Fertility Drugs Vs. ConceiveEasy






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When it comes to trying to conceive, couples have so many different options on the table these days. There are a wide variety of fertility drugs as well as natural fertility treatments out there today to help couples achieve their dreams of becoming parents. Read on for some of the differences between fertility drugs and Conceive Easy.

1. What Is Conceive Easy?

Conceive Easy is an all-natural fertility supplement that is available for purchase online without a doctor’s prescription. Conceive Easy contains no harmful chemicals or drugs, and all of the ingredients are natural ones that have been proven to boost fertility.

Fertibella-Conceiveeasy-for-fertilityConceive Easy does not require a doctor’s prescription and it is able to be obtained online very easily. Because of the fact that Conceive Easy contains no chemicals, there is no need to worry about harsh side effects. Another great thing about Conceive Easy is that it does not require a trip to the doctor.

You can order the Conceive Easy supplement for yourself and it can be delivered straight to your door. When you order Conceive Easy, you also get a whole entire TTC Kit, complete with everything you need to begin your fertility journey, like a basal body thermometer, free pregnancy or ovulation tests, and a getting started ttc guide.

You-can-try-the-kit-for-the-first-month-for-freeConceive Easy is also very affordable when compared to traditional fertility drugs. For these reasons, many couples choose to start out trying all natural fertility supplements instead of traditional fertility drugs.

2. What Are Fertility Drugs?

Fertiltiy drugs can run the gamut from oral medications like Clomid or Metformin, to potent and powerful injectable gonadotropins. Fertility drugs can help with a wide variety of fertility issues and problems, and are helpful for many women.

For example, Clomid is helpful in stimulating ovulation in women who have certain problems, like irregular ovulation or unexplained infertility. Metformin is another fertility drug that is sometimes prescribed for women with PCOS or insulin resistance related fertility problems.

Injectable drugs are pictured inside an injection room at a hospital in ShanghaiThis is a drug that is usually used for diabetes patients, but sometimes is used for fertility as well. There are also powerful injection medications known as gonadotropins which are used sometimes when oral medications don’t work.

The thing about fertility medications are, they are often very powerful and contain some harsh chemicals which can often cause side effects. Also, the cost of fertility treatments are especially high, and this puts them out of reach of many couples. This is why many couples choose to try an all-natural fertility aid like Conceive Easy before moving onto traditional fertility drugs.

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Regina Ledoux, RN, CNM

Ms. Ledoux began her career as an ObGyn nurse practitioner prior to becoming a practicing midwife in the Santa Cruz community. Working together with ObGyn physicians in her own practice, she has over 20 years experience in women's health, pregnancy and childbirth.