Hormone Therapy
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Fertility drug therapies for infertility remain the primary treatment for women with ovulation disorders - they either do not ovulate or ovulate irregularly. These fertility medications can be taken either orally or through injections to stimulate the woman's ovaries to release multiple mature eggs, so as to maximize the chance of conception.
 
If you have trouble getting pregnant Hormone therapy is the first line of treatment. S10’s SafeCare certified GBR clinic’s fertility specialist may use controlled ovarian hyperstimulation to stimulate the growth and development of ovarian follicles to produce multiple eggs and increase the chances of getting pregnant. Fertility medications can help a woman ovulate 80% of the time. Generally, chances of a successful outcome is contingent on the age of the woman, the type of medication administered, whether there are other infertility factors present in the couple and other issues.