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Best Fertility Pill to Get Pregnant Over 40

on Aug 30, 2012

by Maureen Stephens, BS, RN

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Best Fertility Pill to Get Pregnant Over 40

Are you over 40 and want to get pregnant? Find out more information about getting pregnant after 40 and fertility pills available to the woman over 40.

Conceiving a child over 40 is a challenge for most women, since the human body becomes less fertile as a woman reaches 30 with a steady decline toward 40. The best fertility pill to get pregnant over 40 becomes a key question for many women. Claim Your 20 Free Pregnancy Tests – Click Here

Age-related fertility problems

Statistics say that a healthy woman of 40 has a 5% chance of getting pregnant each month. Men tend to keep their fertility much longer into their older years, but some of them are also confronted with age-related fertility declining. After a woman reaches her mid ‘30s, if she wants to have babies, a complete evaluation is required, to assess if there are pre-existing fertility problems. Chances to respond well to fertility treatments decrease with every year. Over the age of 40, women should do diagnostic fertility evaluation if they want to get pregnant. Many women at this age don’t have normal monthly cycles anymore. The most important issue for the success of any fertility treatment is to establish exactly the cause of infertility.

Fertility drugs

From oral tablets to injectable medicine, there is a wide range of fertility drugs available on the market. Your family planning specialist will decide which one is right for you, as their effectiveness varies greatly. Reported side effects are to be taken into consideration and every woman, who has been prescribed drugs for boosting the reproductive system, should ask her doctor about any unwanted inconveniences. Oral tablet choices include Clomid and Femara, while injectables include Follistim, Bravelle, Ovidrel, and Pergonal. Since conception does take longer for a woman over 40, you should seek advice from your physician about what is the best fertility pill for you, but don’t forget that each individual has its own particular physiology and there is no medication universally successful.

Fertility herbs and supplements

Women who want to avoid the prescribed medication regime may opt to seek out herbal cures and vitamins, many of which are known to increase the chances of pregnancy. Folic acid supplements, vitamin E and C, L-carnitine, coenzyme Q10 are some of the most commonly used helpers in fertility problems. Conventional treatment is, although, more indicated for women in their 40s. Treatments such as IVF or IUI can be supported with herbs such as lady’s mantle, raspberry leaf or false unicorn root as they are great at assisting a doctor-prescribed treatment.

Chinese medicine & treatment

Women over 40 could also try alternative medicine such as Ayurveda or traditional Chinese medicine. Recent studies have demonstrated that Acupuncture can also be beneficial to women experiencing conceiving problems because it stimulates the central nervous system. Thus, it helps the releasing of neuro hormones, thereby increasing the body’s ability to heal itself.

There are many different pills and treatments available now to assist a woman over 40 to get pregnant. Regardless the option you choose, be sure to seek out possible options once trying unsuccessfully to conceive after just 3-6 months, as of course time is of the essence.

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Ms. Stephens has spent over twenty years in the healthcare world, specializing in obstretical and medical/surgical nursing. She joined ConceiveEasy as she has a strong interest in educating and empowering women and promoting fertility awareness.

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  • Dr. Christine Lee, MD

    Rest assured, most healthy women age 35 and into their 40s have healthy babies. So try not to focus on your age. Getting prenatal care also helps provide extra protection for women over 35. It allows your doctor to stay on top of health conditions that are more common in older pregnant women. Also, taking folic acid adds an important level of protection for older women, who have a higher risk of having a baby with birth defects. If you have chronic health problems such as diabetes or high blood pressure, be sure you keep up with your regular doctor appointments. Good luck!

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  • Bettinavita

    I am 44 years old with a 10 year old. I recently married the love of my life and he has no children. I would really like to have a child with my new husband.  I had polyps a year ago and had them removed along with a scraping ( DNC ). I also have a low progesterone level which caused my period to be irregular. I simply want to know if I should use this product just to increase my chances even though at this time there are no medical reasons why I can’t get pregnant. Please advise

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  • Jbs_baby_89

    i had my almost 2 year old 2 years ago(2011), at my 6 week check up i got the birth control  inplanion, the one that goes in the arm, well i started having all kids of problems with it. i finally got it out in june of 2012. and have been trying to get pregnant every since cuz we want our kids close together. but my dr has take to take ovulation test and i have been. and im not, i have just bought the free trial pack and is hopeing i get it before my period, but anyway, my question is could the birth control still be in my system from having in for so long and will the conseveeasy help me get pregnant in the next or two

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  • Dr. Prabha Sahgal, MD

    Yes; ConceiveEasy is effective in improving your chances of getting pregnant, since it can boost your body’s fertility. While many people see results with ConceiveEasy in the very first month, each individual’s reproductive cycles are unique. ConceiveEasy is clinically proven effective in overcoming the most common obstacles to conception, and has been designed to dramatically increase your chances of conception better than traditional fertility treatments.

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  • Dee C.

    I had my tube reversed in 03, came out pregnant in 05 with Clomid. At 11 wks I heard my baby’s first fast heart beat in the AM and lost my baby in the PM the same day. I went back to the Clomid, done hormones, but nothing. In 2011 I had IVF done with no success…
    Fertility Doctor said my husband had 40 million/billion on his sperm count, I had plenty of eggs for my age. His statement was “ you have a reproductive system of a 28 yr old”, and yet am not been able to become pregnant. :-(

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  • Dee C.

    I am 41
    I had my tube reversed in 03, came out pregnant in 05 with Clomid. At 11 wks I heard my baby’s first fast heart beat in the AM and lost my baby in the PM the same day. I went back to the Clomid, done hormones, but nothing. In 2011 I had IVF done with no success…
    Fertility Doctor said my husband had 40 million/billion on his sperm count, I had plenty of eggs for my age. His statement was “ you have a reproductive system of a 28 yr old”, and yet am not been able to become pregnant. L

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  • Patricia Post Post

    i am 43 years old i have a ten year old i have been trying to get pregant since the age of 4o and so far its not happening , my son wants a sibling bad i also want a baby also my husband is 51 , so im willing to try anthing at this point

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  • Monica Scott, RN

    Trying to conceive in your 40′s is a lot more difficult than trying in your 20′s or 30′s. It would help to keep yourself healthy and take prenatal vitamins especially folic acid as older women have a higher risk of having a baby with birth defects. It is most recommended that you seek help from a fertility specialist so you can have your overall health checked and be provided with fertility options.

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  • rizvi

    my wife 45 yers old she need baby

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  • Francine Simmons

    In need of a good ObGyn to help me try to become pregnant. I and hubby been trying naturally for over 10years norhing yet help me out please

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  • bay

    will this help if your not over 40 im 21 and im haveing troubles geting pregnant we been trying for 2 yrs now

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  • Michelle

    I am 43 and have just suffered a miscarriage. It took 4 years to fall pregnant. I am aware u am running out of time and would like some advice as to supplements I could take to help fall pregnant and how I could boost quality of my eggs to help hold on to pregnancy

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  • DLaine

    I’m 42 yrs old trying to conceive with my new husband. We have had a fertility work up and my hormone levels are low and my eggs are at the normal level, meaning that my ovarian supply is diminishing and those 2 factors play apart with the lack of pregnancy. Though not impossible for me to conceive on my own it is very very difficult and and IVF was recommended, my question is if I can still get pregnant will this pill/kit still help me increase my fertility thus being able to conceive on our own?

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  • Ricky roy

    I am 35 male. Can I marry a 38 yr old female. She got divorced 10 years before. No issue. I’m anxious about whether she could conceive in this age….

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  • John

    My wife had her first child at 40 so it is possible but would recommend to get on that asap. Also if you shoot for a second like we are I would recommend getting help right away from a OB and not give much time naturally. My wife is 42 now and we’ve been trying naturally for 10 months with no luck and fear it will not happen. We’re now considering trying fertility drugs as she’s not ovulating every month but are worried at this age there might not be any point to risk it with a high chance of a miscarriage and the ongoing disappointment of not getting pregnant for my wife.

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  • Miss v

    Hi I’m 45 active n have under active thyroid can I still get pregnant got normal period n been off
    The pill since April

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