In couples who have ovulation problems but do not have any additional problems, there is a chance of pregnancy only by stimulating the ovaries through tablets or injections and with normal intercourse.

Stimulation of ovulation can be achieved in many patients with short-term tablets taken orally, starting within the first five days of the menstrual cycle. After drug use, the response to the drug can be evaluated by ultrasonography and the level of progesterone hormone in the blood. Egg cracking injections are not necessary for these patients.

In a very small group of patients, it is necessary to stimulate the ovaries with hormone-containing injections administered subcutaneously instead of oral tablets and to perform cracking injections (patients whose ovaries cannot be stimulated with oral tablets, such as Hypogonadotropic Hypogonadism).

Side effects that may be seen with Ovarian Stimulating Drugs:

hot flashes,
Tenderness in breasts,
emotional reactions,
In rare cases, allergic symptoms,