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on Sep 28, 2012

by Dr. Renee Hanton, MD

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Pills That Help You Get Pregnant

For women experiencing infertility, there are dozens of pills that help you get pregnant, from prescription fertility drugs to over the counter supplements. Find what will work best for you.

Nowadays, many couples encounter difficulties in conceiving. Affecting more than 15% of couples, some type of infertility is frequently associated with the hormonal imbalance of the female body that causes ovulation and egg implantation disorders and can be treated with either prescription medication from a specialist or with over the counter natural supplements. The following list contains the most frequently used pills that help you get pregnant with a short description of the effects of these herbal remedies and prescription treatments for infertility. Claim Your 20 Free Pregnancy Tests – Click Here

Fertibella

Available online, Fertibella is a very efficient, all-natural fertility aid without any known major side effects, which is able to tackle several different conditions that can cause infertility, including menstrual and ovulation disorders, the poor quality of the eggs and of the cervical mucous and hormonal imbalances. The product comes in the form of a Trying to Conceive (TTC) Kit containing one bottle of tablets for the first month of treatment and one for the second. With every TTC Kit, you also receive 20 bonus pregnancy and/or ovulation tests, as well as a handy BBT thermometer and chart to help you track and chart your temperatures. It’s an all-in-one kit, and available to try for free to see how you like it.

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Clomid

More than one quarter of female factor infertility is caused by ovulation disorders. Often the first line of treatment prescribed for infertility and one of the few prescription medications that come in the form of pills is Clomid. Clomid stimulates the ovaries and induces ovulation, helping about 40% of the patients achieve pregnancy within 6 months of usage. It can efficiently remedy menstrual disorders and has proven efficient in treating PCOS related fertility issues as well.

Parlodel

Another prescription drug, recommended especially to women who react adversely to Clomid, this drug is used to treat the tiny, benign tumors that can appear on the pituitary gland and can cause infertility in some cases. It helps reduce the high prolactin levels associated with the tumors and it successfully regulates blood sugar levels as well, being a useful remedy against the insulin resistance often accompanying the Polycystic Ovarian Syndrome, another frequent cause of infertility.

Chaste berry

As a clinically tested supplement, Chaste berry is able to regulate the upset hormonal balance of the female body. This herbal supplement, extracted from the fruit of the chaste berry plant, is especially recommended for women who suffer from a luteal phase defect or amenorrhea and has proven to be beneficial for those suffering from the symptoms of pre-menstrual syndrome as well.

As you can see, there are numerous pills that help you get pregnant. Whether you choose to take prescription medication or you prefer to go all natural and take supplements to tackle fertility issues, you must have the root causes of the problem investigated thoroughly and proceed with the treatment of your choice only afterwards.

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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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  • Dr. Christine Lee, MD

    While it is possible to become pregnant, PCOS (Polycystic Ovarian Syndrome) can affect your menstrual cycles by preventing ovulation. Regular ovulation is key in helping you get pregnant. Knowing when you ovulate, either naturally or with medication, can help you time intercourse or intrauterine insemination. I would recommend seeing your physician to determine available medication to help your body ovulate.
    Using basal body temperature technique is a good option to determine ovulation even with irregular cycle. Upon waking, immediately take your temperature and record it on your fertility chart. Typically, temperatures range from around 97.0 F to 97.6 F before ovulation. Once ovulation takes place, you should suddenly see a “spike” in temperature readings. If a pregnancy occurs, your basal temperatures may remain high, even past your expected period date. Typically, if pregnancy does not occur, temperatures will decrease over time and return to pre-ovulatory levels. It is critical to take your temperature immediately and accurately upon waking.

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    Does this really work, and does taking these pills have any negative effects because I am very interested in trying this out.

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