Menstrual Cycle after Zoladex

Zoladex is a form of hormone therapy used to treat cancer and other conditions in both women and men. The drug is primarily used to simulate a hormone that regulates the body’s processes, and many women are given Zoladex to treat breast cancer or endometriosis. Zoladex contains goserelin, its primary active ingredient, which overstimulates the production of hormones in the body, temporarily halting the production of certain hormones, such as estrogen. The injection is inserted through a needle into the upper stomach every 28 days by a doctor, and because of the imbalance of hormone levels attempting to adjust to

Menstrual Cycle after Zoladex

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