Ovulation Induction

Ovulation induction treatments, also referred to as fertility drugs, are used to stimulate follicles in ovaries resulting in production of multiple eggs in one cycle. These medications also control time that you release eggs, or ovulate, so that sexual intercourse, intrauterine inseminations, and in vitro fertilization procedures can be scheduled at the most likely time to achieve pregnancy. Risks associated with use of ovulation induction medications include increase in chance for high order multiple births and development of ovarian cysts. Rare side effect that occurs is ovarian hyper stimulation syndrome, symptoms include severe pain in pelvis, abdomen and chest, nausea, vomiting, bloating, weight gain and difficulty in breathing.

Ovulation induction treatments, also referred to as fertility drugs, are used to stimulate follicles in ovaries resulting in production of multiple eggs in one cycle. These medications also control time that you release eggs, or ovulate, so that sexual intercourse, intrauterine inseminations, and in vitro fertilization procedures can be scheduled at the most likely time to achieve pregnancy.

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