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An infertility drug may improve ovulation, etc., but won't help damage caused by the leep procedure performed on the cervix. For a successful fertility, a woman should produce eggs, which is called ovulation. After the eggs unite with the men cells, it becomes fertilized and travels to the uterus, where implantation occurs. In the case of a successful implantation, pregnancy is achieved. An infertility drug may improve ovulation, etc., but won't help damage caused by the leep procedure performed on the cervix.

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LEEP Procedure, Cervix

If a woman has problems with ovulation, she is prescribed certain medicines that improve ovulation and increase the chance of getting pregnant. As a rule, clomiphene is used to improve ovulation. If this does not work, the doctor will prescribe human chronic gonadotrophin. An infertility drug may improve ovulation, etc., but won't help damage caused by the leep procedure performed on the cervix.

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