i ve been on letrozole for 2 mnths for infertility how would it help me for being pregnant and it was prescribed by my doctor


Letrozole is also known as

Letrozole is also known as Femera and is used by many physicians to encourage ovulation. Letrozole may improve outcome in cycles combining injectable FSH with oral ovulation induction. Recent studies report that the combination of letrozole and FSH enhances follicular recruitment while reducing the amount of FSH needed for optimal stimulation, the good news is that this reduces the cost of the cycle.

It is also used in non-fertility related health problems. It is an oral medication, so no shots, but it does have some side effects, such as:
hot flushes
night sweats
nausea
vomiting
muscle, joint, or bone pain
excessive tiredness
headache
dizziness

 
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