During the initial weeks of treatment, hormone levels may increase before they decline. As a result, you may notice that symptoms of puberty get worse before they get better. Within one to two months of treatment, you should see these signs improve.
Lupron is the most frequently prescribed medication to treat women with uterine fibroids; however, evidence shows the use of Lupron comes with serious risks. Lupron reduces the amount of estrogen women produce by shutting down the pituitary gland to shrink fibroids, which can result in symptoms of early menopausal onset.