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 ...
If you are a woman actively trying to conceive or planning to do so in the near future, having a clear understanding of how the body works can be beneficial. A woman may be trying to get pregnant without any success just because she is trying on the wrong days of the monthly cycle because she does not have the knowledge shared here about fertility as well as Ovidrel and ovulation (in case it is difficult to conceive naturally).
There are only a number of days in which a woman can conceive, to be precise, at least six days of a woman’s menstrual cycle, including the day, prior and after ovulation. Knowing the days when you are most fertile can increase the chance of conception.
What is Ovulation?
It is the release of an egg from one of the ovary, the process happens once a month; it occurs 12 to 16 days before the next monthly period starts. Below are some things which happen in a woman’s body before ovulation:
The eggs are contained in ovarian ...