What Can I Take to Help Me Get Pregnant Faster?
on Aug 28, 2012
by Maureen Stephens, BS, RN
Wondering what you can take to get pregnant faster? Try these 5 most common herbal fertility supplements to help you get pregnant.
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“What can I take to help me get pregnant faster?” is a more and more common question. Fortunately, there are answers for you. You can choose from lots of fertility aids that may help you to accomplish your desire of having a baby, and many of these remedies are completely safe and have no side effects. Let’s see which the most popular ones are.
The 5 most common fertility boosting herbs:
Dong quai is a female hormone regulator, effectively toning the uterus. Consulting your physician before taking this herb is advisable. Often nicknamed “female gingseng” because of its many benefits to women, balancing estrogen levels, enhancing female fertility, easing premenstrual cramps, combating stress and anxiety, and is an excellent blood tonic.
Evening Primrose Oil is used for multiple purposes. As far as fertility is concerned, EPO helps with the production of egg white cervical mucus. The cervical fluid is thin, watery and fluid, helping the sperm to advance through the uterus. Even more, this fluid helps the sperm to stay alive for almost five days in the woman’s body, so conception may happen even if you do not have sexual intercourse on the day when ovulation occurs. If there is not enough cervical fluid, fertilization may be really difficult. Drinking much water and taking Evening Primrose Oil will really enhance the production of fertile quality cervical fluid. It should be taken in the first half of the cycle. Make sure not to take this herb after ovulation, as it may cause uterine contractions and this may be risky if conception occurs.
This herb helps with female infertility and relieves ovarian pain. It should be taken in the first half of the cycle, just like Evening Primrose Oil. False unicorn root stimulates the secretion of fertility hormones and boosts the estrogenic activities. It is most commonly recommended to women unable to sustain a pregnancy due to low FSH levels.
It strengthens the lining of the uterus. As a strengthener of your uterus, it is great when there are menstrual bleeding or uterine weakness issues. This espcially is apparent for those that suffer from recurrent miscarriages, poor egg quality, uterine fibroids or endometriosis. You can take this herb during the entire cycle, but you should consult your healthcare provider before taking it after conception occurs.
This remedy regulates female hormones. You may take Vitex either in the first half of your cycle, or during the entire cycle. This extract from the Chasteberry fruit has been known for thousands of years as an all-in-one supplement to boost fertility, like lengthening luteal phase, increasing progesterone levels, increasing the secretion of luteinizing hormone (LH), and helping to prevent miscarriage.
All of these herbal fertility supplements are excellent answers to your question, “What can I take to help me get pregnant faster?” They are safe for your health, but it is still advisable to talk to your doctor before taking fertility boosters, to make sure you make the right choice, depending on your general health state.
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Ms. Stephens has spent over twenty years in the healthcare world, specializing in obstretical and medical/surgical nursing. She joined ConceiveEasy as she has a strong interest in educating and empowering women and promoting fertility awareness.