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Clomid

...  these cases, the most favourable results are seen within women who are suffering from a condition known as polcystic ovary syndrome. Polycystic ovary syndrome is a disorder which prevents women from ovulating at a monthly interval or can also be diagnosed when there are other conditions which avert a woman from ovulating. Whenever one chooses to buy generic Clomid online, they must remember that  ...

Cabaser

...  Physicians are recommending the drug to those with microprolactinomas, otherwise known as a malfunction of the prolactin. It may also be substituted for Bromocriptine. Thus, it can help treat anovulation, amenorrhea, and galactorrhea. Libido dysfunction and anorgasmia may also be treated with Cabaser. In addition to that, this drug is beneficial to bodybuilders because anabolic steroid  ...

Avandia

...  overdose are: hunger, sweating, unusually fast heartbeat, coma, fainting, sluggishness, and worse, death. Some Changes Experienced During Medication Women who do not have their period anymore might ovulate again during Avandia treatment. To solve this, they should take birth control as well, while under medication of Avandia. Since patients might experience some minor (or major) health changes  ...

Ortho Evra

...  known as norelgestromin and ethinyl estradiol, Ortho Evra is a medication that is issued to those who want to stay away from becoming pregnant. The drug stops the ovulation process in the body and affects the lining of the uterine wall and the mucous membranes of the cervix. Ortho Evra is used as a patch, meaning, it’s not taken orally like a pill. The medication can’t  ...

Insulin Resistance

...  before fatty liver gets worse and lead to cirrhosis of the liver, and eventually, liver cancer. Reproductive abnormalities Women who are experiencing insulin resistance will have a difficulty in ovulation and conception. They are also prone to having irregular menses, or cessation of menses. On the other hand, men who have insulin resistance do not seem to have a problem with their  ...

Endometriosis

...  to eventual infertility. The likelihood of living a normal life will heavily depend upon proper intervention and management of the disease overall. Medications Alesse, Aygestin, Apri, Aviane, Ciclovulan, Cytarabine, Danazol, Danocrine, Desogen, Epirubicin, Ethinyl estradiol, Filgrastim, Fulvestrant, Idarubicin, Kariva, Levora, Lupron, Lutera, Levlen,  ...

Contraception

...  type of birth control in which a man removes his penis before ejaculating- a very unpredictable and inaccurate way to get away from pregnancy. Rhythm method- this method is about knowing one’s ovulation cycle. Just like withdrawal method, the rhythm method could be effective at a very little rate, as some women ovulate while having her period. This is rather helpful for those who are  ...

Polycystic Ovary Syndrome

...  absence of menstruation or amenorrhea. This is due to the absence of signals from the pituitary gland to the ovaries. The lack of these chemical signals block the production of eggs necessary for ovulation to occur. Signs And Symptoms Of Polycystic Ovary Syndrome Women suffering from this condition usually gain weight and have difficulty controlling their weight gain and will also produce the  ...

Menstrual Cycle

...  where fertilization occured. The unfertilized egg is also discharged but it it too tiny to be seen. As a rule, women monitor their menstrual cycle and use this is as a tool to know when they are in ovulating and maybe pregnant or not. Between the 5th to 13th day, the second phase occurs. This is called the follicular or proliferative phase wherein the a woman’s body is in a stage of  ...

Dysmenorrhea

...  relieve symptoms of primary dysmenorrhea. With the prescription of a doctor, oral contraceptives may be used to minimize the flow of menstruation, control urine contractions, and inhibit excessive ovulation. Continued medication also offers the additional benefits of regulating menstrual flow and guaranteeing birth control while hormonal treatment may use GnRH agonists, progestins, and danazol  ...