Ovulation induction is the process of stimulating a woman's ovaries to release multiple eggs in one cycle. This is done with the help of oral or injectable medication. The medication also controls the time of ovulation so that sexual intercourse or further treatment can be timed to maximize the chances of pregnancy.
This involves using tablets/ injections to stimulate the ovaries to produce 'follicles' which are expected to contain eggs. These are then monitored and at the appropriate time a trigger injection may be used for release of the eggs to maximise the chances of getting pregnant.