Online Fertility Drugs

on Sep 13, 2012

by Monica Scott

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Online Fertility Drugs

Looking to purchase fertility drugs online? Find out which are available online and the average cost you will expect to pay.

When dealing with fertility difficulties, natural approaches are not always sufficient and the problem may require further treatment. However, not all the pharmacies provide specialized help for this situation and even if they do, sometimes waiting in a queue at the store or for a prescription is not so pleasant or comfortable for such a delicate issue. The alternative, in this case, is reverting to online fertility drugs. Here is a list of the best sold online drugs for fertility problems. Claim Your 20 Free Pregnancy Tests – Click Here


Clomid is probably one of the most renowned drugs used in the treatment of infertility. It is a brand name for clomiphene citrate and it can be found in three versions: 25, 50 and 100 mg. Clomid is designed for the treatment of polycystic ovarian symptom (PCOS) or for ovulation irregularities, in women’s case. It can also be of great help for men with quantitative and qualitative sperm problems. Being one of the most popular fertility drugs, Clomid is abundantly found on the Internet and by buying it online clients get a discount and fast delivery at their door.


Repronex is célèbre brand for menotropin which is responsible for the direct stimulation of the ovaries to discharge eggs regularly. Repronex is one of the fertility improvement methods known as ART (Assisted Reproduction Technology) and it helps both women and men, as it is beneficial for the production of eggs and sperm. Repronex like Clomid can be easily found on the Internet, in the requested quantity and right on time. The price varies depending on the quantity, and the cheapest one is $175. Anyhow, Repronex is a very effective and affordable drug, compared to complex medical interventions.


Ganirelix Acetate Injection (250 mcg) is likewise highly-rated in the pharmaceutical branch and it is used when women undergo ART. Specifically, the drug does not allow eggs to be released prematurely. Ganirelix Acetate is the only gonadotropin-releasing hormone (GnRH) antagonist in a syringe and extremely easy to use, as it does not require mixing. The price of the drug is constant, costing around $80 when ordered from an online pharmacy.


Crinone is another drug used when ART are applied. It actually is progesterone gel that is utilized at the transfer of the embryo into the uterus. The price of the drug (approximately $180) also includes a vaginal applicator designed to provide comfort for the patient.

To conclude, buying fertility drugs online is a smart and convenient method of getting cheap drugs and professional help for fertility concerns. There is a wide variety of products for the improvement of fertility online and it is highly recommended to purchase them this way, as the pharmacies that offer them provide information on how to get prescription for medication and how to order online. Moreover, the products listed above belong to trusted brands, so there is no need to worry about ordering online; plus, the drugs will be immediately delivered at your door in order to help you conceive.

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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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  • Charmain_Sobotka

    hi me and my partner have been tryin for a baby for 2YEARS NOW I AM AGED 21 AND MY PARNER IS AGED 20 WE HAVE REGULAR SEX AND I HAVE NEVER BEEN ON CONRICEPTION.

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  • Monica Scott, RN

    There are several factors that can affect your ability to conceive. The over-all health and fertility of you and your partner is one. The quality of your lifestyle and eating habits also plays a big role in your fertility. It is recommended to have a preconception visit to your doctor in order to have both of you checked for any underlying conditions that may affect fertility. This will also be an opportunity for you to explore and discuss your options for your fertility. You can also start increasing your chances of conceiving by eating right, exercising regularly, avoiding alcohol and caffeine, stopping cigarette smoking, and taking prenatal vitamins. Tracking your cycles in order to time intercourse during your fertile days also increases the likelihood of achieving pregnancy. It also helps to just enjoy the process of conceiving, for anxiety and stress can be a big impediment to conception. Just stay positive and keep trying. Good luck!

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  • Lisa Scott

    I have been on the Depo shot off and on for 4 years. My husband now wants to have a baby. My next shot is in two weeks. Can I start taking fertility drugs or something to help rid my body of the hormones from the depo?

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  • Anxious to be a mother

    I had my left tube removed, but my periods are regular and I’ve been to the doctor getting tests. My anatomy is fine, but since I only have one tube and two ovaries it’s hard to say which egg will drop each month. Would those fertility pills do anything to help me?

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  • Sade

    I used this for two years and have yet to get pregnant. This is a total rip off.

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  • chrissy

    I have one blocked tube found this out after an ectopic pregnancy then some tests in the fertility clinic were do I go from here

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  • Desperate2be_Mommy

    Hi, I am looking into fertility pills, I am trying to research my best option my partner and I have had sex regularity for 2 years, I have tracked my cycles consistently down to cervix positioning periods and even discharge, we have began to realize that my cycles are extremely irregular, my period is always about a week late and on a 35 day cycle, some months it will be a 26-30 day cycle but lately the cycles have become longer and longer, we desperately want a child together, his sperm has been tested but the Drs refuse to test if I have any blockages or issues despite my constant requests, 2 years ago I was diagnosed with clamydia and later told it was suspected that I had PID… This I know can cause scarring on my tubes and overlies depending on how long it was impacted, and still they refuse to check if that is the case, I am 27years old and my clock is ticking, my partner and I desperately would like a child, but it seems our dr is denying us that right, what can we do to ensure we achieve our dreams of having a family and regulate my ovulation cycle

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