Synarel Nafarelin Acetate and/or alternatives
Synarel 2mg/mL (0.2mg/Spray)Marketed as Synarel Nasal Spray in European Union Manufacturer: Pfizer Ltd Source Country : United Kingdom
Shipped from : United Kingdom
This item requires a prescription from your doctor
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Description of Synarel
Synarel is a drug used to treat precocious puberty in children. The generic name of this drug is Nafarelin Nasal.
Synarel is a nasal spray that is pumped directly into the nostrils.
Synarel is administered only as per the prescription of the doctor. The drug must be used two times a day to achieve the desired results.
Indications & Dosage of Synarel
Synarel treats puberty problems in male and female children. Doctors also advise some patients to buy Synarel in order to regulate menstrual cycle and sexual developments during puberty and fertility. The drug is also useful in treating endometriosis in women above the age of 18 years.
Synarel is a man-made form of protein that acts like a hormone in the body. The spray contains nafarelin acetate, which acts on the pituitary gland. Nafarelin works on the hormone gonaderelin (LHRH), thereby causing an increase in the release of sex hormones luteinising hormone (LH) and follicle-stimulating hormone (FSH). This results in the triggered release of estrogen.
Synarel should be used two times a day (morning and evening). The recommended dose of the spray is 200 micrograms in each nostril in the morning and evening. Women should use the spray between day two and day four of their menstrual cycle.
Before using Synarel for the first time, spray the medication gently 5-10 times in the air till the fine spray appears. Clear your nose before using the drug. Insert the tip of the bottle into your nostril and block the other nostril with your fingers. Gently inhale the drug in after pumping the spray. Clean the bottle tip with a tissue and store it at room temperature away from heat and moisture. Make sure that the bottle is kept upright.
Do not take an overdose of Synarel. Do not sneeze or blow your nose soon after using the spray. If you have a stuffy nose, you may use a decongestant as prescribed by the doctor. Don’t use the decongestant for at least 2 hours after using Synarel.
Side Effects & Interactions of Synarel
Less serious side effects of Synarel are:
- Vaginal dryness
- Hot flushes
- Mood swings
- Hair loss
- Increase/decrease in breast size
The serious side effects of Synarel are:
- Heavy menstrual bleeding
- Chest pain
- Breathing trouble
- Blurred vision
- Increased thirst and urination
If the serious side effects persist for more than one month, you must consult your doctor.
Synarel may interact with some drugs. Inform your doctor about your previous medications and the drugs you’re taking at present, including prescription, over the counter, and herbal medications.
Warnings & Precautions of Synarel
You must not buy Synarel if you have:
- An allergy to Nafarelin or medicines that have Nafarelin
- Diabetes, high blood pressure and heart disease
- Low bone mineral density
- Uncontrollable sneezing
- A history of osteoporosis
You must not use Synarel if you smoke or consume alcohol in large quantities. You must adhere to the regular appointments with the doctor as he/she will have to check your progress for the first six months of treatment.
You must not use Synarel if you are pregnant or breastfeeding. It is advisable to conduct a pregnancy test before starting the medication as Synarel may affect the unborn baby. You must also use a contraceptive during treatment. People below the age of 18 years should not use this drug.