What Pills Get You Pregnant?






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Struggling to conceive can be a difficult issue to face. However, it is one that many couples face every day and one which requires the help from medication in many instances. There are many that you can choose from, some of which are available at your neighborhood drugstore and others are only available through a prescription that is provided by your doctor.

As with any prescription, you need to fill your doctor in on the specifics of the items that you are taking so that you will be able to determine how your body will react to them and how they will react to the other medications that you are taking.

1. Clomid

Clomid is the most popular prescription fertility drug and is commonly used as a first resort for women who are struggling to become pregnant. It is extremely effective and most women are able to become pregnant fairly quickly and simply after they begin taking it.


Clomid is especially effective for women who are having a difficult time with their ovulation cycle. Either they are not ovulating regularly or they are not ovulating at all. Clomid is also one of the only non-injectable fertility pills that are available.

2. Ovulexovulex-is-said-to-be-100-percent-safe

Ovulex is also a popular option for women who are struggling to become pregnant. This drug is available over the counter and works with the natural process of your body to help you become more fertile over the long run.


While this is not a quick method, it is effective because it helps regulate hormones that may be keeping women from becoming pregnant. It is also important that you maintain a healthy lifestyle while you are taking this pill as well.

3. Evening Primrose Oil

Evening Primrose Oil has a number of benefits for women who are trying to become pregnant. It can improve a woman’s cervical mucus, which is important when trying to become pregnant. Cervical mucus is thinner when you are ovulating and creates and environment that promotes the healthy flow of sperm to the egg.


While cervical mucus is not required in order to become pregnant, unhealthy or a lack of cervical mucus can make it more difficult for sperm to reach the egg and fertilize it. Evening Primrose Oil can help improve the overall health of your cervical mucus and in turn make it easier to become pregnant.

4. Vitex – Chasteberry

This herb has been used for centuries to help women with fertility and menstrual issues. It has been shown to be extremely effective when looking to balance hormones that may be causing issues wither fertility.


Other benefits that can be seen when taking Chasteberry are lengthening the luteal phase and helping to prevent miscarriages. It is also a great way to encourage your body to ovulate and may help you regulate your menstrual cycle so that you will know when the best time to have intercourse is.

5. Red Raspberry Leaf

This over the counter drug is popular for the protection of the egg when you are trying to become pregnant. It can also strength your uterus and make sure that it is healthy enough for the egg to implant once it does become fertilized.


Another issue that is sometimes a problem with women is the luteal phase. The Red Raspberry leaf also helps improve your chances of becoming pregnant by lengthening this cycle as well. It helps improve the overall health of your reproductive functions and therefore helps your body have a better chance of becoming pregnant.

6. Conclusion

There are a number of options that you can choose from when you are looking to become pregnant. You should talk to your doctor regarding the specific types of drugs that you are considering and follow his advice.


Whether you are looking for a prescription or something that you can purchase on your own, there are many options when you are looking for pills that will get you pregnant. You should compare your options when you are considering taking a pill for fertility and consider the advice from your friends and your doctor.

Many women struggle with becoming pregnant and are forced to take prescriptions in order to conceive. If you find yourself in this situation, you may find some comfort in the fact that many women have gone through the same situation. You are definitely not alone and you may be able to find the missing piece when you ask others about the pills that they tried with they were looking to become pregnant.

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.