fertility drug

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fertility drug

n
(Gynaecology & Obstetrics) any of a group of preparations used to stimulate ovulation in women hitherto infertile
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Noun1.fertility drug - a drug used to increase a woman's fertility
Clomid, clomiphene, clomiphene citrate - a fertility drug (trade name Clomid) that is used to stimulate ovulation and that has been associated with multiple births
drug - a substance that is used as a medicine or narcotic
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Translations

fertility drug

nfarmaco contro la sterilità
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If the woman is below the age of 35, and has been trying to conceive without a positive pregnancy, the doctor will try oral or injectable fertility medication before IVF."
In one study, 648 of 657, or 99% of women stated that they would like an alternative to standard birth control pills and ovulation-induction fertility medication. (2) Evidence suggests that treatment with certain botanicals may have a positive impact on PCOS comorbidities including infertility.
The "Money Monster" actor added that Amal got pregnant without the help of any fertility medication. When they found out that they were expecting, it had been a pleasant surprise for them.
When she was offered ISDVF at The James Cook University Hospital in Middlesbrough after four unsuccessful cycles of fertility medication, Linsey, of Redcar, jumped at the chance.
Patients who have downloaded the Zappix free app are able to engage with the Pharmacy in an easy and intuitive way from the moment they are in the clinic through their entire fertility medication cycle on iPhone and Android phones.
Upon enrollment, the women reported their reproductive history, previous use of contraception and fertility medication, whether the pregnancy was planned, and how long it took to become pregnant after stopping contraception.
Women were not eligible to participate if they were using contraception at the time of conception or were using fertility medication during the 12 months prior to conception.
Consequently, the results observed in animal studies (with the medications administered to pregnant animals) may not be particularly relevant to the clinical situation where the fertility medication is discontinued before ovulation and conception.