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The new medical treatments are meant to make it easier for women to get fertility treatments in a hospital.

The medication is designed to help prevent ovulation and implantation problems, and it’s the first time the FDA has approved a medical treatment for a birth defect.

The new treatments are designed to make birth defects less common.

The medication is a combination of the FDA-approved medication ovulation-blocking medroxyprogesterone acetate (OXYA) and metformin, a hormone that prevents the ovaries from releasing eggs.

The pills are designed for women over the age of 50.

“The FDA has shown great flexibility in the way they can do this and we have the tools to use them,” said Sarah Rees, senior vice president of healthcare innovation at the American Society of Reproductive Medicine.

The pill is intended to be taken every four weeks, according to a statement from the FDA.

The FDA said the pill will be sold under generic names like N-Prod or Prenatal-Progesteron.

The medication should also be taken for 10 days before a pregnancy test.

The pill has also been approved for use in women over age 50 who are on a cycle of estrogen.

The new medications are the first to be approved by the FDA for women under the age 50.

The FDA is currently reviewing the new treatments, which will go to doctors as soon as the FDA approves them, and the agency said it will decide by July 31 whether to approve them.

“The next steps are in the pipeline,” said Dr. James A. Gresham, chief medical officer at the FDA, who said the agency will make its decision based on the quality of the treatment.

“We have a long way to go, but we are moving forward.”

The pills, which are designed by Sanofi, are made by a startup called Zoloft that also makes Ovulation Management.

They are made from the ovulation drug ogestrogen, which has also shown promise in fertility treatments.

The company said it is now selling the pill under generic brand names, like NuvaRing or Nexium.

If approved, the pill would go to 1.8 million women under age 50 by the end of 2019, according a statement.

The company said the pills will be available in most U.S. hospitals and pharmacies starting in October.