Different Fertility Drug Options Available

on Sep 15, 2012

by Monica Scott

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Discount Fertility Drugs

If you are suffering from infertility, you may be looking toward costly fertility drugs. Find out if there are any discount fertility drugs available to help not break the bank.

Infertility in both men and women has become a very serious problem of the modern age, and judging by the amount of toxins and stress we are exposed to on a daily basis, it’s no wonder that more and more couples have difficulties conceiving. There are, however, many ways in which you can treat your infertility, ranging from a change in lifestyle, to taking supplements or even prescription drugs. Claim Your 20 Free Pregnancy Tests – Click Here

Most fertility drugs are designed to treat infertility issues in women, and only very few address male infertility. Fertility drugs, which remain the main way of treating infertility in women, are either taken orally or injected, and stimulate the release of hormones that regulate ovulation. Because a complete infertility treatment isn’t exactly inexpensive, couples choose to buy discount fertility drugs. Always make sure though, that the drugs you buy are approved by the FDA.

The top 5 most prescribed fertility drugs

Chorionic Gonadotropin

The action of this drug is almost the same as that of Luteinizing hormone, which is produced by the pituitary gland, triggering ovulation. In males, this drug stimulates the production of hormones such as testosterone. This drug should only be administered under the supervision of a doctor, since misuse can lead to serious problems. Other names under which this drug is sold are: Chorex, Novarel, Ovidrel, Pregnyl and Profasi.

Clomiphene Citrate

In women it stimulates the production and release of hormones which cause ovulation. It is used to trigger or regulate ovulation, as well as to stimulate the production of multiple eggs (for use with IVF for instance). In men, clomiphene citrate may be used to treat low sperm count. Names under which this drug is marketed are Clomid, Serophene and Milophene.


This drug was designed to stimulate the production of multiple follicles by the ovaries, thus making the woman more fertile. There are many side-effects tied to the use of this drug, and self-medication is strictly forbidden. A high incidence of multiple births was recorded among women who used this drug. Menotropin can be found in medications like Menopur, Menogon, Repronex, Pergonal and Humegon.


This is a purified form of the follicle-stimulating hormone, which is very important in the development of follicles. Urofollitropin is used to treat women who don’t produce enough FSH to support the follicles to mature. Just like Menotropin, the intake of this drug can cause multiple pregnancies. It is marketed under names like Fertinex, Fostimon or Bravelle.


Progesterone is one of the hormones that is especially important in maintaining a pregnancy. It also plays an important role for the regulation of ovulation. Progesterone can be either found under this exact name, or as a component of medications like Crinone.

Discount fertility drugs can be found in pharmacies and online, but they should only be taken at the prescription of a doctor, since they all contain hormones which can interfere with the way your body works, and any misuse can have severe consequences.

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Ms. Scott joined ConceiveEasy after working in prenatal obstetrical care for two years in a private practice before being promoted to Director of Nursing. She has a strong interest in women's health with an emphasis on promoting fertility awareness.

  • LeahReid

    My Fiance and I have been trying to concieve for 3 months now and so far nothing…i am a little worried considering i have irregular periods. can either of us do anything to make our chances better to concieve?

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  • Dr. Prabha Sahgal, MD

    Irregular periods can make conceiving more challenging because of the difficulty in pinpointing ovulation days. Tracking your cycles by charting daily reproductive symptoms, like cervical mucus characteristics and basal body temperature, will help you determine when you ovulate. This puts you in control of your cycles despite its irregularity, and will allow you to time intercourse during your fertile window, which are the few days before ovulation and ovulation day, in order to get pregnant. A preconception visit to your doctor is also recommended, for it would be an opportunity to have both you and your partner checked for any conditions that can affect fertility. Your doctor can give you an insight on your condition and on treatment options appropriate for your care. For now, you can start increasing your chances of conceiving by having a balanced diet, exercising regularly, having adequate vitamin and mineral intake, and reducing stress. Bear in mind that it usually takes couples at least 4 months to a year to conceive, so just keep trying and stay positive.

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  • Monica Scott, RN

    Fertibella ConceiveEasy® is clinically proven effective in overcoming the most common obstacles to conception, and has been designed to dramatically increase your chances of conception better than traditional fertility treatments.

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  • Faith

    At what age are you most fertile?

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