Over the Counter Fertility Drugs






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1. Why Over The Counter Fertility Drugs? 

There are many reasons that a woman who is trying to conceive might want to use over the counter fertility drugs instead of prescription fertility drugs. First of all, there is the fact that many people do not have health insurance, or the health insurance that they have does not cover fertility drugs.


Fertility drugs, as we all know, are very expensive. The cost alone can make these drugs prohibitive for many women. Some women are also not comfortable going to a fertility specialist.


They might not want everyone to know that they are trying to conceive and they might not want the added stress that someone might see them at the fertility doctor. Still other women want to handle their fertility issues in a more “natural” way than what prescription drugs can provide.

2. Types Of Over The Counter Fertility Drugs

The truth of the matter is, when it comes to over the counter fertility drugs, there really are not that many options. The most popular over the counter treatment methods for fertility issues are fertility blends. Fertility blends are oral supplements that are much like multivitamins.

They are usually a combo of popular fertility herbs, vitamins are minerals. These drugs are taken every day until you get pregnant. One popular brand of fertility blend is Conceive Easy. The great thing about these fertility blends is that they are usually very affordable, and they can also be ordered online.


Ordering online makes delivery easy, plus no one knows that you are taking a fertility supplement, unless you tell them of course. Another great thing about these fertility blends is that the ingredients are all natural and will not damage the body.

Aside from fertility blends, the only other type of over the counter fertility drugs are prenatal vitamins, which help prepare the body for pregnancy and can be helpful if you are not getting pregnant because of a vitamin deficiency.


3. What To Try Next

If you have tried fertility blends or prenatal vitamins and have not had any luck in getting pregnant, you might want to consider seeing a fertility doctor, or at least your family doctor for a check up. The rule of thumb is that you should wait six months before seeking a doctor’s advice if you are over 35.


If you are under 35, you should give it at least a year before seeking help. Don’t wait too long however, you could be suffering when you don’t have to. There are many things that doctors have at their disposal to help with fertility problems, so don’t hesitate to ask for help.

Dr. Lynette Weiss, MD

Dr. Lynette Weiss is ConceiveEasy's Senior Physician and Scientific Director. She is certified in Obstetrics and Gynecology by the American Board of Obstetrics and Gynecology and is a fellow of the American College of Obstetrics and Gynecology.