Gonadorelin HCL vs. Human Chorionic Gonadotropin (hCG)

What is Gonadorelin?

Gonadorelin is a peptide and bioidentical to gonadotropin-releasing hormone (GnRH) that is naturally released from the hypothalamus gland. GnRH causes the pituitary gland to release other hormones (luteinizing hormone [LH] and follicle-stimulating hormone [FSH]), which stimulates the testes to produce testosterone and sperm.

Why Gonadorelin instead of the hCG?

Gonadorelin works as an alternative to hCG, and studies show that GnRHs are just as effective for the optimal release of luteinizing hormone (LH) and follicle-stimulating hormone (FSH).

Does Gonadorelin needs reconstitution like hCG?

Depending on the type of Gonadorelin, it can be. For example, the lyophilized powder must be mixed and liquid; a ready-to-use vial does not.

Does Gonadorelin need to be refrigerated?

Regardless of type, Gonadorelin will be stable at room temperature, while hCG will not be.

Where to inject Gonadorelin, and what is the frequency?

Just like the hCG, typically, Gonadorelin injections are twice weekly subcutaneously.

What is the weekly dosage of Gonadorelin?

General Gonadorelin dosage is 0.25ml twice weekly.

Is it possible to combine Gonadorelin with Testosterone in the same syringe?

Like the hCG, Gonadorelin uses water; therefore, injected separately. 

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