Birth Control and Reproduction Drugs: Overview

Modified on 2009/11/08 14:57 by Darren A. Wilson
Pregnancy occurs when the male sperm fertilizes the female egg. Such fertilization may occur when the egg is released from an ovary and sperm penetrate the egg in the fallopian tube. Once the egg is fertilized it moves out of the fallopian tube and attaches to the wall of the uterus where the embryo develops. The normal pregnancy last approximately nine months.

View sub-topics below to learn more about birth control, specific female reproduction drugs and some of the drugs' more serious adverse side effects.�

See Also

  1. Cytotec / Misoprostol
  2. Depo-Provera Contraceptive Injection
  3. DES / Diethylstilbestrol
  4. Prescription & Over-the-Counter Drugs: Overview
  5. ED: Overview
  6. Femodene: Overview
  7. Gynecare Intergel
  8. Marvelon: Overview
  9. Mercilon: Overview
  10. Minulet: Overview
  11. Norplant Contraceptive
  12. NuvaRing
  13. Ortho Evra Contraceptive Patch
  14. Oxytocin
  15. Parlodel / Bromocriptine Mesylate
  16. Prometrium / Progesterone
  17. RU-486 / Mifeprex
  18. Triadene: Overview
  19. Tri-minulet: Overview
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