IVF Medication

Because the journey is hard enough

We offer a range of IVF medication, services and advice for people looking to explore this option to have children.

IVF can often be a long and emotional journey and therefore should be treated with care and education so those choosing this option can make the right decisions.

IVF medication is based on your age, ovarian reserve, and response to any previous fertility treatments.

Our pharmacists have undergone extra training to provide you with the right advice regarding your IVF medication regime, including:

  • Proper storage
  • Dosages
  • How to inject
  • Potential side-effects
  • Much more

We are also available after-hours in emergency situations. 

Contact our IVF specialist team.

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IVF Medication - FAQs

This depends on the type of medication, your chosen route to pregnancy and your circumstances.

Get in touch with us to find out the costs associated with your chosen IVF paths.

IVF medication refers to the various medications prescribed to women undergoing in vitro fertilisation (IVF) treatment. These medications help regulate the woman’s menstrual cycle, stimulate egg production, prevent premature ovulation, and prepare the uterine lining for embryo transfer.

This is both a personal choice and one that’s based on professional medical analysis.

To make this decision, it’s crucial to know the options, possible side effects, costs and likely outcomes.

This means accessing the right information and consulting with a professional.

IVF medications can be administered through injections or oral pills. The method of administration depends on the type of medication prescribed.

Common side effects of IVF medications may include:

  • Bloating
  • Breast tenderness
  • Mood swings
  • Headaches
  • Injection site reactions

In some cases, ovarian hyperstimulation syndrome (OHSS) may occur, which can cause abdominal pain, swelling, and nausea.

No, IVF medication protocols are tailored to each individual based on factors such as the woman’s age, ovarian reserve, and response to previous fertility treatments.

The dosage and type of medications may vary to optimise the chances of success and minimise potential risks.

Fees

Fees are dependant on the type of medication, your chosen route to pregnancy and your circumstances.

Get in touch with us to find out the costs associated with your chosen IVF paths.

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