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Free Fertility Pills & Treatments: 6 Finds

on Aug 03, 2012

by Prabha Sahgal, MD

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Free Fertility Pills & Treatments: 6 Finds

Having trouble getting pregnant but finding the cost of fertility drugs & treatments too expensive? Here are 6 ways to look for free or discounted fertility pills & treatments.

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ConceiveEasy TTC Kit

Some companies like ConceiveEasy offer a risk-free trial of their fertility products, so customers have a chance to try the product before they buy. For just the cost of shipping & handling, you will receive an entire TTC Starter Kit, which includes a 2-month supply of fertility pills, as well as special bonus items like 20 pregnancy tests, ovulation tests, and a BBT thermometer.

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Participate in clinical trials

There is also another way to benefit from free fertility treatments by joining a clinical trial. Read the consent form carefully, but do not be afraid of the risks, because most of the time, they are only trying to improve their methods and do not make major changes. Again, tread here with caution, always opting for the advice of your healthcare practitioner before beginning any new treatment.

Shop around for discounts

If you cannot benefit from free fertility pills, there is always a chance to find them at lower prices at pharmacies that have partnerships with the manufacturing company of the prescribed medicines. A specialty pharmacy will always be a better choice than the pharmacy just around the corner, even if it may take a little while to search for it and get in contact with. Online pharmacies as well offer sharply discounted rates for various fertility medications, including the most popular fertility drugs Clomid & injectables.

Non-profit offers free in-vitro

The International Council on Infertility Information Dissemination (INCIID) is a non-profit organization that provides free In-Vitro Fertilization to couples facing this medical problem and with no financial resources. All you have to do is subscribe to their scholarship program named INCIID the Heart and you might benefit from free IVF and free medication.

Insurance may cover costs

The drug company Serono offers, too, one cycle of treatment for free, through their program Compassionate Care. One of the medicines free of charge is Gonal-f, (follitropin alfa injection). Also, if you call Serono’s Fertility Lifelines (866-LETS-TRY), an advisor will do a pre-evaluation of the pharmaceutical products you benefit from.

Insurance may cover costs

You should check if your insurance policy covers the costs. Usually, these insurance policies do not cover fertility treatments, but you might want to check again if this is explicitly mentioned in the document. According to the National Infertility Association, you could ask the financial consultant at your clinic to call the insurance company for clarification.

As you can see, there are ways to find the treatment for free or at an affordable price, all you have to do is research for all the available options and apply to fertility scholarships and programs.

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Free Fertility Pills & Treatments: 6 Finds, 4.7 out of 5 based on 11 ratings

Dr. Prabha Sahgal MD, is board certified in obstetrics and gynecology and subspecialty board certified in reproductive endocrinology and infertility. Dr. Sahgal holds a B.S. degree from MIT in molecular biology and currently serves on the ConceiveEasy board of directors.

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  • KateBernhard

    My husband and I were trying for about 1 year and gave up till i found this page. We thought it was just a stupid scam but we are not 6 weeks pregnant :D :D Bottle number 2 did it for us.

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  • AmadaSmith

     Congrats to you both!! :)

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  • lena_heimbuck

     Wow that is great news!! My sister in-law has been taking the pills for little over 2 months now and she too is now pregnant. I can’t wait for my order in come in the mail. :)

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  • Monica Scott, RN

    Gynecologic conditions such as irregular periods can make getting pregnant more difficult, but they don’t necessarily mean you won’t be able to get pregnant on your own. One of the easiest ways for a woman to improve the odds of getting pregnant is to keep track of her menstrual cycle to figure out the most likely day of ovulation each month. Trying to get pregnant with an irregular cycle means never really being able to predict the next ovulation day. I would recommend seeing your gynecologist. Once your doctor has ruled out other medical conditions, he or she may prescribe fertility drugs to stimulate your ovulation.

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  • Steegek2

    Order almost two weeks ago and still haven’t received my order!

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  • Wajid_mahmood4067

    me and my wife trying for 5 years.what should u recomend for me.i had a ivf treatment as well.

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  • Dr. Prabha Sahgal, MD

    Knowing that you have been trying to conceive for 5 years already, there is a good
    possibility that you might be experiencing infertility issues. With this, I do recommend you to have a human Chorionic Gonadotropin (hCG) shot to improve yourchances of conceiving. Since the hCG shot can help induce your ovulation 36 hours after receiving the shot, it is best that you have sex within this time range in order for your wife to effectively get pregnant.

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  • Corinne Miller

    I have never had a period without medication and no one including the specialist I have gone to can find any answers. I no longer have health insurance or a surmountable income as my husband receives government assistance, but we have been trying to get pregnant for going on 7 years with no luck. Is there anything I can do? and how do I go about searching for clinical trials in my area?

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  • Dr. Christine Lee, MD

    Irregular cycles are commonly due to your hormonal levels, and may greatly prevent you from getting pregnant. It is best that you try to take oral contraceptives to help regulate your hormonal levels and thus, increasing your chances of getting pregnant. Aside from oral contraceptives; fertility supplements such as Clomid and Vitex can be a good option, given that these medications can as well control your hormonal levels and induce your ovulation.

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  • http://www.facebook.com/Blacksexydiamond MsOso Fine

    So once you take these pills how long would it take a person to conceive and what if the pills doesn’t work for that person and then ways da next step

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  • vero

    i dont have regular periods since i removed my IUD and been trying ever since to get pregnant.Now i get my period every two months.What can i do?

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  • Ladyc Hayford

    I have never been pregnant and im trying I’m 22 my period cum as it please every month I have no type of insurance or Medicaid so wat should I do

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  • Dr. Prabha Sahgal, MD

    The reason why you are not having regular periods is because your body is still taking the time to adjust to its ovulating state. It would normally take 2-4 months for you to get your regular periods back but some takes more than a year. What you can do is to keep yourself healthy by eating right, avoiding alcohol, caffeine and tobacco, getting enough rest and exercising. You may also want to consider taking fertility supplements to further increase your chances of getting pregnant faster.

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  • Dr. Prabha Sahgal, MD

    One thing you can do to improve your chances of conceiving is by having sex at least every other day to ensure that your fertile period is covered. But of course, it is important that you make a preconception visit to your doctor so you can have your health evaluated for a safe and healthy pregnancy.

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  • sexymeh1

    hello

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  • luzjaimes

    Im 21 years old and since i was 13 ive only gotten 3 menstrual periods in that 8 year time period. Ive been to the doctor once and they never found anything. Ive been rrying ti get pregnant for a while now but no luck. Any ideas or suggestions as to what to do?

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  • Dee

    My tubes are block. What can I do without insurance to unblock my tubes?

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  • jessalyn

    My partner and I have been trying for a year now, I hAve Kaiser and stArted to look in to other l options but there processing is way to expensive Help we want a baby??

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  • jena

    Me and my husband have been trying for 9 years and NEVER got lucky ive lost all hope and pills and treatments are way too much

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  • nesha

    I’m 41 and me and my husband have been trying to conceive for the past year and a half my gynecologist said that I have very good eggs and I already have three children not my husband and he has three children as well please in desperate need of help.

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