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178698 tn?1228774338

What to do with left over infertility medicine?

I have a lot of Follistim AQ cartridges left over from a cycle.   Can anyone advise me as to what I should do with it?   I have 4 boxes of 900IU and 1 box 600IU. It is not expired, but the pharmacy will not take back.  

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229439 tn?1245812437
The nicest thing to do is bring it to your fertility office and see if they will donate it to others that don't have insurance. Most offices do this.
294043 tn?1354207946
I gave mine leftover meds to a friend on this forum.  If you will not use them why not help someone else?  Meds are sooo expensive!
151928 tn?1275707337
Yeah, save it cause I may need it and I'll buy it from you!  I can't wait to hear good news from you!!!  Keep me posted!
254689 tn?1251180040
Yvette - can you have it used for the donor?  That's what I did w/my leftover meds & it saved a little money for us.
178698 tn?1228774338
Hey Jen:

Worse case scenario I will donate it back to the clinic.   I already gave the clinic 3 boxes of 600IU for the donor.  I have five boxes of 900 and one box of 600 IU.  I am not sure why they called in that much for me. One cycle I didn't need as much as I needed and the the 2nd cycle was cancelled due to ovarian cyst.   Oh well.  I have a friend in Phoenix who may need it so hopefully she will be able to use.  
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