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Leuprorelin, along with triptorelin and goserelin, are often used to delay puberty in transgender youth until they are old enough to begin hormone replacement therapy. It is considered a possible treatment for paraphilias. Leuprorelin has been tested as a treatment for reducing sexual urges in pedophiles and other cases of paraphilia. In the treatment of prostate cancer, the initial increase in testosterone levels associated with the initiation of leuprorelin therapy is counterproductive to treatment goals. Leuprorelin was discovered and first patented in 1973 and was introduced for medical use in 1985. 5 mg every 3 months, or 30 mg every 4 months. 5 mg every 3 months, 30 mg every 4 months, or 45 mg every 6 months.
Lupron injection was first approved by the FDA for treatment of advanced prostate cancer on April 9, 1985. Lupron depot for monthly intramuscular injection was first approved by the FDA for palliative treatment of advanced prostate cancer on January 26, 1989, and subsequently in 22. FDA for palliative treatment of advanced prostate cancer on March 6, 2000. FDA for palliative treatment of advanced prostate cancer on January 24, 2002, and subsequently in 22. 5 mg, 30 mg, and 45 mg doses for subcutaneous depot injection every 3, 4, and 6 months, respectively. It is used for palliative treatment of advanced prostate cancer, endometriosis, and uterine fibroids. It was approved by The Ministry of Health and Medical Education Of Iran.