Non Prescription Fertility Drugs

Non Prescription Fertility Drugs

With the high cost of fertility treatments, along with a rise in the popularity of “natural” medicine, many women are opting out of expensive, invasive doctor’s treatments, and going for a more natural approach to fertility medications by trying out some over the counter treatments. While none of these medicines are as potent as what you would get from a doctor, they contain a mix of natural herbs and supplements that are known to promote fertility, and many women swear by them. Claim Your 20 Free Pregnancy Tests – Click Here

Fertibella ConceiveEasy

Fertibella ConceiveEasy is a supplement that has a formula for both women and men. Fertibella is not described as a drug, but rather as a nutritional supplement. The goal of Fertibella is to balance hormones and menstrual cycles, making it easier to get pregnant. With this fertility blend, you take between 2-4 capsules each day, throughout your cycle.

You can get the one month supply of their woman’s formula for $39.95 per month. At this time, it is available to try the TTC Starter Kit, complete with Months 1 & 2, 20 pregnancy and/or ovulation predictor kits, and a BBT thermometer (a $152), absolutely FREE to see how you like it.

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Ovulex is a fertility blend medication made from all natural ingredients. It is said to improve levels of progesterone in the body, while also lengthening menstrual cycles, and stimulating reproductive hormones. Ovulex is also said to balance out your reproductive hormones.

The main point of Ovulex is that it does not force your body to produce eggs, it just helps your body to do what it does naturally. It contains ingredients such as Dong Quai, chasteberry, red clover, licorice root, ginseng and cohosh. A one month supply is around $50.

Assorted vitamins and supplement

There are of course, hundreds more single vitamins and herbal supplements on the market to increase fertility. The drugs mentioned above have just combined these herbs and vitamins together into one pill.

You can take multiple vitamins or herbal supplements and “build your own” fertility treatment plan if you feel more comfortable doing that. Some of the most common herbs used for fertility are chasteberry, licorice root, maca root, red clover, ginseng and more.

As you can see, there are tons of different options for over the counter fertility treatments. While they may not be as potent as doctor’s prescriptions, they are also much more affordable and have fewer side effects.

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Alyssia Granger
Alyssia Granger | ConceiveEasy
Alyssia is mom to 2 giggley twin girls, Sophia and Emma, and son Hunter. She's a Southern girl, passionate about photography, travel and her husband Josh.