Fertility Drugs and Issues
How they work
These drugs are taken, either injected or taken in pill form, and when introduced these drugs release hormones that induce ovulation to boost egg production, which makes the uterus more receptive to embryo implantation.
These conditions, are noted by women who do not ovulate regularly, or whose partners have poor sperm quality. If fallopian tubes, are either blocked or damaged, avoid using these drugs, or even scarring from endometriosis(they require IVF)
Around 40-45% of women who take pills to ovulate to get pregnant, it is said as many at 50% of women who ovulate as a result of the shots are said to get pregnant
Drugs are relatively cheaper than fertility treatments, as there low cost.
The side affects, are said to be, possible bloating, headaches,hot flashes, nausea,and also worse with shots and also include risk of multiple births, premature delivery, and most importantly the formation of large ovarian cysts