When facing fertility care it is common to have questions about fertility medication. New Hope Fertility Center is focused on holistic approaches to fertility and working with your body’s natural cycle. We aim to use minimal fertility medication while still achieving the best outcomes for both mother and child.
One of the medications used during fertility treatments is Synarel nasal spray. Learn more about this fertility aid and how it works below:
What is Synarel nasal spray?
Synarel nasal spray contains nafarelin, a gonadotropin releasing hormone. The medicine works by lowering the amount of estrogen in your system. Synarel is used during Mini IVF treatments to time ovulation. The medicine is painless administered via a nasal spray.
How is Synarel used during treatment?
By timing your ovulation, we are able to retrieve your eggs at the optimal time for fertilization. We believe gently stimulating your ovaries to produce three to five high quality eggs. High quality eggs are best equipped for fertilization and resulting in a healthy pregnancy.
What are the potential side effects of Synarel?
Minor side effects of Synarel include:
- Body odor
- Hot flashes
- Runny nose
- Vaginal dryness
- Increase in breast size
- A change in your sex drive
If you experience any of the following, contact your doctor immediately:
- Difficulty breathing
- Chest pain
- Mood changes
- Swelling in your hands and feet
- Vaginal bleeding and discharge
How should Synarel be stored?
Synarel should be stored at a temperature between 59 and 86 degrees Fahrenheit. The medication should be stored away from light. Be sure discard any remaining medication after the expiration date.
For additional information regarding fertility medication or how we can help you with a personalized fertility plan, please contact us. Please click the link below to enter your information and New Hope will contact you, or simply call 212-517-7676. Thank You.