Where to Buy Fertility Drugs for Women

on Aug 30, 2012

by Maureen Stephens, BS, RN

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Where to Buy Fertility Drugs for Women

Looking where to buy fertility pills? Find out the key places to buy fertility drugs for women, from local stops to online shops.

Trying to get pregnant and having some fertility problems? You’re not the only one! Nowadays women struggle alongside men, working as hard as them and a typical family relies on two wages. So, in many cases, conceiving is postponed and does begin to become an issue over the age of 35. But nature has its own rules and fertility decreases mostly after 35, so more and more women have to support their attempt for pregnancy with extra supplements and treatments. If you are one of them and wonder where to buy fertility drugs for women, here are three possible places: Claim Your 20 Free Pregnancy Tests – Click Here

Drug stores & pharmacies

Many over the counter fertility boosters are to be found in your local drug store. Vitamins A, C, B6, E and folic acid are great vitamins for helping couples trying to conceive and are available just off the shelf. For more sophisticated medicine and complex treatments, you should have a doctor’s prescription and it’s better to consult a specialist and avoid random recommended remedies. The prices vary according to label and composition. Read carefully the instruction and ask the pharmacist or the doctor of any side effects they could have, from slight discomfort to more serious problems.

Naturist shops

Some women are afraid of secondary effects of synthetic drugs or they are in the beginning phase of trying to conceive, so they decide to have a more natural approach to the fertility supplements. If that’s the case, you can find natural, organic products or herbal supplements in any your local natural goods store, like Whole Foods.

Treatments coming from times long before modern hi-tech medicine developed today’s drugs can also help you get pregnant naturally. Vitex, for example, has been used safely for centuries to treat woman’s reproductive difficulties. Evening primrose oil, black cohosh, false unicorn root, and red raspberry leaf are also some of the most trusted remedies for fertility ailments. A registered herbalist with a good knowledge of medical practice can help you choose the most suited natural helpers. It’s hard to say when or if they’ll solve your problem, since being gentle, they need more time to have an impact on your body.

Online shops

The answer to where to buy fertility drugs for women is one click away these days. For those dealing with infertility, the Internet is a great provider of fertility supplements that may not otherwise be available in local drug stores. Fertibella Conceiveeasy is available for purchase online, and has been shown to dramatically boost your rate of conception. The site is also bursting with specialized fertility advice from its plethora of nurses & doctors on staff available to answer all of your questions. Other fertility drugs for women available on the Internet include Ovulex as well.

If you are trying to conceive, there is no shortage of possibilities for you. Look both locally at drug stores or health food stores, as well as online, to find the many options available to you.

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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.

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  • Robersonfatima

    Hi my name is the tailor 30 African American female I have been trying to get pregnant for 2 years now after I had my abortion help I have not even been able to conceive

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  • Dr. Prabha Sahgal, MD

    Talk to your doctor about when it is safe to start trying to get pregnant after having had an abortion. Make sure you had no damage done during your abortion. Get healthy. Stop smoking, reduce your drinking habits and lower your caffeine intake. Take prenatal vitamins. Refraining from sexual activity for three to six days sometimes can actually increase sperm count, so although you should have sex often, you don’t have to worry if you have to take a break sometimes. You may consider buying an ovulation kit to track your cycle.

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  • Keri Green

    My name is keri im an African American and im 25 and me and my fiancee being trying to conceive for 3 years and havent got pregnant im just wondering what it could be or what do I need to do

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  • Dr. Renee Hanton, MD

    Since you have been trying to get pregnant for 3 years, I would suggest you visit your doctor so he can run further tests and evaluate your health and family history to determine why you haven’t conceived yet. Meanwhile, keeping yourself healthy and having sex every other day to ensure your fertile windows are covered can help boost your chances of getting pregnant.

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  • AshleyWilliams

    I want to know since I have been on Depo Provera since 2005 I want to know can I still get pregnant by trying the TTC Kit? As of now I am still on Depo Provera. Please Help Me!! Thanks!!

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  • dan

    hello,how is everything going ?

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  • Alma

    I have been trying to conceive for almost 10yrs now with no success. I’ve been told I produce no eggs since apparently I have PCOS…what are some natural ways to produce eggs?

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  • Ana

    I had a miscarriage March 18,2015 been trying to concieve and no result, what can be wrong

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  • mmamiki

    My name is sylvia and am 30 years old is it save to use fertility drug?

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