Pills to Take to Get Pregnant

on Sep 27, 2012

by Dr. Renee Hanton, MD

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If you are having difficulty getting pregnant, here are a list of the top 5 prescription pills to take to get pregnant as well as an all-natural supplement you can try first.

Before undergoing surgery, many women try their luck with fertility pills and the results are satisfactory in most of the cases. Of course, not all fertility treatments lead to pregnancy, but the positive results brought about by some pills make them worth trying. Claim Your 20 Free Pregnancy Tests – Click Here

Here is a list of the best four prescription pills to take to get pregnant as well as a fifth, all-natural choice as well.

Gonal-F or Puregon

These pills stimulate the production of ovocytes and regulate the menstrual cycle. They contain FSH and LH, two hormones that play an important role in recreating and maintaining the internal balance of the luteal phase, its length representing the number one cause for miscarriage in most women. The ovarian follicles then develop as a consequence of the hormonal afflux and, in more than 95% of the cases, the women get pregnant and give birth to healthy babies. The side effects usually appear after a hyper stimulation of the ovaries and consist of discomfort in the abdominal area, loss of the appetite or fatigue, but they can be easily prevented if the patient is monitored constantly.

Elonva

Elonva is one of the most recent infertility treatments for women and is very effective in ovarian stimulation. The treatment has to be followed in cycles of 7 days, with 5 days of rest in order to allow the body to restore its normal processes. In most of the cases, it is the only medicine administrated. Due to its potent effect, no other additional treatment is required and its bioavailability remains stable from the first day of the cycle to the last. The side effects make it contraindicated for women who present severe cases of polycystic ovaries.

Pergoveris

It is prescribed by many doctors, especially for patients who are over 35 years of age. Considering the fact that its active substances are extremely powerful, the number of pills to take to get pregnant and the duration of the whole protocol are lower than for most of the other treatments by almost 50%. The embryos produced by the women who have passed over a certain age need a considerably higher hormonal boost, and Pergoveris increases dramatically these women’s chances to get pregnant.

GnRH antagonists

They are used in most of the modern protocols, named also short protocols. The antagonists play an important part in the prevention of the high lutein hormones, favoring proper follicular growth.

If you wish to try a more natural approach first, here are natural pills to take to get pregnant.

Fertibella ConceiveEasy

Fertibella ConceiveEasy is an all-natural fertility supplement, made from a unique proprietary blend of vitamins, minerals, and herbs. Women who take this fertility pill have a higher chance of getting pregnant with its great fertility-enhancing powers – from stimulating ovulation to lengthening luteal phase to increasing fertile cervical mucus. It is a great alternative to more costly and invasive fertility drugs and treatments and a great first choice before going the more medical route.

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Dr. Renee Hanton is ConceiveEasy's Senior Physician with expertise in the diagnosis and treatment of infertility. Dr. Hanton specializes in the endocrine causes of infertility, such as polycystic ovary syndrome (PCOS)

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  • veremu

    I have a 12year baby im trying for another one but hard luck

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  • Nicie

    Hi I’m 23 years of age and I’ve been married for almost two years I’m trying to conceive if anyone can Mayne tell me what to do or take I’d highly appreciate it

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