Fertility specialists may use medications that work on ovulation to help these women get pregnant. There are two common ways these medicines are used: 1 to cause ovulation in a woman who does not ovulate regularly, and 2 to cause multiple eggs to develop and be released at one time. These women may ovulate less often or not at all anovulation. Ovulation inducation medications can help a woman to ovulate more regularly, increasing her chance of getting pregnant. In some situations, these medicines may be used to cause multiple eggs to develop at once. This is usually desired when women undergo treatment known as superovulation with intrauterine insemination IUI , in vitro fertilization IVF , donate their eggs, or freeze their eggs either as eggs or fertilized eggs [embryos].
Position Statements Question: Practice has been if a PEG tube is pulled out that temporarily a foley of the same size should be placed in it to keep it opened? Complete Question: Practice has been if a PEG tube is pulled out that temporarily a foley of the same size should be placed in it to keep it opened. I have not been able find any evidence. What is current practice?