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|Drugs for Infertility|
Here you can find information on the various medications used for treatment. Learn the types, costs and how to administer them.
|Ferring Pharmaceuticals, Inc.|
Markets a range of infertility treatments and endocrinology products.
Information on fertility drugs, what conditions specific drugs are used for, dosage information, side effects, risk of multiple pregnancy and long-term safety. Medications profiled include clomiphene citrate (Clomid, Serophene), hMG (Pergonal, Humegon, Repronex), urofollitropin/FSH (Fertinex, Follistim, Gonal-F), hCG (Profasi, Pregnyl, APL), bromocriptine and cabergoline (Parlodel, Dostinex), progesterone (Crinone, Prometrium), GnRH (Factrel, Luterepulse) and GnRH agonists (Lupron, Synarel, Zoladex).
|Fertility Drugs Do Not Raise Breast, Ovarian Or Uterine Cancer Risk|
Article in Family Planning Perspectives summarizes the findings of a study in Australia. (April, 2000)
|Fertility Drugs for Men|
Information on medications (such as Clomid) that can help correct hormonal imbalances that lead to fertility problems in men.
|Fertility Drugs for Women|
Information including side effects, cost and success rates for medications used to treat infertility including clomiphene (Clomid, Serophene), human menopausal gonodotropin (Pergonal, Metrodin, Repronex, Perganyl), FSH (Fertinex, Follistim, Gonal-F) and bromocriptine (Parlodel).
|Fertility Treatment: Drugs|
About.com page on fertility drugs.
|Mother's Little Helper|
Common drugs used to treat infertility in women, what they do, approximate costs, side effects.
|ParentsNest: Fertility Drugs|
A complete list of infertility and fertility medications including telephone numbers to manufacturers.
|What Are the Most Common Fertility drugs?|
Discussion of which medications are most commonly used and what they are used for.