fertility drug

fertility drug
UK / US noun [countable]
Word forms "fertility drug":
singular fertility drug plural fertility drugs
a drug given to a woman to improve her fertility

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  • Fertility awareness — Background Birth control type Behavioral First use 1950s (mucus) mid 1930s (BBT) 1930 (Knaus Ogino) Ancient (ad hoc) Failure rates (first year) Perfect use Symptoms based: 1 3% Calendar based: 5 9% …   Wikipedia

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