Free Fertility Drugs for Women Trying to Conceive

on Aug 31, 2012

by Dr. Prabha Sahgal, MD

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Trying to get pregnant? Looking for free fertility drugs? While not free, try these fairly inexpensive options first.

Trying to get pregnant can turn into a really frustrating activity for those encountering any kind of infertility issues, and the costs can be so high for fertility treatment and drugs that it almost seems impossible to tackle. There aren’t many free fertility drugs on the market, but here you can see what is out there for you to try that are not too cost-prohibitive. Claim Your 20 Free Pregnancy Tests – Click Here

Nothing helps? Try clomiphene!

Clomiphene is the most common medicine as far as fertility problems go. In fact, it’s really likely that the first thing your doctor will recommend is using this particular pill. It comes under the brand names of Clomid and Serophene and its effect on you stands in the fact that it forces your ovulation process, which is a really important aid for women who are faced with menstrual problems like polycystic ovarian syndrome. The treatment lasts for five days and you can expect your ovulation to start approximately seven days later. Therefore, when talking about fertility, Clomiphene is a good first choice. While not free, it is not going to break the bank with discounter retailers like Walmart charging around $30 per cycle.


Not every woman is lucky enough to be able to conceive easily without medication and for those of you who are faced with these problems a good piece of advice would be to turn to Bromocriptine. The reason why this medicine is so effective is because it helps women with pituitary glands tumor, an ailment that can make the ovulation process really difficult. If this is the case with you, your doctor will probably recommend Bromocriptine, as an option for fertility drugs, because it will help shrink your tumor and, this way, restore your normal ovulation process. Again while not free, it is not in the thousands like injectable fertility drugs – Bromocriptine will cost between $75-120 per cycle.

Fertibella ConceiveEasy

In case you are wondering what Fertibella ConceiveEasy is, you will be happy to know that this is an all-natural treatment for women who are having problems conceiving the natural way. This medication can help you get over seven of the most common problems you can encounter when trying to get pregnant and has also come to show an increase in their rate of conception. Also, a great benefit of this medication is the fact that it comes in a complete TTC Kit, where you will find everything you will need to get pregnant. It’s fully equipped with a two month’s worth of supplements and a really helpful bonus gift consisting of 20 pregnancy or ovulation tests. You can try Fertibella ConceiveEasy risk free for 30-days and pay only shipping and handling. You can return the empty bottles for any reason during the first 30 days, and you’ll never be billed beyond the shipping cost, plus any free gifts are yours to keep no matter what. If you love it and decide to keep your TTC Kit, the cost is $39.95 per month following your 30 day risk free trial. So as far as free fertility drugs go, this is the least expensive option for you to try first.

ConceiveEasy TTC Kit + 20 FREE Pregnancy Tests

ConceiveEasy® TTC Kit™ is the most complete fertility system available over the counter. Clinically proven to dramatically increase your chances of conception and help you get pregnant fast from the very first use. And now for a limited time, Try a FREE starter pack today & receive 20 FREE pregnancy tests and a FREE Digital BBT Thermometer!

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Dr. Prabha Sahgal MD, is board certified in obstetrics and gynecology and subspecialty board certified in reproductive endocrinology and infertility. Dr. Sahgal holds a B.S. degree from MIT in molecular biology and currently serves on the ConceiveEasy board of directors.

  • shameka B

    How do you no if you cant have kids or its just not happening for you.

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  • Monica Scott, RN

    You need to visit a fertility specialist and have your health and family history assessed and have tests done in order to determine if there are any underlying issues that is preventing you form getting pregnant.

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  • Jennifer

    I was wondering if this would work for me. I have been diagnosed with amenorrhea,Polycystic ovarian, tipped retoverted uterus, and endometriosis. Would this work for me l, since I don’t get my monthly cycle?

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  • victoria moye

    my name is Victoria I was wondering if this will wor for me I never had a period me and my husband been trying to have a baby he do have 2 kids from his first marriage but they both grown so will yhis work for me

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  • Mary Lee

    I like to see if this works for thank you

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