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Infertility medications are only prescribed after other factors have been ruled out such as cervical cancer and scar tissue from cryosurgery. If the woman has ovulatory problems, she may be prescribed clomiphene, a drug that improves ovulation and comes in a tablet form. If this drug does not work, a woman is usually prescribed human chorionic gonadotropin in the form of injection or other drugs. Infertility medications are only prescribed after other factors have been ruled out such as cervical cancer and scar tissue from cryosurgery.

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Infertility Medications

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Cervical Cancer, Cryosurgery

These drugs should be taken in a dosage prescribed by the doctor. The intake of such drugs may increase the chance of multiple births, which is undesirable due to complications. It is also important to have intercourse during treatment at proper time. Infertility medications are only prescribed after other factors have been ruled out such as cervical cancer and scar tissue from cryosurgery.

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Dr. Joe Glickman, Jr., M.D.

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