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Fertility Pills Over the Counter

on Sep 15, 2012

by Monica Scott

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Fertility Pills Over the Counter

Fertility pills need not cost an arm and a leg. Find out about various fertility pills over the counter that are much less costly than their prescription counterparts.

Medicine has made immense progress in recent years, and although infertility can be successfully treated through various fertility drugs and more complex medical procedures such as in vitro fertilization or artificial insemination, most couples suffering from infertility cannot afford these treatments. That is the reason why a big number of couples are looking to get fertility pills over the counter. Claim Your 20 Free Pregnancy Tests – Click Here

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But how efficient are these pills really? Well, the problem with buying over the counter drugs is usually the fact that you don’t really know what it is that causes your health issues. So the normal course of action for any couple with infertility issues would be to go see a doctor, find out where the problem lies and see where you go from there. The fact is that while prescription fertility drugs have been clinically proven to fulfill their purpose, fertility pills over the counter may or may not work. So if you choose to take over the counter meds to treat infertility, don’t expect miraculous results overnight.

Online Fertility Pills

You can look for fertility pills online or in stores, and judging by the huge number of products out there, you will certainly find something very fast. Make sure to always read the instructions carefully and ask a doctor if you are uncertain about a specific component.

Now let’s find out about the various fertility pills over the counter that are available to you.

Fertibella Conceiveeasy

This is a pill that also contains 100% natural ingredients. This type of fertility pill offers special blends for women and men, based on a proprietary blend of vitamins, minerals, and herbs. As a monthly reproductive support system, Fertibella for Women has 12 different monthly blends, with women acheiving pregnancy as quickly as with Month 1 or for some, with the latter months’ supply. It has a cumulative effect in that it builds up within your system to fully boost your fertility as time goes on.

Ovulex

This pill claims to contain 100% natural components, and prepare your body for pregnancy by tuning your hormone-levels. If you suffer from hormonal imbalance, chances are you won’t easily get pregnant. Ovulex is a mild stimulant, which helps control hormones such as progesterone, luteinizing hormone and follicle-stimulating hormone making conception possible, even if the treatment may take some time. Although this pill won’t do much for women suffering from anovulation or polycystic ovarian syndrome, it does help those who are not able to conceive due to slight imbalances in their hormone production functions. The intake of this type of fertility pill should be combined with a healthy diet and regular exercise, in order to achieve a favorable result.

Maca pills

These are made from the processed root of Peruvian ginseng and help increase sperm count, sperm motility and volume. It is also available for women, and helps balance the hormone levels.

Other supplements that stimulate fertility, are folic acid which is very important especially in early stages of pregnancy, Zinc, Selenium, L-arginine and a wide range of vitamins which help your body stay healthy, thus improving your chances to achieve pregnancy.

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Ms. Scott joined ConceiveEasy after working in prenatal obstetrical care for two years in a private practice before being promoted to Director of Nursing. She has a strong interest in women's health with an emphasis on promoting fertility awareness.

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  • sunny2013

    ive been on the depo for 5 years i last took the injection in november 2012 so how long will it take for the shot to leave out my system completely and how long will it take for me to concieve?

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  • Dr. Christine Lee, MD

    It normally takes a long time for periods to return if you have been on the Depo-Provera shot. With Depo-Provera, you could become pregnant as soon as three to four months after your last shot. However, it may take some women up to a year or two to conceive after they stop using this type of birth control. In the meantime, you can prepare your body for pregnant by eating right, avoiding stress, quitting smoking and exercising regularly.

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  • Gbibicoff

    How fast does it work

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  • sam

    If I have pcos what is the best thing for me to do to help conceive faster?

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  • lele

    I was on depo for a year and 6 months and got my period the following month my last shot was november 2012 I been try to get pregnant since how long does it take to conceive

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  • mistic

    I have my period only if I take birth control. Is this a sign of infertility?

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  • Dr. Prabha Sahgal, MD

    There are a lot of reasons why you are only having your periods when you take birth control. One of the reasons could be PCOS (polycystic ovarian syndrome) which is one of the most common endocrine disorders in women which makes conceiving challenging. It is best that you visit your gynecologist for proper PCOS management for you to be able to conceive.

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  • Jami Davis

    I took Depo for 1.5 years. Haven been trying for 3.5 years. I’m still trying an had no luck

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  • tiffany

    I had a tubal in 2008 I bren trying to get pregnant since I only have my left tube whats the best to try

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