Over the Counter Fertility Treatments
on Aug 23, 2012
by Alyssia Granger
Trying to get pregnant? Looking for an over the counter fertility treatment? Find out more about some popular options available to you.
Everyone knows that fertility treatments are notoriously expensive. For some people, this means that the possibility of parenthood is often kept out of reach for financial reasons. So, the question is, are there any Over The Counter (OTC) fertility treatments out there that can be used without pricey doctor’s visits and prescriptions? Claim Your 20 Free Pregnancy Tests – Click Here
The short answer is no, there are no actual “fertility drugs” that are available over the counter without a doctor’s prescription. You can’t go down to Walgreen’s and pick up some Clomid or some Repronex. Doctors feel that there are just too many tests that women need to have before going through IVF, and that it is just not safe to have these types of drugs available over the counter. While online pharmacies abound with various generic versions of fertility drugs without a prescription, you must remember to treat these with caution as to the safety of dealing with such a pharmacy.
But, don’t give up yet. There are still a few things out there on the market as “conception aides” that you can take advantage of without a prescription. There are a ton of Ovulation Prediction Kits on the market today as well to help you plan when it will be easiest for you to get pregnant. These are all relatively inexpensive as well.
In addition, you might want to take advantage of some of the natural vitamins and supplements that are on the market right now. Some of them contain ingredients that are reported to help you get pregnant. Be sure to remember when taking any supplements that they are not approved by the FDA, and you are taking them at your own risk and discretion. Some of these supplements are a combination of herbs and natural plant extracts that are said to promote fertility. Many of them can be found online or in brick and mortar stores.
One of the most popular fertility supplements is FertiBella ConceiveEasy. ConceiveEasy is unique in that it it is a monthly reproductive support system, in which it currently has 12 different monthly blends, each containing natural ingredients that are reported to improve reproductive health and increase your fertility. Ingredients include: L-Arginine, Green Tea Extract, Chasteberry, and a ton of vitamins and minerals. A one month supply is around $40.00 and can be purchased online. The unique thing is that for every bottle you purchase, you receive 10 free pregnancy or ovulation predictor kits. As pricey as those can be month after month, that makes the supplement really affordable.
Another popular option is Ovulex. It is said to be a natural fertility supplement that includes Chasteberry, Arizona Red Clover Blossoms, Licorice Root, and more. It is supposed to lengthen your menstrual cycle and stimulate your reproductive organs. You take two pills a day, and you take it through your entire cycle. A single bottle is around $60.00.
These two are the most popular over the counter nutritional supplements available right now that are said to help with fertility. Of course, these statements have not been approved by the FDA and are subject to be used at your own risk. There are no guarantees that they work, but some people swear by them. The fact of the matter is, these supplements may be a viable option for those who can not afford or do not wish to have traditional doctor’s therapy or prescriptions.
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Alyssia is mom to 2 giggley twin girls, Sophia and Emma, and son Hunter. She's a Southern girl, passionate about photography, travel and her husband Josh.