Medication InstructionsRandy Morris
Many fertility medications are administered by subcutaneous injection. This article contains step by step instructions and pictures for giving yourself a subcutaneous injection.
Although less common, some fertility medications are best administered by intramuscular injection. This article contains step by step instructions and pictures for giving yourself an intramuscular injection.
Follistim is a popular medication used for fertility treatments including IVF. Instead of a syringe, Follistim is used with a pen injector which is easy to learn and use.
Low dose hCG is used for ovarian stimulation in IVF and gives superior results. Learn about preparing and administering low dose hCG.
Progesterone, one of the reproductive hormones normally produced by the ovary after ovulation. It is needed to prepare the endometrium for implantation of an embryo and is used as part of an assisted reproductive technology (ART), ovulation induction or sometimes to induce a period in a woman who hasn’t ovulated. Here are step-by-step instructions for administering Progesterone Injection injections.
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