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|Active Ingredients||Leuprolide Acetate|
|License Holder||Astellas Pharma|
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What is this medicine used for?
This medicine is given by injection (shots) to treat advanced prostate cancer. It helps lessen the symptoms of prostate cancer, but it is not a cure. It may be given when other medicines or surgery are not likely to be helpful or are considered unacceptable.
What should my healthcare provider know before I take this medicine?
Before taking this medicine, tell your healthcare provider if you have ever had:
Tell your provider if you smoke cigarettes or you take steroid or seizure medicines.
This medicine should not be given to women or children. Women should not take this medicine if they are pregnant or may become pregnant because it may cause a miscarriage or birth defects.
How do I use it?
Your healthcare provider will give you these shots once a month. The medicine is in depot form, which means that it is released slowly during the month. The shots are given deep into a muscle or just under the skin.
What should I watch out for?
This medicine may increase your risk for a heart attack or stroke. Contact your healthcare provider right away if you have dizziness, lightheadedness, fainting, or abnormal heartbeats.
You will need to have blood tests regularly to see how this medicine affects you. Keep all appointments for these tests.
This medicine may cause impotence (trouble having and keeping an erection), decrease your sex drive, or reduce the amount of semen released during sexual intercourse. These effects are usually temporary.
Continued treatment with this medicine may affect bone density. Your healthcare provider may order tests to check if this medicine is affecting your bones.
Symptoms such as nerve pain, bone pain, weakness, or trouble urinating may get worse during the first few weeks of treatment. Usually these symptoms improve after you take this medicine for a while. Contact your healthcare provider if your symptoms continue or are bothersome.
This medicine may make you dizzy or drowsy. Do not drive or operate machinery unless you are fully alert.
If you need emergency care, surgery, or dental work, tell the healthcare provider or dentist you have received this medicine.
You may develop diabetes when you take this medicine. If you already have diabetes, it may get worse. Talk with your healthcare provider about this.
What are the possible side effects?
Along with its needed effects, your medicine may cause some unwanted side effects. Some side effects may be very serious. Some side effects may go away as your body adjusts to the medicine. Tell your healthcare provider if you have any side effects that continue or get worse.
Life-threatening (Report these to your healthcare provider right away. If you cannot reach your healthcare provider right away, get emergency medical care or call 911 for help): Allergic reaction (hives; itching; rash; trouble breathing; tightness in your chest; swelling of your lips, tongue, and throat).
Serious (report these to your healthcare provider right away): Irritation or rash at the spot where the shots are given; seizures; trouble urinating; weakness, numbness, or tingling in your legs; fever; depression; thoughts of suicide; abnormal thoughts; worsening of your symptoms; sudden headache with vision problems; vomiting; confusion; slow heart beat; fainting; slow breathing.
Other: Hot flashes, swelling of your hands or feet, muscle or joint pain, headache, trouble sleeping, loss of appetite, constipation, nausea, sweating, shrinking testicles, vomiting, change in sexual ability or desire, hair loss, change in sense of taste, vision changes, dizziness, tiredness.
What products might interact with this medicine?
When you take this medicine with other medicines, it can change the way this or any of the other medicines work. Nonprescription medicines, vitamins, natural remedies, and certain foods may also interact. Using these products together might cause harmful side effects. Talk to your healthcare provider if you are taking:
If you are not sure if your medicines might interact, ask your pharmacist or healthcare provider. Keep a list of all your medicines with you. List all the prescription medicines, nonprescription medicines, supplements, natural remedies, and vitamins that you take. Be sure that you tell all healthcare providers who treat you about all the products you are taking.
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