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FDA Reviewing the Safety of AndroGel and Other Approved Low Testosterone Treatments after Studies Linked Their Use to a Higher Risk of Heart Attacks, Strokes and Death in Certain Men
The treatment of a condition caused by fertility drug shows promising results. Boston, Mass.
By Jane Kirby MANY couples could be wasting their time with pointless fertility treatments, researchers claim. A study shows two common treatments - the drug clomifene citrate and artificial insemination - are no more effective for some than leaving things to nature.
By Jeremy Laurance Two of the commonest therapies for infertility offered to hundreds of thousands of women each year are worthless and may cause unpleasant side effects, a study has shown. The first treatment is clomifene citrate, a drug believed to correct dysfunction of the ovaries.
By Borges, Lavinia Estrela Morgante, Giuseppe; Musacchio, Maria Concetta; Petraglia, Felice; De Leo, Vincenzo Abstract Objective. To determine if a new protocol of administration of clomiphene citrate (CC) is effective in menstrual cycle recovery in women with hypothalamic secondary amenorrhea.
NEW YORK (Reuters Health) - Findings from a new study should help reassure doctors and their female patients that Femara (letrozole), an inexpensive, easy-to-use fertility agent, is just as safe as clomiphene citrate, a drug that has been used for more than 40 years.
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