Fertility Medications and Natural Supplements






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1. Why Choose Natural?

It’s perfectly common and normal for a woman to want to opt for natural fertility drugs. Fertility drugs and fertility treatments are scary. They are sometimes dangerous and can have harmful side effects in some women. Some studies have shown that taking fertility drugs can increase the risk of cancer and other ailments.


Some women just don’t like the idea potentially of these chemicals and other potentially dangerous toxins in their bodies. There are many women that want to opt for natural fertility drugs, but, is that truly an option? Let’s explore that a little bit closer.

2. Fertility Herbs

Fertility herbs. Some say that they are nature’s fertility drugs, used for hundreds or even thousands of years by our ancestors to boost their fertility. There are so many different types of fertility herbs out there, it can be hard to know which ones are best. However some of the most common ones are Vitex (also known as Chaste Berry), Maca Root, and Evening Primrose Oil.


If you need to improve the quality of your cervical mucus, Evening Primrose Oil might be the answer. Maca Root is helpful in regulating female hormones in the body, improving sperm health in men and egg health in women. Vitex is helpful for treating infertility caused by PCOS and other uterine problems.

3. Acupuncture

While it is not technically a drug, acupuncture is a natural option for many women who are looking to boost their fertility. Acupuncture has been used for hundreds of years to help increase blood flow to the reproductive organs. It can also reduce stress, stimulate hormones and regulate ovulation. As a matter of fact, acupuncture has been proven to even increase the sperm count and quality of sperm in men as well.


Acupuncture has been proven to increase the chances of success of IVF treatment as well as increase fertility on it’s own. Make sure that you are able to keep up with acupuncture treatments over a period of time for the best results.

4. Fertility Cleansing

Many women swear by fertility cleansing to help them remove old toxins from the body that could be hindering their fertility. Not only should a fertility cleanse remove old toxins from the body, but extra hormones in the body, and extra blood or tissue as well. If you are doing a fertility cleanse, you should only eat organic foods if possible. You should also only drink water during your fertility cleanse.


You should eliminate all caffeine, alcohol, sugar, and foods that contain gluten. Your emphasis should be on eating fresh fruits and veggies. Spinach, beets, carrots and asparagus are all great choices for cleansing foods, along with broccoli and kale. A beginner cleanse should only last between 3-5 days.

Ms. Belanger has 20 years of experience in women's healthcare and nursing, including labor and delivery, postpartum and antenatal. She is passionate toward improving both maternal and fetal outcomes of high-risk obstetrics patients.