is Pregnilus?
The maximum concentration of the hCG hormone in the blood plasma after the injection of Pregnil in women occurs approximately in 20 hours. Excess of the drug is excreted in the urine for several days after the injection. The period of excretion of Pregnil depends on the dose: the larger it is, the longer it is. A pre-pregnancy test done before this time can show a false positive result.
When can I do a pregnancy test after Pregnil?
Of course, every woman can not wait to find out the result of this cycle and find out quickly whether a long-awaited pregnancy has come. If you perform a pregnancy test after Pregnil, it should be borne in mind that it can be considered reliable, according to the instructions to the drug, when carried out on day 10 and later after receiving the last injection of Pregnil. However, doctors recommend that the test be performed no earlier than 2 weeks after ovulation or embryo replanting.
It should be noted, that early pregnancy test can be false-positive or false-negative! Therefore, no premature conclusions, girls!
For reliability, it is necessary to monitor the level of hCG in dynamics. It is best to use a laboratory blood test, but at a later date after ovulation, several pregnancy tests can be done with an interval of several days.
The final "diagnosis" can be made only by a doctor. No fluff to you!