What are Fertility Drugs’ side effects?






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Some women who take fertility drugs find that they have some significant side effects. Most of them are easily tolerated, but some women might find the side effects of fertility drugs to be more inconvenient than others.

For example, one of the most common side effects of fertility drugs is upset stomach. Many women find that this side effect is easily treated by taking their fertility pill along with a meal. Clomid is the most popular fertility drugs on the market today, and it has some common side effects, most of which are minor.

Clomid-is-the-most-popular-fertility-drugs-on-the-market-today-and-it-has-some-common-side-effectsThe side effects of Clomid often mimic the symptoms of pregnancy. For example, nausea, upset stomach, bloating, sore and tender breasts and fatigue are the most common side effects associated with Clomid. Some women who are being treated with injectable gonadotropins for fertility find that they experience redness, tenderness and swelling at the injection site.

This can easily be remedied by placing a bag of ice at the injection site before the injection, and then warming the injection site afterwards. Your doctor can give you advice about how to best handle the side effects of the particular drugs that you are taking.

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Larissa Belanger, RN

Ms. Belanger has 20 years of experience in women's healthcare and nursing, including labor and delivery, postpartum and antenatal. She is passionate toward improving both maternal and fetal outcomes of high-risk obstetrics patients.