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 Subject: Patient Feedback of Lovenox
Author: ivfprescriptions
Date:   1/28/2016 2:39 am EDT
Although Lovenox 2850 IU is an anticoagulant, it is a commonly used female infertility drug as well. Lovenox is often prescribed to IVF patients who are prone to blood clot complications.

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Read on to hear what previous Lovenox patients thought about the drug as part of their fertility prescriptions.

IVF Drugs: Patient Reviews of Lovenox

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Patient 1: She suffered at least one miscarriage, her last one occurring at 16 weeks in July of 2011. She was again pregnant in December of that year, and started taking Lovenox at 6 weeks gestation to help prevent blood clots. Her healthy child was born in August 2012.


Patient 2: This patient was taking baby aspirin but suffered 3 unsuccessful IUIs and 2 unsuccessful IVFs. She later determined that she was genetically predisposed to embryonic blood clots. She started taking Lovenox on her current cycle and admits that the injections are pretty painful, but so far, the process is going fine.

Patient 3: She had no clotting disorder, but started taking Lovenox after having 3 miscarriages. Lovenox helped her conceive and the pregnancy was going fine, but the doctor identified a subchorionic hemorrhage in the placenta, and advised her to discontinue the medicine. Lovenox did not cause the problem, but could have exacerbated it. Still, she believes her healthy baby boy was born with the help of the drug.
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