Trial studies have shown that metformin increases the number of ovulations, thereby increasing the odds of pregnancy, according to PubMed Health. However, these studies did not show a significant increase in birth rate.Continue Reading
According to PudMed Health, metformin has limited benefits. An analysis of the trial studies shows that women taking metformin and clomiphene were able to conceive slightly more frequently than those who only took clomiphene. However, there was also an increase in miscarriages with the combination of these two prescription drugs.
There are also some side effects associated with taking metformin, as with any drug. These include nausea, vomiting and indigestion.Learn more about Pregnancy
The general odds of getting pregnant during ovulation are calculated by considering a woman's age, frequency of sexual intercourse and the number of months a couple has been trying, according to WebMD. For most couples trying to have a baby, the odds are approximately 15 to 25 percent that a woman conceives in a specific month.Full Answer >
A missed miscarriage occurs when an embryo or fetus dies without being expelled from the expectant mother's body, and, thus, the mother is unaware that her pregnancy has terminated itself, explains Women's Health. Missed miscarriages may require medical intervention to remove the tissues associated with pregnancy to prevent infection.Full Answer >
Teen pregnancy articles are available online on WebMD, MedlinePlus, and the websites of the Department of Health and Human Services and the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention. These sites provide information on signs of pregnancy, prevention, teen birth rate disparities and medical risks.Full Answer >
High progesterone levels are not an accepted indication of being pregnant with twins; rather, high levels can indicate pregnancy, cancer or overproduction of hormones, notes Everyday Health. The most accurate way to learn if the pregnancy is one fetus or multiple fetuses is to have an early ultrasound, notes BabyCenter.Full Answer >