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Medication Center

There are many medications available for the treatment of infertility. These medications are either hormones or substances that stimulate hormone production—and are used to regulate and/or stimulate your fertility. Some of these medications may be taken in pill form, as a nasal spray, a vaginal insert, or a gel that you rub into you skin, but many of them must be given as an injection on one or more days during an ovulation cycle.

To learn more about medications used to treat infertility, and how to give yourself an injection, select from the list of topics below:
 

EXPLORE INFERTILITY MEDICATIONS
» INJECTABLE MEDICATIONS
Learn about infertility medications that are given by injection.
» ORAL & TOPICAL MEDICATIONS
Learn about infertility medications that are taken by mouth or in some form other than an injection.
» VAGINAL PROGESTERONES
Learn about vaginal progesterones and how they are administered.
MEDICATION ADMINISTRATION
» The Basics
Learn how to give yourself or a loved one a basic injection.
 

Last modified on: 7 October 2015




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