What to take to help with ovulation?

See your GYN. At 41, you do not have time to waste if you want to get pregnant. I know of no over the counter herbs to help you ovulate. There are pills that you can get from your gyn, such as Letrezole and Clomid to help you ovulate. Glucophage (metformin) may also be useful. There are also blood tests to give you an inidication of how likely you are to succeed. Read my fertility story in www.ticktock.ws.

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I'm trying to get pregnant and I'm about to start provera (medroxyprogesterone). I understand provera (medroxyprogesterone) doesn't help with ovulation. What can I take to help me ovulate?

Provera (medroxyprogesterone) Provera (medroxyprogesterone) is a Progesterone like compound which should produce a period. Provera (medroxyprogesterone) takes care of the lining of the uterus so that it doesn't get overly thick. There are ovulation induction agents which can then be given for ovulation. Speak with your doctor. Read more...

I'm trying to conceive, I have abnormal periods && I DO NOT ovulate, what can I take to help me ovulate?

Need ob evaluation . if you truly do not ovulate at all, you will need to see a fertility specialist to decide whether to proceed with medications or egg harvesting. Read more...

I'm on dialysis I have mild PCOS I'm on birth control to help regulate my periods we want to have a baby what can I take to help me ovulate?

Confer with your doc. Anyone on dialysis should first confer with their treatment team before considering pregnancy.Since your system cannot manage your own needs without external help, pregnancy may be dangerous for you & any baby you conceive.If they give you the go ahead, they are better suited to suggest treatments that would work in unison with your dialysis needs. Read more...