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Posted by: Mercia | 2011/01/20

Pills

My friend says her doctor gave her a pill to help her get pregnant easier/faster.

Is she correct? Is there something like that?

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Hallo Mercia
In patients that are not ovulating, a medication can be given to stimulate ovulation. It is not advised to take it when you have a normal cycle as the side effects can be unpleasant and the risk for triplets etc is increased.
Dr Bets

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Posted by: Cyberdoc | 2011/01/20

Hallo Mercia
In patients that are not ovulating, a medication can be given to stimulate ovulation. It is not advised to take it when you have a normal cycle as the side effects can be unpleasant and the risk for triplets etc is increased.
Dr Bets

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