Although gonadotrophins and anti-oestrogens increase the risk of multiple pregnancy, appropriate administration can greatly minimise these risks. A suitable protocol should include ensuring the patient understands the risks, minimising the dosage and careful monitoring.
When anti-oestrogens are offered, information about the link between the drugs and the risks of multiple pregnancy should be given. Dosage should be minimised and monitoring offered. More about anti-oestrogen drugs>>
Appropriate treatment with hormones should include targeting suitable patients, giving information about the risks of multiple pregnancy and their link with hormone treatment, and offering appropriate monitoring. More about hormone treatment>>