General Tips for Getting the Most Out of Your Fertility Medications:

General Tips for Getting the Most Out

Injectable Fertility Medications

Few people approach their first injection of a fertility medication without some degree of anxiety, and yet some of the most effective and commonly prescribed fertility medications on the market today are administered by injection. We've compiled some basic information about the types of injections you may have to take, as well as some important tips to keep in mind as you and your partner prepare to administer injections.

If you have more doubts or confusion about your injectable medications, feel free to call your pharmacist or your doctor's office to learn more. Your comfort and peace of mind is an important part of successful fertility treatment, and your health care team should be available to help whenever you need them.

How are fertility medications administered?

Injectable fertility medications are given either subcutaneously or intramuscularly. You should have clear instructions on the medication packaging information your doctor and/or pharmacist should also provide information to you about whether your medication(s) is/are to be administered subcutaneously or intramuscularly.

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