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How Old Do You Need To Be To Take Fertility Drugs
No Specific Age: There is no specific age. Most women are at least 18 years old but I suppose in certain circumstances a younger women could take medicines (for instance to freeze eggs before cancer treatment). Many women in their early 20's up to late 40's take medicines. ...Read more
Hi, I'm 38 yrs old and I want to get pregnant soon can I take fertility dugs? What kinds of fertility drugs I should take? Please help
Yes: There are many options, but first you would need an evaluation. It is important to understand the whole process and what may benefit you. Fertility drugs do good things but also have risks such as multiple pregnancy so it is not just about being treated, but having and understanding the plan to help you. ...Read more
No: A gestational carrier ('surrogate, ' although the terms are different legally) does not use fertility drugs per se. She does not get injections with gonadotropins. She does, however, need her uterine lining prepared and she needs to be synchronized with the woman who will provide the eggs. Gestational carriers typically use drugs like oral estrogen pills and Progesterone to do this. ...Read more
Is it safe to take fertility drugs when you have graves disease (I take 10 mg of methimazole once daily)?
Yes: Yes the medicines are safe. Your thyroid tests need to be monitored to make sure they are stable over time. A rise in your hormones can alter your thyroid hormones but this is easily monitored. ...Read more
I gave birth 5 1/2 months ago. I have PCOS and had to take fertility drugs to get pregnant. I only had a period 3 or 4 times a year prior. I have been?
Congratulations!: Wishing you and your baby a long healthy happy full of love and laughter together. What is your question? ...Read more
Yes: It's unwise to take molly at any time. There is a reason street drugs are on the street. No one tests them, no one guarantees their safety, and anyone who takes them accepts full responsibility for anything unfortunate that happens to her (or him.) would you take molly when you are pregnant? ...Read more
Fast weight loss?:
There is no such drug.
There is no magic or secret other than changing what and how much you eat and how much you burn.
Now, if you want to talk surgery, then we can get into proven scientific weight loss. Surgery has been proven over and over to make a significant difference in the diseases of obesity once the weight is off.
But, please know that there is no such pill. ...Read more
Avoid stress.: During ivf cycles, generally solid advice is to follow your specialist's recommendations, minimize stress (physical and emotional), rest as long as you like, maintain hydration and balanced diet and take your Folic Acid 1-5 mg daily. Avoid saunas, all alcohol/smoking/illicit drugs and maintain a positive attitude. Best of luck! ...Read more
No: The answer is 'no.' like fad diets, the grapevine and the internet are filled with remedies, herbs, otc drugs, diets, vitamins, supplements, and tricks to 'make you more fertile.' none are validated: at best they don't work and at worst, dangerous. That said: a healthy diet, limiting caffeine and alcohol, avoid tobacco, moderate exercise, and staying healthy all support natural fertility. ...Read more
Currently, I am taking epilim200 for epilepsy. It is been a long years I have take this drug. Does it effects my fertility?
I have recently failed a drug tust for oxazepam and there is no way it could be in my system I take maca and dandellion for natural fertility?
Possibly: False positive test- not uncommon, especially when using herbal supplements. Get retested and consult ordering physician. ...Read more
I am 16 years old and plan on beginning to TTC in 9-10 months. Will my age affect my fertility? And suppliments I should take? Thanks in advance!
My husband and I are trying to have a baby one last time. I am 41 years old. Is it anything I should be doing to prepare? Is there any medication I can take from the doctor that will increase fertility?
The best answer is to see a reproductive endocrinologist (fertility specialist) to determine what your potential for getting pregnant is, or you may lose valuable time. Most women will be unable to get pregnant by the age of 45, but may start experiencing a lot of difficulty, even using fertility treatments, as early as age 42. Additionally, miscarriage rates rise for the same reason the risk of down's syndrome rises after 35...The eggs that are released (ovulated) are more prone to have chromosomal errors. As previously mentioned your reproductive potential can be assessed by performing 3 tests: day 3 fsh, amh & an antral follicle count on ultrasound. The important thing to mention is that while there may be age available statistics, those are just averages for your age group. Your chances may be better or worse based on these values and your history. Typically a normal value for fsh is 4-8. A value between 8-15 may indicated decreased ovarian function, and above 15 may predict significant problems getting pregnant. One test that is newer and shows a lot of promise is the amh value. A value less than 1.0 suggests compromised ovarian function and may suggest decreased responsiveness to medication. Often an amh value may pick up subtle ovarian dysfunction before the more traditional test, fsh. The information derived from the amh test can be used to influence what treatment is chosen for your particular circumstance. In a study we published at brown university, amh values less than 1.0 corresponded with less eggs retrieved during ivf (6 or less eggs). Finally, the antral follicle count involves counting the number of "developing eggs" (follicles) and can be used to estimate your ovarian function as well. A fertility specialist will also be able to evaluate and treat other factors that may decrease your chances of getting pregnant. In the interim it is always best to continue taking prenatal vitamins, limit caffeine intake to once daily, avoid cigarette smoke and eat healthy.
Stephan krotz, M.D.
Advanced fertility center of texas. ...Read more
Is it ok for a 19 year old girl weighing 180lbs to take some pills to help them lose weight? Does it affect your fertility?
PIlls to lose weight:
No. It is not okay. Pills are dangerous. They do not lead to true and lasting weight loss. They are actually a crime against health, but they make their makers a lot of money.
Weight loss is about changing your life. It is about limiting calories...Eating less sugars and more protein. It is about moving and being active with a type of exercise that burns the right calories...Those pesty sugars. ...Read more
If a 2 yrs old e beta thalassemia baby take Hydroxyurea then will it affect her fertility (ability to have children)? Pls advice...
Unknown: No the baba HUG trial demosntrated clinical improvment to patients with primarly sickle cell disease (but also thalasemia) with the use of hydrea (hydroxyurea). There have been no reproted long term consequences of hydrea (hydroxyurea) therapy in young children. Hydrea (hydroxyurea) is a teratogen and should not be given to pregnant women, but thus far has not been reported as a cause female infertility, only male. ...Read more
Hi doctor I am 20 years old and I take valporic acid for past 5 years can it permanently effect fertility can I just stopped taking this medicine my sezuire is cure but my doctor change my medicine to 500 mg to 250 mg I take healthy and nutritional diet b
Valproic & Fertility: There is not great evidence whether it is epilepsy itself or to antiseizure drug treatment that may lead to lower fertility. Valproate has been linked to an increased risk of polycystic ovary disease, a leading cause of infertility in woman. Most important thing is contraception/family planning while on and working with a neurologist for med management when deciding to have children. ...Read more
I have low T at 29 years old, and my doctor switched me to a fertility drug as an alternative to boost testosterone and still have kids. Is this effective?
Yes: Use of clomiphene to stimulate testosterone production is the recommended course of therapy for a male needing supplementation but still concerned with fertility. Testosterone taken exogenously (topically or by injection) causes a feedback suppression of testosterone production and sperm cell maturation by the two respective call lines making up the testicles ...Read more
How long could it take for me to get my period after getting off Depo-Provera shot? And can I get fertility drugs to help me get pregnant faster?
Up to 9 months: You possibly might not see a period for 9 months from your last shot, although it is usually quicker. This assumes your periods were regular before you started the Depo. Fertility drugs are not appropriate in this situation and would be of marginal benefit even if you could find someone who would prescribe them ...Read more
Fullness: Symptoms vary when using fertility medications. Many women feel very little, others feel a sensation of fullness or pressure as the follicle grow. Clomiphene can cause irritability and headaches. Gonadotropins are often benign in their effects when mild stimulation is used. Ovulation symptoms are common. Any significant or unusual discomfort or problems should be discussed with your doctor. ...Read more
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