What is Antagon? Antagon is used to inhibit premature ovulation in
women undergoing fertility procedures.
Who should not use Antagon?
- Women who have experienced a hypersensitivity reaction to gonadotropin-releasing
hormone (GnRH) or any other GnRH-type drug.
- Women who suspect or know they are pregnant.
Special Warnings with Antagon:
- A physician specializing in fertility treatment should prescribe Antagon.
- Before starting treatment with Antagon, pregnancy must be ruled out.
General Precautions with Antagon:
- Patients with hypersensitivity to GnRH should be closely monitored after the
- The packaging of Antagon contains natural rubber latex that may cause allergic
- You will need to be examined on a regular basis when using Antagon.
What should I tell my doctor or health care provider?
Tell your doctor if you are pregnant or breast-feeding. Women who are pregnant
or breast-feeding should not use Antagon.
What are some possible side effects of Antagon? (This is NOT
a complete list of side effects reported with Antagon. Your health care provider can
discuss with you a more complete list of side effects.)
The most frequent side effects of Antagon are:
- Abdominal pain
- Fetal death
For more detailed information about Antagon, ask your health care provider.