What Can I Take to Get Pregnant

on Sep 27, 2012

by Dr. Renee Hanton, MD

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What Can I Take to Get Pregnant

What can I take to get pregnant? If you're looking for fertility drugs and supplement options, read about the top choices here, from prescription to over the counter.

Reaching the conclusion that the natural ways to get pregnant are not enough for you is not easy. Let’s say you tried everything. You have your body in shape, you have been eating well, you have been sleeping well, you are having regular sex, you quit smoking, alcohol and caffeine, you are generally relaxed and have a satisfying life. Also, let’s say your partner tried his best to stay healthy and fit as well. Still no pregnancy? In this case, many women decide to turn to special treatments that make it easier to conceive. Claim Your 20 Free Pregnancy Tests – Click Here

So what can you take to get pregnant? Read further and you will find the most common drugs and supplements recommended for increasing fertility, with important details and facts about each of them.

Fertibella Conceiveeasy

If you want to begin with a more natural approach, Fertibella ConceiveEasy is a great fertility supplement. Blended with a mix of vitamins, herbs, and minerals, Fertibella has been shown to dramatically increase a woman’s chances at getting pregnant. With its proprietary blend, this supplement can help stimulate ovulation, increase fertile cervical mucus, and balance hormones. Without the price tag or possible side effects associated with prescribed fertility drugs and treatments, Fertibella is a great first choice for boosting your fertility.

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Another option for an over the counter fertility medication is Ovulex. This can be used as a more productive alternative to your usual prenatal medication given the fact that each vitamin will help you take full advantage of your ovulation and bring you one step closer to the desired result. Ovulex is made out of natural ingredients and vitamins just like Vitex. This medication can help you make your luteal phase longer, is going to help you to both relax and strengthen your uterus and prevent miscarriages. You can try finding this medication on the Internet, as it can be bought exclusively online.

Clomid or Serophene

These are the most widely known prescribed fertility drugs for increasing fertility, as they have been used for more than 25 years. Prescribed to women that are not ovulating normally, they stimulate the ovaries to produce eggs. Research results show that approximately 60-80% of women taking Clomid or Serophene start ovulating normally, and about half get pregnant as a result. Generally, these drugs have only mild side effects, but still, you should make sure to ask your doctor about them, to avoid any issues.

Injectable hormones

If Clomid or Serophene do not have the desired results, using injectable hormones is the next step to take if you want to increase your fertility. These hormones, which will stimulate or control ovulation, are:

Human Chorionic Gonadotropin (hCG), found under brand names such as Ovidrel, Profasi, Pregnyl or Novarel.

Follicle Stimulating Hormone (FSH): Fertinex, Bravelle or Follistim.

Human Menopausal Gonadotropin (hMG). Metrodim or Repronex are popular products using this substance.

Gonadotropin Releasing Hormone (GnRH), found mostly in Lutrepulse or Factrel. This hormone stimulates the release of FSH and LH.

Gonadotropin Releasing Hormone Agonist (GnRH agonist), such as Zoladez, Synarel or Lupron.

Gonadotropin Releasing Hormone Antagonist (GnRH antagonist), found in Cetrotide or Antagon.

The rate of success of such hormone treatments is close to that of Clomid and Serophene, and the side effects are also mild.

Of course, there are many other fertility drugs, supplements and treatments available for those trying to get pregnant, but these are the most commonly used in modern medicine. As technology develops, it is beneficial to follow the latest discoveries about fertility, as information is the key in helping you conceive a healthy baby.

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Dr. Renee Hanton is ConceiveEasy's Senior Physician with expertise in the diagnosis and treatment of infertility. Dr. Hanton specializes in the endocrine causes of infertility, such as polycystic ovary syndrome (PCOS)

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  • Dr. Prabha Sahgal, MD

    There are treatments to cater to various kinds of infertility. Examples of medications used to treat certain condition are clomiphene and gomadotropins. Clomiphene works by stimulating hormones in your brain to get an egg (or several) ready to release from your ovaries each month, while gonadotropins stimulate your ovaries directly to produce an egg (or several). Although many fertility medication options successfully promote healthy ovulation and increase the likelihood of conception, these medications can also cause multiple births and unwelcome side effects. It is highly recommended to see your doctor and talk about potential risks before using any fertility medication. If by chance you want to begin with a more natural approach, Fertibella ConceiveEasy is a great fertility supplement. With its proprietary blend of vitamins, herbs and minerals, this supplement can help stimulate ovulation, increase fertile cervical mucus, and balance hormones.

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  • lola

    Hi am lola have bn dating dis guy forlike 5yrs befor we got married but my question is have had d nd c like 2wice even befor I meet my husband. So alredy had a baby girl like 8yrs old and have nt bn able to get pregnate ever since. And have bn with dis guy like have bn sleeping with him all alone for d past yrs now and have nt bn able to get pregnate. Have bn to d hosptal for scan and someother test. The doctor said am ok dat der is nottin wrong with me. Pls what do u think

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  • lola

    I mean my husband had a 8yrs old girl but have nt bn able to get pregnate all dis while have bn to d hospital and d doc said am fine. What do u think I should do

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  • ellen

    pls what can i do to get pregnant

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  • crystal

    hi my name is crystal an am tryin to get pregnant , but when my boyfriend and i making love he keeps on sperming inside of me . so how many time does he have to sprem inside of me so i can get pregnant

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  • abrown

    Will taking this increase the chance of having multiples?

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  • ester isack

    name of medicine if i go to shop i just buy it then after drink soon getting pregnant what is that medicine

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  • mary

    hi,i have been on clomid 50mg
    for three months but i have failed to conceive,what should i do?

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  • Rictoria Miller

    What pill can I take to get pregnant?

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