Fertility Drugs

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Min. 3 articles of 1000 words approx. to cover the below fertility drug categories
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For a closer look at the most popular fertility medications (including their costs, success rates, and side effects), click on the names below:

• Clomifene
Brand names: Clomiphene, Clomid, Serophene and Milophene

• Gonadotropins
Brand names: Pergonal, Humegon, Repronex, Metrodin, Fertinex, Follistim, Gonal F, Preganyl.

• Bromocriptine
Brand name: Parlodel

To discuss the causes of infertility Clomid & the others can help with 500, to discuss all the side effects and precautions as well and a bit more context quite possibly 1,000. All hormone treatments carry significant risks of blood clots as well as being protective against some forms of cancer while increasng the risk of others so it'd be a thousand if you wanted to cover all of that
For many infertile couples, fertility drugs are often the first step in treatment. Millions of women across the world are prescribed drugs, such as clomifene (clomid) and gonadotrophins, each year.

The drugs promote ovulation by stimulating hormones in your brain to get one or more eggs ready and released from your ovaries each month. For women who ovulate rarely or irregularly, such drugs can seem like a miracle cure. They can also be used to treat some male fertility problems.

Many of these fertility drugs have been used safely and successfully for more than 30 years. But they do carry some risks, such as severe side effects and a higher chance of multiple pregnancy. Just under one in ten women who take clomid have a multiple pregnancy, but it can be as high as one in three in women taking gonadotrophins. You have to weigh up your desire to have a baby against the risks of twins or more.

Info taken from: http://www.babycentre.co.uk/preconception/fertilitytreatments/fertilitydrugsoverview/

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