Goselin 3.6Mg Injection is a synthetic hormone which, if administered to men, helps in effectively stopping the production of the male hormone testosterone, which has often been linked to stimulation of growth of cancer cells. When administered to women, Goselin 3.6Mg Injection decreases production of the hormone estradiol, which is also responsible for stimulating the growth of cancer cells. Goselin 3.6Mg Injection is thus widely used to treat prostate cancer, breast cancer, as well as endometriosis.
Certain medical conditions may interact in an adverse way with Goselin 3.6Mg Injection, so before the medicine can be administered, the doctor needs to know if the patient has any history of using dietary supplements, a history of urinary problems, blood vessel problems, or spinal cord problems, a history of alcohol or tobacco use, or high blood calcium levels. Pregnancy or breast-feeding can also cause complications with the administration of the Goselin 3.6Mg Injection.
Goselin 3.6Mg Injection is administered directly in the form of an injection. Side effects of Goselin 3.6Mg Injection include dizziness, a spike in certain other hormones causing pain, soreness, and decreased sexual ability. Goselin 3.6Mg Injection can also result in increased blood sugar.