Get Pregnant Faster With Conceive Pills






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Wouldn’t it be great if there were a special pill that women could take when they wanted to conceive? No fuss, no muss, take the pill and get pregnant. No timing of ovulation, no tracking your cycles, no planning sex with your partner, and best of all, no struggles with fertility problems?


Unfortunately, our medical technology hasn’t reached the point of a magical “conceive pill” just yet, but there are a few things that you can do to improve your chances of conceiving.

1. Fertility Blends

Fertility blends are all natural, herbal and vitamin combination supplements that are available without a doctor’s prescription. They are a great option for women who are trying to conceive but don’t wish to seek help from a fertility specialist.



These include fertility blends like Conceive Easy. They take the guesswork out of using herbal supplements and vitamins, since everything comes pre-measured in an easy to use capsule.

These can be a great choice since they are available over the counter and don’t require a doctor’s prescription. In many cases, you can even buy them online and have them delivered straight to your home.

2. Multivitamins and Vitamin Supplements

For women who choose not to use herbal supplements, but still want to give their fertility a little boost, vitamin supplements can be a great choice.


There are many different vitamins that have fertility benefits. Some of these include Vitamin A, Vitamin C, Vitamin E, the B Vitamins, Folic Acid, Zinc, Iron, Calcium, Omega 3 Fatty Acids, and more.


Women can choose to take a few of these vitamin supplements on their own, or they can choose a multivitamin supplement that combines the most important vitamins. Ask your doctor if you need a regular multivitamin supplement or if you need a prenatal vitamin in your particular situation.

3. Prescription Drugs

If you have tried herbal supplements and multivitamins and are not seeing any results, it might be time to switch to another form of medication for infertility. For this medication, however, you will have to see your doctor.



There are several prescription drugs for fertility on the market these days. If you want to try one of these medicines, you will need to visit your doctor. You will probably get a full fertility workup, including family history, blood work, etc.


After that, your doctor will decide if you are a good candidate for these medications or not. Clomid is the most popular fertility drug on the market today.


It is designed to help women jump start their ovulation. It’s very safe and usually works very well. There are also other fertility medications out there today, and your doctor can help you determine which ones are right for you.

Dr. Karen Leham is double board-certified in Obstetrics and Gynecology and in Reproductive Endocronology and Infertility. Dr. Leham completed her residency at Loyola University, followed by a fellowship at UCLA.