Fertility Treatment Drugs – How They Work

on Mar 17, 2016

by Dr. Renee Hanton, MD

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When a couple is struggling to become pregnant, there are actually several drugs that can help. These fertility drugs have been shown to help a couple become pregnant and are rather effective.

When a couple is struggling to become pregnant, there are actually several drugs that can help. These fertility drugs have been shown to help a couple become pregnant and are rather effective. Naturally, there are many different kinds of fertility drugs. In order to determine which is the best option for you, you should first discover what is causing your infertility. Claim Your 20 Free Pregnancy Tests – Click Here


One of the main issues that women face when they are trying to become pregnant is the inability to ovulate. In order to conceive, ovulation must be trackable and regular. Unfortunately, this is not the case for many women. Instead, they find that they are not able to ovulate or, if they are ovulating, it is not regular.

Many fertility drugs help to counteract this situation. They help to improve the frequency that a woman ovulates so that she is able to become pregnant. Some drugs also help to cause a woman to ovulate at a particular time, which is helpful for those undergoing fertility treatments like IVF where eggs must first be removed.

Unhealthy Eggs

Another issue that causes problems when women are trying to conceive is unhealthy eggs. Sometimes the body does not create the right hormones to ensure that the eggs released are healthy enough to become fertilized.

This is another area that fertility drugs can help with. Many women have a low amount of the hormone FSH in their system, which is responsible for creating healthy eggs. When given these fertility drugs, women are able to produce healthy eggs on a regular basis. This helps increase their chances of conceiving.

Health Conditions

Other women struggle to conceive because of health conditions they have. For example, women with PCOS or diabetes tend to struggle to conceive. Not only do these conditions make it hard to conceive, but they can cause a woman not to ovulate at the same time.

As before mentioned, ovulation is a critical part of the pregnancy process. When these conditions are not treated correctly, it can be extremely difficult for ovulation to occur. Special fertility drugs can help treat these conditions and the issues they cause with ovulation as well as the other health concerns in question.

Since there are many types of fertility drugs, you will want to talk with your doctor in order to determine the right drug for you. Discovering the cause of your infertility is the best thing you can do when you are trying to conceive. With the help of your doctor you will be able to decide which medication will work best for you as well as which fertility treatments are preferable.

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Dr. Renee Hanton is ConceiveEasy's Senior Physician with expertise in the diagnosis and treatment of infertility. Dr. Hanton specializes in the endocrine causes of infertility, such as polycystic ovary syndrome (PCOS).

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