Common Fertility Drugs

What are the different kinds of fertility drugs? ... read more »

Fertility Drugs and Breastfeeding

Fertility drugs are not commonly used by breastfeeding women so there is very little information on safety and efficacy. It is not known if drugs like Clomid, HCG, FSH and other fertility drugs pass to baby in breast milk. ... read more »

Online Fertility Drugs: What Are You Really Buying?

The extreme ease of buying things, especially cheap things, on the internet has led one doctor in Ohio to send out the cry that buyers should beware, especially if fertility drugs are on the shopping list. ... read more »

Fertility Medications: Cycloset and Parlodel (Bromocriptine)

A doctor may prescribe Bromocriptine to help women who have an ovulation problem caused by a benign tumor in the pituitary gland, located in the brain just behind the nose. Doctors refer to this condition as pituitary adenoma. ... read more »

Periconception and Preconception Interview

The periconception and preconception interview will help you identify issues and help you have a healthier pregnancy. ... read more »

Preconception and Periconception Care and Trying To Conceive

Preconception and periconception care are important aspects of your prenatal care and your way to improve your chances having a healthy pregnancy ... read more »

How to Avoid Using Fertility Drugs to Become Pregnant

Many couples struggling to achieve pregnancy can conceive naturally by following some simple guidelines before resorting to expensive and potentially hazardous fertility medications. ... read more »

Infertility Treatments Don't Work

LONDON - A new study calls into question the use of two common infertility treatments for couples who have unexplained problems having children. ... read more »

Bromocriptine (Parlodel)

What is Bromocriptine (Parlodel) and how is it taken? ... read more »

Leuprolide Side Effects

What are potential side effects of Leuprolide? ... read more »

Pergonal and Ovarian Cancer

Some studies have found an association between ovarian cancer and certain ovulation-inducing medications such as gonadotropins (Pergonal is a member of this drug group) while other studies have not. ... read more »

What Drugs Are Used for Fertility Treatments?

There are multiple means of conception via fertility treatments. Some women opt to have embryos transferred into the uterus and others choose to have sperm and egg implanted in hopes of a more natural conception. ... read more »