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Welcome to Fertility2u your Online Fertility Pharmacy offering a wide range of prescription Fertility Drugs / IVF medication all delivered directly to your doorstep, normally within 24 hours of receiving your prescription.
Enjoy peace of mind knowing Fertility2u is regulated by the GPhC and a member of the National Pharmacy Association. Fertility2u is considered a market leader in providing IVF Fertility Drugs as well as being an established Verified UK Pharmacy with a High Street outlet. Our aim is to provide a safe, secure and fast solution to IVF patients worldwide. We stock most brands such as Gonal F, Menopur and Puregon and only use UK Approved Fertility Drugs . About Us
An IVF Medication cycle consists of different medications or fertility drugs that stimulate the body to promote pregnancy using IVF. The particulars of the cycle are decided by a specialist physician, below are some of the most widely used medications. Please remember when purchasing your fertility drugs online always check to see if the fertility pharmacy you are using are registered and verified in the country in which they are located. We are registered with the General Pharmaceutical Council of Great Britain which means all fertility drugs that are dispensed by us are approved in the United Kingdom and are checked by a pharmacist before they leave our premise. This ensures that you can be rest assured that your treatment is not compromised.
GnRH Agonists - Are a type of fertility drugs that allow for improved control of ovarian stimulation during the administration of exogenous FSH. Exogenous FSH is given to stimulate ovarian follicle, followed by human chorionic gonadotropins (hCG) to trigger ovulation. Some GnRH agonists are: Buserelin, Leuprorelin, Nafarelin, Lupron (Prostap), Triptorelin, Decapeptyl and Synarel. Some are injected just under the skin others are applied as a nasal spray. They allow the body to produce a higher number of improved quality eggs during the treatment cycle. Midcycle hormonal surge caused by a cancellation of a cycle can also be minimised using these.
Antagonists - Cetrotide, Ganirelix and Antagon are IVF medications/fertility drugs that are given by injection usually for three or four days they are antagonists of gonadotropin releasing hormones (GnRH) and are used to prevent premature ovulation.
Gonadotropin preparations - are medications that simulate the physiological effects of gonadotropins. They are taken as subcutaneous injections that provide stimulation to the follicles that contain the eggs during the stimulation phase. Gonal F, Menopur, Merional, Fostimon, Puregon, Bravelle, Follistim, Pergonal and Repronex are the most commonly used fertility drug gonadotropins.
Human Chorionic Gonadotrophin (hCG) - The administration of hCG in the presence of one or more mature ovarian follicles can trigger ovulation to aid egg retrievel and it can also be used to stimulate the production of progesterone. The most commonly used hCGs are Pregnyl, Ovitrelle, Profasi and Novarel.
Prednisolone / Medrol - Generic name is Methylprednisolone and is a cortisteroid based hormone. It is normally given for a period of four days during the IVF cycle, to assist pre-embryo implantation.
Doxycycline - an antibiotic also know by the brand names Vibramycin, Monodox, Microdox, Periostat, Vibra-Tabs, Oracea, Doryx, Vibrox, Adoxa, Doxyhexal, Doxylin, Doxoral and Atridox. It is administered in pill form and is given to the male partner during the wife´s stimulation IVF cycle to reduce the minute levels of bacteria found in the semen. This bacteria can compromise the performance and quality of the sperm during an IVF cycle. It is also sometimes given to the female to reduce the risk of infection following aspiration of the follicles during the egg retrieval period.
Progesterone - Natural Progesterone can be taken as a daily intramuscular injection called Gestone, starting two days after egg retrieval and continuing until the placenta is making adequate amounts of Progesterone. It can be given in the form of a pessary or suppository called Cyclogest. It is given in the dose of 400 mg twice daily rectally until embryo transfer and rectally or vaginally after embryo transfer. Progesterone can also be given in the form of a vaginal gel Crinone or Capsules called Utrogestan. It is essential to prepare the endometrium for implantation of an embryo, ovulation induction or sometimes to induce a period in a woman who hasn´t ovulated.
We are a dedicated fertility pharmacy that specialises in providing fertility drugs to couples going through IVF or who are prescribed fertility drugs, we can source difficult to obtain fertility drugs only from valid MHRA regulated manufacturers. We are amongst one of the only dedicated fertility pharmacies in the UK and serve hundreds of satisfied patients. We can liaise with your doctor on complications that we may have with your prescription, making your process of obtaining the fertility drugs you need as easy as possible. We are regulated by the General Pharmaceutical Council of Great Britain and have registered office in Leicestershire and Stourbridge UK.