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on Jul 26, 2012

by Monica Scott

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Fertility Pills

For many women, fertility pills are the way to go to help overcome various ovulation troubles to help overcome infertility and to get pregnant faster.

Taking fertility pills is no longer a taboo subject or a problem. There is a lot of information available out there, not only in pharmacies and at your doctor’s office, but also on the internet – information which is reliable, and can allow you to select what your best option may be. Claim Your 20 Free Pregnancy Tests – Click Here!

Many people dealing with infertility decide to take pills as their first actual treatment, and for most of them, this option works very well, because the pills act efficiently to stimulate ovulation in different ways. Moreover, they are safe and able to increase the chances for multiple births.

Now, if you want to start taking such pills, here are three of the most commonly used and preferred ones; this information is geared to help you get to know them better, so that you may be able to choose one that is suitable for you.

Clomid & Serophene

Clomiphene, also known by the names Clomid (most frequently) and Serophene, is the most common of all pills. It acts by stimulating hormones in order for them to encourage your ovaries to release an egg on a monthly basis. This happens because Clomid induces the sensation that your body’s estrogen levels are low which, in turn, leads your body to excite the formation of two important hormones: the follicle stimulating one (FSH) and the luteinizing one (LH) – both acting on the ovaries and prompting the release of the eggs.

Gonadotropins

Gonadotropins are another favorite pill for fighting infertility, having almost the same effects as the one mentioned earlier – stimulating the production of the two hormones, FSH and LH. Unlike Clomid, however, Gonadotropins, stimulate your ovaries and eggs directly. This is a very natural method. They can be administered as an injection, as well, for the period of 12 days – a process that will simply tell your ovaries that it is time to release the recently developed egg.

Bromocriptine

Bromocriptine acts directly on the hormonal source that causes your ovaries to stop releasing their eggs on a monthly basis. It is generally applied to women who have too much prolactin, which is known to reduce the estrogen levels in the body, (estrogen hormones being responsible for having a regular cycle and getting pregnant). Bromocriptine can also be found in the form of vaginal capsules.

The examples above are just some of the most commonly known types of pills you can find. There are plenty more options available on the market. All you have to do is go ask a pharmacist, or even better, consult your doctor to find out which one is best for you. Whichever tablet you will pick, you will likely not be disappointed, as fertility pills are still the preferred and primary cure for women suffering from various ovulation syndromes.

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Ms. Scott joined ConceiveEasy after working in prenatal obstetrical care for two years in a private practice before being promoted to Director of Nursing. She has a strong interest in women's health with an emphasis on promoting fertility awareness.

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  • AndresRoo

    My husband and I have been trying to get pregnant for 18 months. I have always charted my cycles, and we usually try when im supposed to be ovulating. For the past 3 months, I have taken opks when I thought I was supposed to be ovulating and they have all been negative. I haven’t noticed any signs of ovulation at all. Now, we want to look into me taking Clomid, and we are ok with the possibility of having multiples. Do you think it would be a good idea to ask my doctor for clomid?

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  • AlishaMarie

    In March of 2007 I found out I had a cyst,it was removed through surgery
    and I fell pregnent that same year in November,nw my daughter is gonna
    be 4.Now the problem is that he is now HIV+ his CD4 count is 789 and I’m
    negetive we want to have another child a.s.a.p how can we do this?
    Please help!

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  • ExpectingBaby

    i have been trying to have a child for 6 years now but no luck. i loce
    children and would love to have one of my own. what should i do?

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  • PearlDJ

    Me and my partner have been trying for two years..no luck any advice?!

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  • HollyBurnham

    Well i think i have a problem with getting pregnant because
    with my first son it took two years to conceive and now i am in the same boat
    because he will be three in a month and i am wanting another one but can’t seem
    to get pregnant….. what should i do??

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  • DaisyRudolph

    ok i had a miscarriage in november 2011 is it going to be hard for me to get pregnant now

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  • Brendapriest

     I had a boy 5yrs ago and ve been trying to conceive again for 3rys now,I undergone a surgical operation twice two yrs back on bath.cyst,am afraid it might b the cause of my infertility,pls help me out!

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  • KanikaOak

    I got my kit today it is so simple!! You just take one pill a day eat a meal before hand made me feel sick a little but I called and they told me it was normal.. I am so happy to be starting these pills!! Wish me luck!! 

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  • Salliemick

    I missed a day on my pills will it mess things up?? Or can take two to make up for it?? What do I do??

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  • Dr. Christine Lee, MD

    It is okay for you to discuss with your doctor about your interest in taking Clomid to address your ovulation issues. It will also be good for you to have yourself checked in order to determine the cause of your anovulation. In this way, your doctor will be able to identify the best options for your treatment.

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  • Dr. Christine Lee, MD

    If you missed taking one tablet, you can resume the next day without the need to double the dose.

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  • Dr. Renee Hanton, MD

    If you have been trying for six months to a year, and you’re still not pregnant, something may be wrong. There are many possible reasons for infertility. Different women have different issues when trying to conceive: obesity, endometriosis, prescription medications, smoking, health problems and other gynecologic disorders. If you haven’t had a gynecological examination lately, I recommend you see your gynecologist. If your partner hasn’t had his sperm tested in the past three months, you might as well have a sperm analysis.

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  • Dr. Renee Hanton, MD

    I am sorry for your loss. A miscarriage does not necessarily limit your chances of conceiving and carrying a pregnancy to full term. If you determine the cause of your first miscarriage and received the appropriate treatment for it, your chances of a normal pregnancy will be higher. Consulting your doctor will help you in this matter. Allowing time to heal and recover physically and emotionally is also vital for the success of your succeeding pregnancies. Build up your body’s strength by eating healthy, exercising regularly, taking prenatal vitamins, and reducing stress to a minimum. Working closely with your doctor in your journey towards your next pregnancy is also the way to go to greatly increase your likelihood for a healthy, full term pregnancy.

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  • Dr. Christine Lee, MD

    Since you have been trying to conceive for 6 years already, there is a good chance that you might be experiencing infertility issues. Infertility issues are usually caused by various factors, and it is best that you consult your ObGyn for a fertility assessment. It is important that you and your partner have a preconception check-up in order for you to particularly determine what prevents you from getting pregnant.

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  • Dr. Renee Hanton, MD

    Yes, Fertibella ConceiveEasy is considered to be effective in boosting your body’s fertility. It is is specifically designed to stimulate ovulation by regulating hormones and
    normalizing your menstrual cycle, and is also designed to boost your body’s natural fertility, without side effects.

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  • Dr. Renee Hanton, MD

    Ovarian cysts can cause infertility issues if left untreated. I do recommend that you try taking oral contraceptives such as birth control pills for at least two months to help alleviate your ovarian cysts. These birth control pills are considered to be effective treatment to cysts, and it is best that you take them in order to prevent you from experiencing infertility issues.

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  • Patience

    Helo! I need help, i have been off the injection for little over a year and thats when we started trying…. i never went to gyno, but went to a GP and he did scan and said everything is okay, so i font need to go to Gyno…. but its been 15 mnths trying….i never took any pill to help with ovulation etc…. and since about 2montgs ago… i been having iiregular period and im overweight! what could be the problem?

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