Homeopathic Fertility Drugs for Men and Women

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If you are struggling to get pregnant, but are hesitant to take fertility drugs you may be interested in learning more about homeopathic fertility drugs. These are a fantastic alternative to prescription fertility drugs and offer many of the same benefits.

However, because they are natural they do not have as many potential side effects as prescription options. One downside of these drugs is that there has been very little scientific research regarding their success. However, many women have used these drugs in the past and been very successful in their attempt to get pregnant.

1. What drugs are available?

There are a number of drugs available for both men and women and all have been successful in the past. However, it is important that you understand more about your options so that you will know which you should try for yourself.

Sepia 6C

This drug is commonly used to treat women who are having a difficult time ovulating or ovulating regularly. It mostly affects the uterus and is commonly used for women who have reached menopause or are premenopausal and are struggling with the symptoms. There are some side effects that you may want to discuss with your doctor before taking this drug.

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Sabina 6C

This is often suggested for women who have had a miscarriage or a number of miscarriages. It can also be used for women who suffer from extreme menstrual cramps and heavy menstruation. In order to learn more about how long you should take this, you should talk to your doctor.

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Aurum

Aurum is often given to women when it is feared that lack of sex drive and depression may be causing infertility. Since this is a common factor related to fertility, there are many women who are suffering from this issue. Your doctor will be able to provide you with more information regarding depression and fertility.

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Silica

Silica is often used to make the skin, hair and nails beautiful because it has a quality that helps improve our overall appearance. It is also commonly used to promote joint health and eliminate many of the aches and pains that we feel as we age. For fertility, Silica has been shown to increase the health of a woman’s immune system, especially when it has been compromised.

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Phosphorus

This drug is often used to eliminate stress and can help with women who are suffering from anxiety. Since this is a leading cause of many fertility issues, treating these areas is extremely important for women who are trying to get pregnant. Your doctor should be able to provide guidance as to whether your stress and anxiety is causing issues with your fertility.

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2. For your partner

There are also many instances in which the female is not responsible for the fertility of a couple. However, most often the focus is given to her treatment and what may be causing infertility in her. Since men are also an important factor in the process of getting pregnant, there also comes a time when they need to be treated for fertility issues as well.

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Some of the same homeopathic drugs that have worked for women in the past can also work for problems that men are having. For example, sepia 6c also works for men and can help raise their sex drive.

However, one homeopathic drug that has been dedicated to men is medorrhinum. This drug is believed to treat impotence in men and has been very successful for others. It is also used to treat a number of other health conditions and has helped greatly in a number of cases.

3. Conclusion

There are a number of reasons that doctors may choose a homeopathic approach to fertility over traditional fertility drugs. It is important when you are struggling to get pregnant that you keep an open mind and be prepared to research your options carefully.

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Be sure to ask your doctor questions so that you understand all the risks that you are facing and fully understand the outcome that you are looking to achieve. You should also compare each drug with your own particular lifestyle so that you are certain that it is the right one for you. Use your doctor’s knowledge for guidance, but don’t be afraid to ask for a second opinion elsewhere.

Valerie Wisniewski, RN

Ms. Wisniewski has over 15 years experience as a labor and delivery nurse, having also worked previously as a nurse midwife in the Philippines and India. She enjoys empowering women and providing family centered care to women from all cultural and educational backgrounds.