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What Are Some Over The Counter Medicne Or Other Ways To Get Pregnant Easily
Patience: There's no otc medication or supplement that is shown to increase fertility. Many couples with normal fertility have to try consistently through several menstrual cycles before conception. Only after a full year of consistent unprotected sex do we consider fertility impaired; at that point, a reproductive health specialist, usually an ob/gyn, can help with testing and options. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
When your due date arrives, you will be more than ready to have your baby! Most women deliver the baby somewhere between 37 and 42 weeks. According to the American College of Obstetricians and Gynecologists, only 5% of babies arrive on the exact due date. Approximately 7% of babies are not delivered by 42 weeks, and when that happens, it is referred to ...Read more
I've heard of Clomid (clomiphene) to elevate possibilities to get pregnant and having twins...Can I get an over-the-counter fertility pill that increases chances?
No: There are no over the counter ovulation induction medications like clomid (clomiphene). The chance of multiples on Clomid (clomiphene) is about 7-10%, Femara (another similar med) has a 5-7% chance of multiples. See your doctor to discuss these meds further and if they're right for you. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Hi I was wondering what's a good over-the-counter prenatal vitamin for pre pregnancy and is there anything I can do to increase my fertility?
Folic acid: Any prenatal vitamin that you like will be fine. All will contain Folic acid which helps prevent certain birth defects. They do not improve fertility though. If you are having trouble getting pregnant see an Obgyn. General healthiness improves fertility -- good diet, exercise, weight loss if needed; avoiding tobacco, drugs and alcohol. ...Read more
Is clomiphene or Clomid over-the-counter fertility pill or persciption pill? What over-the-counter pill can I take with pcos to fall pregnant please
POS and fertility: Weight loss is first option by reducing caloric intake and increasing expenditure with exercising. If weight loss does not induced ovulation Metformin should be added. Clomid/Clomiphene is a prescription pill and must be taken under medical supervision. There is a 5-10% risk of multiple pregnancy. See your doctor for advise. ...Read more
Evaluate: If you are trying to get pregnant the most important thing is to have sex, at the right time. You could buy an ovulation predictor kit to see when you are ovulating then have sex within the next 24 hours. If you are trying for more than 1 year get a thorough evaluation by your doctor. If you are 35 or older do this at the 6 month mark. Good luck! ...Read moreSee 2 more doctor answers
Enhancing chances: You should be taking vitamins. A good bottle of wine will help. If more assistance is needed, seeing a reproductive endocrinologist is your best bet. ...Read more
Are there any over-the-counter medications that I can take to help me get pregnant? We've tried for 10 months and have had no luck..
Not really: 87% of couples will be pregnant after "trying" for 1 year. The number increases to 95% after 18 months. If you are not pregnant by then, see your doctor for a more in-depth work up. ...Read more
What over-the counter drug can I take to help me get pregnant? Me and my boyfriend have been trying for like 7 months now and still no luck
What can I take that is over-the-counter that will make me ovulation and fertile so I can get pregnant?
What fertlity pills over-the-counter I can take to get pregnant right now I'm taken maca roots 1 capsule a day?
Difficult: I am unaware of any effective otc meds for fertility. Wt loss can help if not ovulating regularly. Getan ovulation predictor kit and remember the rate of pregnancy is 10-20% per month. Not an issue unless it's ben over a year and 40% of the time it can be a male issue (low or abnormal sperm). Good luck. ...Read more
What drug can I get over-the-counter to help me get pregnant I tried and tried I can't conceive : (andi need help
No OTC fertility med: There is no proven over the counter fertility medicine, but otc prenatal vitamins reduce your chance of a baby with birth defects. If you're trying to conceive without success, see a rei specialist for help - we do tests looking for ovulation problems, low egg supply, blocked tubes or problems with your uterus, or sperm problems. Depending on what issues we find, treatments can help you get prego. ...Read more
None: If you had a tubal ligation then your chances are not very good of having a pregnancy. There is no over the counter medication that will help with that. Tubal ligations do fail occasionally and someone becomes pregnant but that is very rare. If you seriously want to become pregnant then you need to talk to a gynecologist about a surgery to reverse the tubal. ...Read more
If I just found out I am pregnant and it's an unwanted pregnancy, can I get the abortion pill? Is it over the counter?
Trying to get pregnant my last period started on 11 sep is it bad to take over-the-counter cold medications?? Will that affect the baby this early
Only if you must: Obviously, the preference is to get pregnant without potentially fetus altering medications. Once you know you are pregnant for sure, use medications judiciously and check with your treating OB MD first. ...Read more
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