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Pills To Get Pregnant: 6 Fertility Pills That Work

on May 28, 2012

by Tiffany Merritt

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Struggling to get pregnant? Increase your chances of conception with an easy alternative to fertility drugs.

Now usually once the novelty of trying to get pregnant on your own wears off, which is usually like after 1 month of trying unsuccessfully, a lot of women want to know if there are other things they can do to help increase their chances and their odds of getting pregnant more quickly. Claim Your 20 Free Pregnancy Tests – Click Here Many women want to know if there’s a magic little pill they can take that’s going to guarantee that they get pregnant.

While there’s not a ‘pregnant’ pill that can guarantee you will get pregnant, there are many options out there that will help set your body up for maximum success and get everything in order so that you have the best possible chances of getting pregnant.

ConceiveEasy

ConceiveEasy Advanced Conception are a non-prescription option, and here is my personal review of them. This is what they look like, what the pills and TTC Starter Kit look like – they come in a 60-day supply with 2 months included, Month 1 & Month 2. The numbers are listed right on the bottles. And the Kit includes pregnancy & ovulation tests as well, to help you track your cycle & hopefully give you that positive pregnancy test you’re looking for. They do several things to help your body out. First, they help restore a regular, more predictable cycle. If your cycle’s really irregular or it just can be off a little bit, that’s easy to happen due to stress, just changes in life happening that can cause an irregularity in cycle even if you’re normally pretty regular. Well these can help regulate it. This is very important because, if you don’t know exactly when you ovulate and aren’t having sex at the right time, you’re not going to get pregnant if there’s no sperm to meet an egg once ovulation happens. I promise you, you wont get pregnant. So having very predictable cycles is a very important thing.

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The second thing these pills help with is to ensure that your cervical mucus levels are correct, and that they’re adequate enough. There are many women, who this is a problem for them. They’ve got the baby-making business down pat, they’ve been doing the basal body temperature and charting their cycles, so they know exactly when they ovulate and so what’s going on? Why aren’t they getting pregnant? In some cases you just aren’t producing an adequate amount of cervical mucus. That stuff has a real purpose. It’s designed to help the sperm more easily travel and get to that egg so if you don’t have enough CM it could be a problem. And ConceiveEasy helps increase your fertile CM. They also ensure that your hormone levels are at the right balance to produce a mature egg by the time of ovulation. That’s also a key, you want an egg to be released that really is ready to become an embryo. Not to mention, they help stimulate ovulation which for many women they go months without ovulating. And without ovulation, pregnancy cannot occur. So this is huge!

Vitamin B6

Vitamin B6 has long been associated with woman’s fertility and specifically in assisting to regulate your luteal phase. What is your luteal phase? It is the length of time calculated from the day you ovulate until the time your next cycle begins. The average luteal phase length is 14 days. If your luteal phase is short, like 9 or 10 days, then your body will have a difficult time maintaining a pregnancy. And could very well end with your cycle beginning anew. Also, if your luteal phase is much longer than 14 days, like 20+, then you are more likely to miscarry even if you fall pregnant. So assisting with getting your luteal phase right on target is really a key ingredient to getting pregnant quickly.

Vitex

Vitex agnus-castus, or Chasteberry, is a traditional herbal folk remedy that you will hear many women talking about. Research has shown that it is very helpful in balancing female hormones, and it too has been shown to lengthen a short luteal phase. Other uses are to stimulate the formation of the corpeus luteum, help prevent miscarriage, and combat amenorrhea (which means those that have no period), to help stimulate the onset of menses.

Ovulex

Ovulex is another over-the-counter fertility blend available only online. It is recommended as a better alternative to prenatal vitamins in Taking Charge of Your Fertility, as the dosing amounts of each vitamin is amped up to enable maximum chances of success. Key ingredients include various herbals including Vitex chaste-berry. Ovulex helps to lengthen luteal phase, relax and strengthen the uterine walls, as well as assists in preventing early miscarriages.

Red Raspberry Leaf

Red raspberry leaf can be found in most health food stores, and is taken in either tablet form or brewed as tea. It has long been known as an herbal remedy effective at toning the uterus to its optimal condition. Thus, because it helps to strengthen the uterus & minimize extra bleeding, it has shown to be effective for recurrent miscarriages, improving egg health, as well as to help heal the uterus after uterine fibroids, endometriosis or ovarian cysts.

Evening Primrose Oil

This herbal remedy, again found at health food stores, comes in capsule form. Evening primrose oil (EPO) helps improve the quality of cervical mucus. Cervial mucus is necessary for the sperm to find their way to the egg, and EPO enables a better environment for the sperm, which will stay alive for up to five days, thereby increasing the chances of getting pregnant. Take only up until ovulation, as it does have negative effects in the case of early pregnancy.

Now, these various pills again, they can’t guarantee that you’re going to get pregnant, but they can help get your body primed for the best chances without a prescription. And what have you got to lose? Every little bit helps when you want to get pregnant now!

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Tiffany is a mompreneur & editor whose parenting tips and product recommendations can be found at her popular blog, Stuff Parents Need, where she's busy making life a little less hectic for new parents.

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  • Kaya

    So if I take a conceive easy pill I can begin to have sex to get pregnant even if I stopped taking my depo .. I took my depo September 2016 and I was due for my second one December 14 2016 …I haven’t had no period , and I eat a lot , feel pregnant but I also took a pregnancy test and it came back negative .

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  • Sylvia

    After u get pregnant do u keep taking the pills or u stop?

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  • babygirl1975

    I think that I read that stop taking the pills once you have a BFP

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  • babygirl1975

    I just started 2 days ago also I wish you the best of luck ttc

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  • Susan

    I need help I’ve been trying to get pregnant soon I will be 26 and I’m starting to get worried if I’m ever going to get pregnant my doctor has said my ovarys look fine but It just seem like I can’t get pregnant my periods were never normal but now they are I have never had an orgasm I’m a little over wieght my doctor said that I just need to loss wieght but I have seen people bigger than me get pregnant what’s it the problem please help me

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  • jjonas

    Hello I’m 25 years old and me and my husband have been trying to have a baby for 4 years now. Our first baby we lost on the way to the gender reveal party the day we found the gender out. And have had 4 other miscarriages. I’m worried because I’m such a high risk. And all females in my family lose all reproduction by age 30 so we are trying to conceive as soon as possible. Because we at least want two. Will this really help my chances?

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  • Claire

    Me and my partner lost are first child I was 12 weeks 3 years ago ever since we have been trying still no luck we have been to the doctors my husband is fine he can have them every time I keep on getting checked I’m not ovulating can I still use the pills and will it work please because we are just putting pressure on are relationship now over it

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