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Are there any fertility enhancing medicines?

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posted Oct 24, 2015 by anonymous

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There are different kinds of fertility drugs available in the market to regularise ovulation, menstrual cycle and other reproductive issues, which in turn enhance fertility. However, they come with their share of side effects and should be only administered under supervision. Opting for natural methods like these is a more viable option. Some of these drugs are-

Clomid or Serophene

Clomid (clomiphene citrate) has been referred most commonly for treating infertility issues along with Serophene. These are also referred to as estrogen blocking drugs and fall under SERM or Selective Estrogen Receptor Modulators. All in all, they are known for stimulating the ovaries to produce eggs. Again the entire process of taking them is complicated and should be done under medical supervision.

Injectable Hormones

Many kinds of injectable hormones are suggested for fertility. These include Human Chorionic Gonadotropin like Novarel, Ovidrel, etc. Then there are Follicle Stimulating Hormone like Bravelle and Human Menopausal Gonadotropin (hMG), such as Menopur, which are suggested in this reference

Pregnyl, Profasi and Novarel

These three drugs are known fro stimulating egg maturity and have released from your follicle via manipulating hCG hormone in the system.

Follistim or Gonal-F

Making use of some of the above mentioned hormones, this drug is known to help the egg mature and induces ovulation too. Ideally, it is used in helping multiple eggs mature for a successful IVF.


Another drug that is a Gonadotropin-releasing hormone (GnRH) antagonist is Antagon. This drug is known for regulating hormones post chemotherapy or other relative illnesses. It helps in stopping ovulation for a given period so that ovulation is regulated later on.

Hep-Lock or Liquamin

For many who are prone to miscarriages, this is a drug highly suggested for reducing issues of blood clotting, which is related to the same. In particular, women suffering from recurrent pregnancy mishaps are suggested the same.

Pergonal, Repronex and Menopur

Formed by merging LH and FSH, human menopausal gonadotropin is injected for regularising ovulation and thus increasing chances of pregnancy.

answer Apr 15, 2016 by Rachel