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Femera contain LETROZOLE
Letrozole are medications used to treat infertile women who have an ovulation problem. These medications work by helping your pituitary gland
(located at the base of the brain) improve the stimulation of developing follicles (eggs) in the ovaries.
Beginning on cycle day 3, femera 2.5 mg one by mouth each day through cycle day 7.
On day 9 or 10, schedule appointment for lab work (LH and FSH)
If the LH level is two to three times higher than the FSH level, femera is less likely to work for you.
On cycle 12, you will begin daily testing of urine to detect an LH surge which is a signal that ovulation will occur in 24-36 hours
If a surge has not occurred by cycle day 16, schedule an ultrasound
to check for follicular development
When you have a surge, you should have intercourse that evening and for the next two nights.
If you had a surge and had intercourse as suggested and it is now day 35 and a period has not started, do a pregnancy