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Ganirelix ?

Does Ganirelix need to be refrigerated? It wasn't in the sealed pack with the ice packs when I got the delivery so I wasn't sure what I was supposed to do. I stuck it in the fridge that a bad thing? I just don't wanna screw up the meds.
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  • I didn't refrigerate mine. It should say so if it needed to though.
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  • It should not be refridgerated.  I actually got one from my RE the other day, because I needed just one more, and there is a sticker on the box that says "Do Not Refridgerate".


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  • It's not supposed to be refrigerated.
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  • I kept mine in the fridge and it was fine!  I think you are ok!
  • I did not refrigerate mine, but I think you are fine if you have.
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  • So confused! lol I even looked it up online and one site said it "can be kept at room temp or refrigerated". Way to be specific!

    I think I'll just pull them out for now and double check with the RE's office tomorrow just to be sure. Thanks girls!

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  • I did not refrigerate mine. Definitely check with your RE!
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  • I also didn't refrigerate mine when I got my meds the other day because the only things that was sealed in with ice packs was my Follistim and Novarel trigger shot. I know some meds need to be refrigerated after they're mixed but my Ganirelix is just in syringes that are all ready for injection so I don't think that's the case with that one.
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