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Female infertility treatments should be seeked if a pregnancy is not successful after one year of trying. This is the standard definition used for both female and male infertility. It is vital that both members of the couple seek medical treatment if this is the situation. A couple or a woman should not assume that they are infertile but seek a examination that is comprehensive to be properly diagnosed. This way the female will know if the problem is a serious one or not. A female evaluation will usually begin with a ovulation test and the history of prior menstrual and pregnancy taken.
A more invasive option is given to the more serious cases. A laparoscopic may be given to a female to detect adhesions and endometriosis. More advanced testing may be needed to determine what is causing the infertility. The options for female infertility have advanced over the years. One of the best known treatments used is Assisted Reproductive Technology or ART. This is when fertility drugs are combined with hormonal therapy. The other forms of testing used are gamete intrafalliopian transfer, invitro fertilization, and the zygote intrafalliopian transfer.
Fertility drugs is another form of treatment for female infertility. The fertility drugs are used to help the ovaries make enough eggs to become fertilized during the ovulation process. There are also fertility drugs that can help stimulate hormonal production.The drugs Clomiphene, Clomid, or Serophene are commonly used drugs in infertility treatments and are sometimes used in combination with intrauterine insemination or invitro fertilization.