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Types of Fertility Drugsfrom: Maxx Family Life
Couples having trouble conceiving a child often turn to fertility drugs as a solution. There are a number of drugs now available that can help out in this situation.
Here are examples of fertility drugs that can help a couple trying to start a family.
Clomiphene Citrate is one of the more common fertility drugs currently bing used. Often this drug works in most cases to help a woman conceive a child within three cycles. Thought this drug isn't a sure thing, it usually makes an impact for about half the women who choose to try clomid or serophene. However, there are some potential side effects, many of them minor.
Among these are nausea, some bloating, mild headaches, and hot flashes. Some women experience a change in the texture of the cervical mucus. Though the possiblity of multiple births is there with clomid, the drug tends to be less likely to cause this than other fertility drugs.
Injectable hormones are another commonly used fertility drugs. There's actually a wide range of these types of fertility drugs available under a several name brands. Some of the categories for injectable hormone drugs are human chorionic gonadotripins, follicle-stimulating hormones, gonadotropin releasing hormones.
Like clomid, injectable hormones tend to be effective for about half of the women who undergo the therapy. Side effects include possible swelling, some bruising around the injection area, a possible overstimulation of the ovaries, and an increased susceptibility to infections.
While there aren't any fertility drugs that work for every situation, the wide range of drug therapies mean that if one treatment doesn't provide results, there's a very good chance a different treatment series will result in conception. Consult a professional healthcare provider to help to identify the best fertility drugs for your situation.
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