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Storing Pergoveris and Cetrotide

Dear Experts,

I'd like to ask if my wife can continue to use Pergoveris and Cetrotide even if they were stored in higher temperature than allowed for several days.

The original instructions say that after the first use, they should be stored at room temp but not above 25/30 ℃elsius (or 77 / 86 ℉arenheit) respectively.

I failed it and left them on 40-45 ℃ / 104-113 ℉ in the car's glove compartment for a weekend. At least they were not exposed to direct sunlight. Did they lose effectiveness already? Did I kill them? Or they're still good to use?

Thanks in advance,
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Nope. Do not use. Call the IVF clinic. It sucks, because it’s so expensive. But. No.
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