Pills to Get Pregnant – Fertility Pills That Work

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1. Fertility Pills

fertility pills were once a very taboo concept in our society

Fertility pills were once a very taboo concept in our society. Women didn’t want to admit that they needed them, and they were something that no one talked about. Luckily, when it comes to fertility pills today, the stigma is gone and women are able to get help for their fertility problems without feeling judged. Let’s talk about some of the most common fertility pills that are used today.

2. Clomid

Definitely, the most common fertility drug on the market today, Clomid has been helping women ovulate since most of us were kids. It’s a great oral medication with minimal side effects that is also very affordable for women who don’t have insurance.

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Clomid is really effective at stimulating ovulation in women and is usually a doctor’s first choice for a fertility treatment or pill. The side effects of Clomid are usually very mild, and mimic the symptoms of pregnancy, so that is not usually a concern. Most women begin to ovulate within three months of beginning Clomid treatment.

3. Metformin

Metformin is an oral medication that is normally used for diabetic patients to help regulate and control their insulin levels. However, it has been used for years to help women who suffer from PCOS.

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Women who have PCOS often have a hard time regulating their insulin levels as well, which makes it hard to have the correct levels of estrogen in their bodies. This makes it very hard for these women to get pregnant, so when metformin is prescribed for this “off label” use, it can often help them to get pregnant by controlling their insulin levels.

4. Fertility Blends

Fertility blends are one of very few options for over the counter fertility medications today. Fertility blends take the correct amounts of fertility herbs, fertility vitamins and other helpful all natural fertility ingredients and combine them into one easy to take capsule. They are sold online and at some health food stores.

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This means that women can obtain fertility blends without a prescription and really take their fertility into their own hands. Many women like these fertility blends because the ingredients are all natural and women can see exactly what they contain. Women also like these fertility blends because they are delivered straight to your door. One very popular brand of fertility blend is Conceive Easy.

5. Prenatal Vitamins

While they are not considered to technically be “fertility pills”, prenatal vitamins are a cheap and easy way to give fertility a boost. If you are suffering from some sort of a nutritional deficiency, prenatal vitamins are a great way to make sure that you are getting the nutrients that you need. If you are extremely deficient in some important vitamins, it can actually mean that your fertility is being affected.

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Therefore, taking a prenatal vitamin just might give you the boost you need. Plus, if you get pregnant while on the prenatal vitamin, your baby will already be protected and getting the essential nutrients for healthy growth. Prenatal vitamins can be purchased online or at any local grocery or drug store.

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.

  • Vanessa

    Be careful with Clomid – gave me ovarian hyperstimulation! Conceiveeasy was much gentler on my body.

  • Melicia

    hi please help tell me what can i use if i have not gotten my period in 4 years after the use of depo am trying to get pregnant but am sure i cant if i dont even have my period so what to do please help.