Can Fertility Pills be bought Over the Counter?

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While most fertility pills that you receive from your doctor do require a prescription, there are some natural options that you can purchase over the counter. Many of the options that are available through your pharmacy have been used naturally for centuries in order to improve fertility.

The downside to them is that they have never been tested and you will not know the exact effect that they will have on you and your fertility. It is best to talk to your doctor before you begin taking any supplements that are found over the counter.

there-are-over-the-counter-fertility-drugs-that-you-will-find-help-regulate-hormones-that-can-hinder-the-process-of-becoming-pregnantMany of the over the counter fertility drugs that you will find help regulate hormones that can hinder the process of becoming pregnant. While this can be very helpful, they tend to take some time to work, so it is important to remember that this is not a quick fix situation. Many prescription fertility drugs that you will find will work much more quickly, but you will be dealing with the side effects that they offer as well as a huge price increase.

If you are looking for a natural and inexpensive way to increase your chances of becoming pregnant, you will find that there are many options available in your local pharmacy. Just remember to talk to your doctor about them first.

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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.
  • moms42andbad

    Hi! I am 42 and had a tubal reversal in March 2012. Before I had a tubal ligation. I was very fertile. I am on my 8th day taking fertibella and im going to finish all four bottles before start to try and concieve. is this possible this will work for me?