Choriomon 5000 I.U | Amp Of Solvent Vial
Choriomon 5000 I.U | Amp Of Solvent Vial
Choriomon 5000 I.U | Amp Of Solvent Vial

Choriomon 5000 I.U | Amp Of Solvent Vial

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Choriomon Injection

It is a hormonal injection that is given intramuscularly or under the skin. It contains the hormone "human chorionic gonadotropin", which is used to stimulate the gonads, whether in women, men or children, if the need arises.

Active Ingredient:

Human chorionic gonadotropin.


5000 IU.

Pharmacological Classification:

Gonadotropin-stimulating hormones.

Pharmacological Form:


Number of Injections per Pack:

3 injections.

Components of Each Syringe:

  • 1 lyophilized vial.
  • 1 ampoule containing liquid solvent.


  • Stimulating the ovulation process and treating infertility in women.
  • Treatment of hypogonadism that may affect the gonads.
  • Activation of the pituitary gland in men.

How  to Use:

Take for dose and for duration as directed by your doctor.

Warnings and Precautions:

  • You should not use this medicine if you are allergic to the active substance, or to any of the other ingredients of this medicine.
  • It should be ensured that the genitals are working normally before starting this treatment.
  • This treatment should be received under the supervision of a specialist doctor, and in a properly equipped hospital.
  • The syringe should be used immediately after it has been prepared.

Possible Side Effects:

  • Pain at the injection site.
  • Headache.
  • Exhaustion.

Pregnancy and Lactation:

  • It can be used in the early stage of pregnancy under medical supervision only if needed.
  • There is no indication for its use by nursing mothers.


  • Store below 25°C.
  • Keep away from light and children.

Manufacture Company:

The Institute of Biochemistry SA (IBSA).

Country of Manufacture:



GTIN : 0000001000538
Weight : 0.100 KG
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