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Ovidrel, a Fertility Drug: Success Rates

Ovidrel, a Fertility Drug: Success Rates
Every woman in this world dreams for motherhood. But some women unfortunately could not conceive due to some genetic, environmental and structural problems in their reproductive system. In the recent world the women who cannot naturally conceive are increasing in number due to the western culture and sedentary lifestyle. But fortunately there are many in vitro fertilization techniques available for them to experience the bay of mother-ship. Ovidrel is one of the most common drugs which aid the maturation of eggs that is crucial for in vitro fertilization. It also helps in maturation of eggs for the natural fertilization. For these techniques Ovidrel is administered orally or parenteral before 36 hours of sexual intercourse or extraction of eggs from the female.    Many doctors prefer Ovidrel to other drugs for prescribing to their patients for the maturation of eggs due to its high success rate. It is a Recombinant Human Chorionic Gonadotropin Hormone which h ...

When and how to take Ovidrel shot

Ovidrel shot
After having a long discussion with your fertility expert, he informed you that in the last cycle of your fertility treatment, you will use Ovidrel shot. You trust his judgment and you didn’t ask any questions as you needed to attend to an important meeting. Later on, you asked yourself, what is it? It is a fertility drug given in the form of an injection. It enables the eggs to mature well and be released. The drug comes in a prefilled syringe containing a hormone in the form of a liquid. The hormone is known as HCG (human chorionic gonadotropin). The drug is also referred to as trigger shot because it triggers ovulation.   How to Give a Shot   The nurse will give the Ovidrel shot or you can do it in the comfort of your house. The doctor will teach you to do it at home. Ensure you follow the medication instructions given by the doctor outlined below:   Assemble all the required materials in one area, namely, prefilled syringe, a ...

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