Patient Experiences With Endometrin Fertility Medication
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ivfprescriptions - February 2

Endometrin is a commonly used fertility medication for Assisted Reproductive Technology (ART) when a woman is unable to conceive due to low levels of natural progesterone levels.

The medication consists of a vaginal insert containing 100 mg of progesterone, a hormone important for ovulation and menstruation. Progesterone also makes it easier for a fertilized egg to attach to the uterine wall.

Patient Reviews
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Patient 1: She has been using Endometrin 100 mg to ensure early pregnancy success. She is 2 months along and doing great. She does suffer from some side effects, including bloating, tiredness, and discharge. Ultimately, she says it’s worth the side effects because it helps maintain a healthy pregnancy.

Patient 2: She used the medication following an embryo transfer, and found it much easier to use than the Progesterone Oil shots, but the side effects were also greater.

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Patient 3: This patient rated the drug 3 out of 5 starts, but her main concern was with the price. $175 for a 21 day supply sounded unreasonable.

Patient 4: She is using the IVF meds 2 times per day and is feeling the symptoms of pregnancy. However she knows the drug can cause the same side effects, so she feels confused. She has plans to take a pregnancy test and hopes the drug has helped.

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