Top 5 Best Fertility Drugs for Men and Women – Candor IVF Center

What you should know about fertility drug?

fertility-drug-is-good-or-notFertility drug can increase the chance of getting pregnant. But this drug treats some special problems. Therefore, take this drug in consultation with your doctor.
The chance of getting a fertility drug does not increase your chances of getting pregnant, doing no kind of penance.

It is unnecessary to fertilize with a fertility drug.
Tacking fertility drug without any kind of doctor’s check-up will not increase the chance of getting pregnant.

According to the Disease Control and Prevention Centres (CDC) in the United States, 12 percent of women aged 15-44 in the country have difficulty getting pregnant.

Fertility drugs or IVF? What is Best?


If you are the lady who suffering from infertility, then your doctor will suggest and prescribe a fertility medicine to get pregnant. And these medicines called a fertility drug.

This medicine work because it will release more hormones that helps regulate ovulation of realising egg from an ovary.

If you are using some other treatment to earn more chances to get pregnant like an in vitro fertilization, Intrauterine Insemination, but it is also important if you don’t want to let go any little chances of not get pregnant.

What are some good fertility drugs?
There are many drugs in this, but here are the basics on those drugs that are usually prescribed.

I have listed flowing 5 Drugs that are not so harmful

1. Clomid or Serophene
2. Metformin
3. Dopamine agonists
4. HMG
5. FSH

1. Clomid or Serophene

Clomiphene citrate (Clomid) has been used by people from more than 40 years. If you are not usually ovulating, your doctor may prescribe it.
Clomid and Serophene is the brand name of clomiphene, are also famous as the estrogen-blocking drugs. They reason of hypothalamus and pituitary gland which are situated in our brain. And it helps to release hormones like a GnRH (gonadotropin-releasing hormone), FSH (follicle-stimulating hormone) and LH (luteinizing hormone). And this hormone triggers your ovaries to born eggs.
And it helps to release hormones like a GnRH (gonadotropin-releasing hormone), FSH (follicle-stimulating hormone) and LH (luteinizing hormone). And this hormone triggers your ovaries to born eggs.
These drugs are often used in conjunction with other reproductive techniques, such as assisted reproductive techniques or artificial insemination.

2. Metformin

This drug can reduce insulin resistance. The women who are over 35 mass indexes, maybe an insulin resistance which can cause problems with ovulation.

3. Dopamine agonists

These drugs lower the hormone concentrations called prolactin. Having too much prolactin creates ovulation problems in some females.

4. HMG

HMG and human menopausal gonadotropin, This medicine consists of two human hormones luteinizing hormone (LH) and follicle-stimulating hormone (FSH).

Gonadotropins are frequently given to females undergoing aided reproductive technology treatments to stimulate ovaries to generate various follicles (eggs) in one cycle.

FSH and LH are the hormones that usually control the ovarian cycle and promote the growth and ovulation of eggs, and injections of this drug are usually offered daily in the first quarter of the menstrual cycle for 7 to 12 days.

5. FSH

For the same purpose and in the same way as HMG, the follicle-stimulating hormone can also be given. Follistim, FerTiNex, BraveLal, Menopore and Gonel-F are brand names for FSH.
These drugs are useful and 90% successful but in 10% cases the doctor can not find the cause of infertility and medical terms in this case in infertility

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