What are Cheap Alternatives to Clomid?

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Clomid is a popular fertility drug that helps women become pregnant. It is a prescription drug, so in order to take it, you will need to be under a doctor’s care. Unfortunately, many insurance plans don’t pay for fertility drugs, including Clomid. This leaves many women who are looking to conceive with the task of paying for the drugs themselves. Claim Your 20 Free Pregnancy Tests – Click Here

What is Clomid?

Clomid is used by women who are not able to ovulate on their own. It is an oral drug and is actually fairly inexpensive when compared to other fertility drugs. You take this drug on a particular timetable and it will help you begin ovulating. If you are not able to afford Clomid, there are some cheaper natural options to consider.

Shatavari

This over-the-counter medication is used to help regulate your estrogen levels. When you take this drug, it will work similarly to Clomid because this is often an issue for women who are struggling to ovulate. Along with your estrogen, Shatavari will also help regulate your menstrual cycles, which can make it much easier to track your ovulation cycle.

Vitex

Vitex is an ancient drug that has been used for centuries to help women regulate their hormones. It is also one that is extremely similar to Clomid except that it is a natural option and more cost effective. Some women with conditions like PCOS find that this is an extremely helpful option when they are trying to become pregnant.

Tribulus

When you are trying to become pregnant, a great option to regulate your ovulation cycle is tribulus. Research shows that this drug helps women begin ovulating after the first couple of months about 60% of the time. In addition to helping with ovulation, this drug has also been shown to improve the entire reproductive system altogether.

Other Options

It is important to note that taking natural fertility drugs won’t necessarily help you become pregnant quickly. Since the drugs work with your body naturally, they tend to take a bit longer to work. However, there are some other things you can do to help improve your chances of becoming pregnant quickly.

For example, many women find that they need to work to reduce their weight. This has been shown to be something that can make it harder to conceive. Also, eating healthy foods and drinking plenty of water are things that can help make it easier to conceive. Finally, reducing stress is also something that can help. Pairing these items along with these supplements can help make it easier for you to become pregnant quickly.

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 Dr. Renee Hanton, MD
Dr. Renee Hanton, MD | ConceiveEasy
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)