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Ottawa Fertility Centre

Offering compassionate care, understanding, and hope on your journey.


All medications required in your fertility treatment are available at Green Valley Pharmacy, located on the second floor of the Ottawa Fertility Centre.


Green Valley Pharmacy is owned and operated by an independent pharmacist who caters to fertility patients, which means our patients can count on expert advice and guidance on all medications prescribed by the clinic. Patients should consult their drug insurance plan, if they have one, as many plans cover fertility medications. At Green Valley Pharmacy, patients can bill their drug plan directly – adding an extra level of convenience. For more information contact the pharmacy manager.



Hours of Operation

Weekdays 8:00am-4:00pm
Weekends and holidays 8:00am-2:00pm

Medications Used in Treatment

View a list of fertility medications used in treatment and their DIN numbers by downloading the resource below.


This site is intended for Canadians who have been prescribed a fertility medication made by EMD Serono. In Canada, each drug product is assigned a Drug Identification Number (DIN) by Health Canada. If you want to learn more about your medication, please enter the DIN (eight-digit number found on the product package) in the space below.

EMD Serono Fertility 24/7 toll-free support line at 1-800-387-8479.

Medication FAQs

When do I take the medications? 

The timing of medications is important for the overall success of the treatment cycle. Please pay close attention to your timetable for suggested times. There is flexibility in these times based upon your own circumstances, but once you select your schedule, it is important to continue this schedule.

Where should I store/dispose of used needles and syringes?

Needles must be disposed of in the proper disposal container. Green Valley Pharmacy will initially provide you with sharps containers to store your used needles and syringes. For your convenience, there is a needle drop box located outside the main doors of the Ottawa Fertility Centre.

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