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Herbal Fertility Remedies

on Sep 12, 2012

by Lucy Eades

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Herbal Fertility Remedies

Trying to get pregnant? Try these all-natural herbal fertility remedies to help you get pregnant fast.

If you are looking for natural and homeopathic fertility remedies, you have come to the right place! Today we are going to discuss some natural treatments and remedies that might help you in your fertility journey. Remember that your success with any of these treatments may vary and that none of them are proven 100% successful, but they may help you! Remember to talk with your doctor if you are currently taking fertility drugs, to make sure there won’t be any interactions. Claim Your 20 Free Pregnancy Tests – Click Here

Maca Root

Maca Root is commonly used for helping fertility. It is popular because it doesn’t contain any hormones itself, but it still helps to balance hormones in both men and women. Maca Root has been used in traditional medicine for thousands of years, and is safe to use along with other herbal remedies at the same time. It doesn’t stay in the body long, so you need to use it daily for best results.

Primrose Oil

Also a popular fertility treatment, primrose oil is packed full of Vitamin E, which we all know is important when trying to conceive. The most important quality of primrose oil is that it aids in creating healthy cervical mucus, which in turn helps the sperm grab on and get to the uterus safely.

Chasteberry

Another very popular herbal treatment for infertility, chasteberry is a herbal treatment that was developed in Europe. It is helpful in regulating hormonal imbalances, and is a very popular herbal treatment option for PCOS.

Flaxseed Oil

Flaxseed Oil has become very popular in recent years for both men and women for a variety of health issues. It can aid in infertility treatment because it contains tons of omegas, vitamin B, zinc, and much more. For guys, Flaxseed oil can help to keep the sperm healthy, and in ladies, it can stabilize estrogen-progesterone, which in turn can improve uterine function. Flaxseed oil is a great herbal supplement and can benefit everyone, even those who are not trying to conceive.

These are just a few of the most popular herbal supplements on the market today that can aide in fertility health. There are literally hundreds of different herbs that people use to help with fertility and just by doing a quick web search, you can see that herbal remedies for fertility are gaining popularity every day! The ones listed above are just a few popular ones, and can get you started!

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Lucy is a mother of three, who’s passionate about all things AP parenting. When she’s not busy giving tips on keeping babies healthy & happy, you can find her blogging on her popular YouTube channel

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  • Shaunie

    I have just been taking FertiBella for five days but before that I was also taking evening primrose, flax seed oil, fish oil, vitamin e, red clover, licorice root, false unicorn and a tonic due to my PCOS. I’ve been off birth control for a month and I have no cervical mucus and I never know when ai am ovulating. My period is supposed to come on this week but it is already two days late and I am checking my BBT its between 97.4 & 97.9 one day it was 98 because I took it after I got out of bed. But what should I do? It would be nice for my period to come so I know when I ovulate regularly but I doubt that will happen and I doubt I’m pregnant as well.

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  • Maureen Stephens, RN

    While many people see results with ConceiveEasy in the very first month, each individual’s reproductive cycles are unique. Knowing that ConceiveEasy Fertibella is specifically designed to stimulate ovulation by regulating hormones and normalizing your menstrual cycle, it is best that you continue taking Fertibella ConceiveEasy until your periods have normalized.

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  • Shaunie

    I’ve been taking since last week and my period was supposed to come on Sunday the 21st it hasn’t since I been taking FertiBella. I also took an ovulation test Friday and it was positive, the test line was darker than the control line but we had sex the day before I saw the positive for ovulation. That was the 19th when I had the positive ovulation test, I’ve been having pains that come and go in my right ovary but still no period. I tested Monday and Tuesday it was still positive but it was fading like I wasn’t ovulating no more and then by Thursday it was completely negative and my temps have spiked. Should I wait longer to see if my period will come on or should I wait 10-12 days after what I think to have been ovulation to test for pregnancy?

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  • Maureen Stephens, RN

    You’re most likely pregnant, given that you were able to have sex with your partner during your fertile period. During your ovulation, your ovaries are able to release egg cells which are ready to be fertilized by your partner’s sperm cells. I do recommend that you take a home pregnancy test 14 days after the first day that you have missed your period for a reliable result.

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  • Shaunie

    I made an appointment for Monday the 13th to see my doc because my breast have changed dramatically, the areolas are spreading and my Montgomery glands are more defined. This past Sunday the 28th my period came on or what I thought to be my period it lasted 3-4 days but its was light, scanty and I was just spotting the whole time. Then yesterday we had sex and my vagina was extremely tight, it made me raw and I started spotting again and it hasn’t went away yet. Should I be worried about this?

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  • Maureen Stephens, RN

    You most likely are pregnant. These conditions simply show that you have been experiencing pregnancy symptoms. Pregnancy symptoms can already show as soon as a few days after egg fertilization and implantation. You should try to get a home pregnancy test 2 weeks after the first day that you have missed your period for a reliable result in order to confirm your pregnancy.

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  • Sabrina

    I have a irregular period and I have never. Been pregnant before me n my partner don’t use protection I have a little discharge it has a little other I’m a nemic

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  • Loretta

    I have a question since i read on here…we have been trying for around 4 months…i started a prenatal vit in jan when i got off the pill…then i kept taking my vit d3 because i took that before we were ttc…then i read that vit b6 will help with uterus which i started taking the 100mg along with 2.6mg i have in the pill is that too much? also i started taking vit b 12 because it said it will help with the vit b6. I also started Vit E because it said it would help with the cervical muscus which i dont think i get much off it. I also started my vit c since cold weather is coming and i usually take it during the winter…but i wanted to know is that to much vit b 6 and should i not take vit b 12? new to this so just trying new things because i know i ovulate since my opk sticks are pos around that day and i get pain in my overies as well around my O day. I am leanring to temp but not good at it…but will start out around period next time..this one was a practice test one…thanks

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  • Cherry t

    I have blocked tubes, what would you recommend I do. Been trying to get pregnant for over a year and just had an hsg procedure showing the complete blockage. Any advice for a 30 year old trying to conceive.

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  • Abbey Michelle Beall

    I’m trying to get pregnant I just went off birth control how soon can that happen?

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