Buy Zoladex Injection (Goserelin)

TypeDrug NameDosagePrice from 
drug typeZoladex Injection3.6 mg$167.99
drug typeZoladex Injection10.8 mg$357.99

Zoladex Injection Information

How and Where to Buy Zoladex Injections? offers Zoladex Injection with a valid prescription from your doctor at huge savings. All you have to do is fill out a quick and simple order form on our website. Our Canadian Pharmacy also offers a significant discount on other prostate medications. With free shipping to your door, Canadian Pharmacy World provides you with a cost-effective and dependable access to your healthcare needs. You can order online, by mail, fax, or by calling toll-free 1866-485-7979.

How Much Does Zoladex Injection Cost?

According to, the average retail price for the brand Zoladex injections 10.8mg is roughly $2,196.07 per unit, depending on the drugstore you visit. The brand Zoladex injection 10.8mg from Turkey is available through Canadian Pharmacy World for $357.99 per unit. For more information, please call us toll-free at 1866.485.7979.

Brand Zoladex injections 10.8 mg tablets from Turkey, as low as $357.99 per unit

Are there Alternative Names for the Brand and Generic Zoladex Injections?

Zoladex injection is available from Canada and Turkey, manufactured by AstraZeneca from Turkey. The generic version is not available.

What Dosages and Forms are Zoladex Injections Available in?

The brand Zoladex injection is available in the strength of 3.6mg and 10.8mg vials.

What is Zoladex Used for?

Zoladex (Goserelin) is an Antineoplastics, commonly known as luteinizing hormone-releasing hormone (LHRH) agonists. Goserelin is a hormone produced by the body, similar to a natural hormone (luteinizing hormone-releasing hormone-LHRH). It works by lowering testosterone and estrogen hormones in men and women. Cancer cells and uterine tissue that rely on these hormones to develop and spread are slowed or stopped by this effect. Zoladex, a prescription medicine, is used to treat the symptoms of endometriosis, endometrial thinning, breast cancer, and prostate cancer. Zoladex can be taken on its own or in combination with other drugs. Prostate cancer is treated with goserelin in men. It is used to treat certain breast tumors and uterine disorders in women (endometriosis). It's also used to thin the endometrial (uterine lining) in women before treating irregular uterine bleeding. Discuss the risks and advantages of treatment with your doctor.

What are the Possible Side Effects of Zoladex?

The following are the most prevalent Zoladex adverse effects:
• Acne;
• Changes in breast size;
• Changes in sexual function;
• Fewer erections than usual;
• Headache;
• Hot flashes;
• Increased or decreased interest in sex;
• Itching;
• Mild skin rash;
• Mood changes;
• Sweating;
• Swelling in your hands or feet; and
• Vaginal dryness, itching, or discharge;

If you have a side effect that bothers you or does not go away, tell your doctor. These aren't all of Zoladex's possible adverse effects. Zoladex has the potential to induce significant adverse effects, such as:
• Back pain;
• Constipation;
• Increased thirst or urination;
• Increased thirst;
• Muscle pain;
• Painful or difficult urination;
• Sudden severe headache;
• Weakness;
• Weight loss;
• Where the implant was injected, there was pain, bruising, swelling, redness, seeping, or bleeding

If you have any of the symptoms described above, seek medical attention straight once.

Are there any Precautions and Drug Interactions for Zoladex?

If you are allergic to goserelin, LHRH, or LHRH-like hormones (such as triptorelin), tell your doctor or pharmacist before using it. Zoladex is not known to be safe or effective in children.If you have any additional allergies, your medical history, particularly with:
• A few heart problems (heart failure, slow heartbeat, QT prolongation in the EKG)
• Diabetes;
• Heart disease (such as heart attack);
• High cholesterol/triglyceride levels;
• Long-term alcohol use;
• Personal or family history of osteoporosis (bone loss);
• Smoking;
• Spinal cord problem (in men);
• Stroke;
• Unexplained abnormal vaginal bleeding;
• Urinary blockage problem (in men)

If you are expecting a child or planning to have one, tell your doctor. It is not recommended that you become pregnant while taking Goserelin. Goserelin has the potential to harm an unborn child. While using this medicine, and for the next 12 weeks or until your menstruation returns, inquire about effective non-hormonal birth control (such as condoms or a diaphragm with spermicide). If you become pregnant while taking this medicine, talk to your doctor straight away about the risks and benefits. It is not known if this drug does transfer into breast milk. Breast-feeding is not recommended while using this medication due to the potential harm to the infant. Before you start breastfeeding, notify your doctor.

Drug interactions can cause your prescriptions to perform differently or put you at risk for dangerous adverse effects. This list does not include all potential medication interactions. Kindly make a note of everything you're taking (including prescription and nonprescription drugs, as well as herbal supplements) and talk to your doctor and pharmacist about it. Without your doctor's permission, do not begin, stop, or modify the dosage of any medications. The following are some of the most common products that may interact with this medication:
• Arsenic trioxide;
• Clozapine;
• Droperidol;
• Methadone;
• Moxifloxacin;
• Pimozide;
• Quinidine;
• Sparfloxacin;

Zoladex Storage and Safety Information

The unit is sterile and comes in an aluminum foil lamination pouch with a desiccant capsule that is sealed, light- and moisture-proof. Keep at ambient temperature (maximum of 25°C [77°F]).

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The drug information provided here is only a summary and does not contain all the list of possible side effects and drug interactions regarding this medication. Be sure to contact your doctor or pharmacist if you have any specific question or concern. If you require any advice or information about the drugs on this page, a medical condition or treatment advice, you should always speak to a healthcare professional.

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