fertility drugs

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How Much Does IVF Cost? From $900 to $19,000

The cost of IVF treatments depends on the type of infertility procedures and fertility drugs. Here’s a summary of the average cost of IVF for couples undergoing fertility treatments – including clinic visits, fertility medication, and miscellaneous expenses such as travel, parking, food, and other expenses related to fertility care. The bad news is that an IVF cycle costs almost […]

13 Tips for Getting Pregnant Without Taking Fertility Drugs

When I was trying to conceive, my health specialists gave me everything from clomid to luteinizing hormones. If you want to get pregnant without fertility drugs, this is a good place to start… Some women who are focused on getting pregnant without fertility drugs believe in starting with the pregnancy tests the day after they miss a period! Other women […]

How Clomid – a Fertility Drug – Helps You Get Pregnant

Here’s a clear, simple explanation of how the fertility drug clomid helps you get pregnant. It’s not the most fun fertility drug, but it can help you conceive a baby. First, though – if you’re trying to get pregnant, don’t forget the First Response Early Result Pregnancy Test. It’ll help you know as quick as possible if you’re pregnant. Don’t give […]

Prescription Drug Treatments for Female Infertility – Tips for Getting Pregnant

If you haven’t been able to get pregnant for a year (or longer, if you’re like me!), you may be thinking about possible fertility problems. Here are four prescription drug treatments for female infertility; my next article will cover four surgical treatments for fertility problems for women. Before the tips, here’s what Dr Miriam Stoppard says about getting pregnant: “If […]

How Fertility Treatments and Drugs Contribute to Multiple Births

Fertility drugs and treatments are connected to multiple births and premature births, says the March of Dimes (a charity that promotes the health of babies). Here’s a summary of their information on how assisted reproductive technologies, such as controlled ovarian hyperstimulation, affect pregnancy and birth rates. “Many people have focused on the role of assisted reproductive technologies in multiples and […]