Over the Counter Fertility Pills
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There are many reasons that women want to take over the counter fertility pills. Some women feel like they cannot afford prescription fertility drugs and costly fertility treatments.
For other women, prescription fertility drugs and invasive fertility treatments feel like “too much”, a step they are not willing to take. So, are there any options for over the counter fertility pills? Read on for more info.
1. Fertility Blends
There are a few fertility blends that are on the market today that are as close to an over the counter fertility pill as you can get. Conceive Easy is one of the most popular brands.
Fertility blends contain all natural ingredients, usually lots of fertility herbs, vitamins and minerals that are known to boost fertility. With fertility blends you know exactly what you are getting, no harmful ingredients or hidden chemicals. Many women choose fertility blends also because they are helpful for women who want to avoid the trips to the fertility doctor.
With fertility blends, you can order the medication straight from the internet and get it delivered to your door. No trips anywhere and no one in your business, many women like these benefits of fertility blends.
2. Multivitamins and Prenatals
Multivitamins might not seem like a fertility pill, but believe it or not, they can boost women’s fertility in many cases. Not very many of us get all of the vitamins and nutrients that our bodies need in our daily diet, and being deficient in a certain nutrient can sometimes make it harder to conceive. Therefore, taking a daily multivitamin can help to make sure that a woman is getting all of the important nutrients.
Some women even choose to take prenatal vitamins before they are even pregnant. This can actually be a great idea, since sometimes women don’t even know they are pregnant until they are a few weeks along. This is the time that the unborn baby needs the essential nutrients like folic acid the most.
3. Other Options
The truth is that besides fertility blends and multivitamins, there really aren’t very many options for over the counter fertility drugs. If you are under 35 and you have been trying to get pregnant for over a year, it is probably time to see a doctor and find out if you could have an underlying fertility problem.
It might not be what you want to do, but if you are not seeing any luck in the getting pregnant department, it is a good idea to at least talk things over with your doctor and make sure that everything is okay. Remember also that if you are over 35 you should seek a doctor’s advice if you have been trying to get pregnant for more than six months without any success.
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.