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medicines for infertility?
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phyzea - September 8

what medicines can be used to treat infertility for us women? what is IUI?


margie - September 8

as per doctor's advice, these are some common medicines doctors used to treat infertility: clomiphene citrate (clomid), human menopausal gonadotropin or HMG (repronex, pergonal), follicle-stimulating hormone or FSH (gonal-f, follistim), Gn-RH, metformin and bromcriptine.


saishee - September 8

intrauterine insemination (IUI) is an infertility treatment that is often called artificial insemination. woman will be injected with specially prepared sperm.


tracy - September 8

that is true. sometimes woman is treated with medicines that stimulate ovulation before IUI such as: mild male factor infertility, women who have problems with their cervical mucus, couples with unexplained infertility.


trista - September 9

there are different infertility stage right? one of them is unexplained infertility like tracy's mentioned. how about tubal infertility? is there any significant treatment for it?


felicia - September 9

Tubal Infertility is something to do with completely blocked fallopian tubes and also women who have either one blocked tube, tubal scarring or other tubal damage. And also this is usually caused by either pelvic infection, such as pelvic inflammatory disease (PID) or pelvic endometriosis.


phyzea - September 9

I'm a chain smoker could it be possible that I'm infertile too? OMG I'm starting to feel scared. I've been with my boyfriend for 4 yrs and do things 2x a day. But nothings happen. :(


monikadavid - June 6

Hello dear! Well, yes! There are many different medications for different treatments. You can take any of them on your own. Get yourself prescribed by your obstetrician. A friend of mine had a PCOS and she used to have clomide, metformin and others. But, all as per my obs. So, yeah! Well, IVF is different. It's an assisted procedure for a woman who can't have it naturally. So, yeah! You can try it? If you can't have a child naturally. Hope this can help. ????



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