Hormone and fertility drugs can help women who are struggling to become mothers due to ovulation disorders conceive.
Doctors are not so quick to hand out prescription drugs such as Clomid to women with ovulation disorders or those struggling to conceive due to other health issues . Some women may have turned down on many occasions for fertility drugs and as a last desperate resort turn to online pharmacies, with the promise it is just what they need to fulfill their dream.
With more women determined to become pregnant, are more turning to the internet for fertility drugs to boost their chances of fertility? Is going to GP surgery a things of the past with prescription drugs so readily available online?
Fertility drugs remain the primary treatment for women with ovulation disorders ; some are taken orally and some are injected. In general, these medications work by causing the release of hormones that either trigger ovulation or regulate it. Says Web MD
Ovulation disorders , result in
- fewer opportunities to conceive
- difficulty detecting a woman’s fertile periods
- eggs not breaking through the follicle
- eggs being released off-sync with other factors crucial to fertilization or implantation
Prescription drugs such as Clomid and other known fertility drugs are licensed medicine and are regulated by legislation, are mail order prescription drugs safe?
netmum.com conducted a survey regarding buying fertility drugs online. 800 women took part in the survey with 4% of them saying they would definitely buy Clomid online and almost 15% of them agreed they would consider buying them online.
What are the dangers of buying prescription drugs for fertility online?
While some over the counter medicines may be embarrassing to buy, and buying online makes life easier for us, it is quicker to hit the buy now button from the comfort of your own living room, than having to try to get an appointment with the local GP. I can clearly see why so many women would choose to risk buying the medicine they desperately want. But are they putting their own health and chances of conceiving further at risk.
Some websites that sell medications:
Are not licensed pharmacies or are not pharmacies at all.
Will sell you a prescription medication if you do not have a prescription, which is against the law.
May require you to fill out a questionnaire before ordering your medication and then use that information only to diagnose your problem. Without your doctor’s oversight, the online pharmacy may give you a diagnosis that is not correct and sell you medication that is not right for you or your condition.
Do not provide you with information about your medication, or provide you with information that is inaccurate or misleading.
Do not protect your personal information, such as your credit card number and address.
While Clomid is often talked about and wanted it is not suitable for every women who has ovulation disorders.
Clomid can cause permanent infertility if taken in the wrong doses and is not correctly regulated by a health professional;.It can cause liver failure and your life could be put at risk.
What are your views on buying fertility drugs online? Would you buy them?
I would love to hear your views ….
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