Fertility Pills to Get Pregnant

Fertility Pills to Get Pregnant

Millions of women all around the world struggle with infertility, a problem that has become more acute in recent years than ever before. Fertility pills are the first step in the treatment of these women, and their success-rate is quite remarkable. Since the main causes of infertility in women are ovulation disorders, all that these fertility drugs do, is cause a release of hormones which trigger or regulate ovulation. Claim Your 20 Free Pregnancy Tests – Click Here

If you are thinking of taking fertility pills to get pregnant, you should first contact your doctor and go through a complete medical check-up. Remember that you should never take prescription medication that is not prescribed by your doctor, because you may end up ruining your chances to ever become a parent.

So which are the most prescribed fertility pills to get pregnant?

Clomiphene citrate

You may find clomiphene citrate under the brand names Clomid or Serophene. This is the most widely used of all fertility drugs, and it is designed to stimulate the ovaries to produce eggs. Clomiphene citrate basically inhibits the estrogen receptors in your brain, tricking the body into producing more follicle-stimulating hormone and luteinizing hormone.

The follicle-stimulating hormone causes the eggs in your ovaries to ripen and the luteinizing hormone triggers the release of mature eggs. For most women, clomiphene citrate works wonders and is therefore the best-known fertility drug on the market. Clomid puts you at ease when trying to figure out how to know if you are ovulating.


Gonadotropins are protein hormones which are central to the endocrine system that regulates sexual development and reproductive functions. A gonadotropin deficiency can lead to infertility, so one of the ways to treat infertility, is the prescription of gonadotropins. They come in the form of injections and are usually prescribed to patients who have not responded to the treatment with clomiphene citrate.


In some cases, infertility is caused by the presence of a benign tumor in the pituitary gland situated in the brain, just behind the nose. This pituitary adenoma secrets an excess of prolactin, which reduces estrogen levels, inhibiting ovulation. Bromocriptine is used to treat this condition, and stimulate ovulation. It comes in form of an oral or vaginal pill, and it may take a while before the prolactin levels go down to a normal value and the woman begins to ovulate again.

Of course, every prescribed fertility pill also has side-effects and if you experience any more severe side-effects of the prescription drugs, you should inform your doctor who will adjust your treatment. So many decide to opt for a more all-natural approach. So, which are the most popular over the counter remedies available?

Fertibella Conceiveeasy

Fertibella Conceiveeasy is a fertility supplement, blended from a mix of the most widely known and efficacious fertility-boosting vitamins, minerals, and herbs for an all-in-one easy to take tablet. Because the ingredients are direct from nature, there are none of the side effects associated with the above prescribed pills and treatments. As a monthly reproductive support system, Fertibella offers a complete line of 12 unique monthly blends, each bottle labelled in chronological order from 1-12, to support a woman’s entire journey trying to conceive.

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Vitex agnus castus

This fertility herb extracted from the juice of the chasteberry fruit has been in use since ancient Roman times, as an all-inclusive tonic for all sorts of troubles of the female reproductive system. Because it has been in use for thousands of years, Vitex is extremely safe to use and as another all-natural approach, it comes without the dangerous side effects of its prescribed counterparts.

Vitamin B6

Vitamin B6 is a well-known vitamin, often forgotten, in its keen ability to treat female reproductive issues like luteal phase defect. This occurs when your luteal phase, the time between ovulation and the start of your next period, is shorter than 9-10 days (with the norm being around 14), not enabling your body the chance to sustain a pregnancy and implant the successfully fertilized egg. A course of Vitamin B6 does wonders for this.

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Maureen Stephens, BS, RN
Maureen Stephens, BS, RN | ConceiveEasy
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.