Fertility Drugs For The Low, Low Price of Free

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If you have come across this article while looking for free fertility drugs, chances are you probably already know just how expensive fertility treatments are.  Free fertility drugs are hard to come by, but there are a few options available and there are also some cheap options out there. Read on for some ideas on free fertility drug options, and some other ideas for options that might not be free, but might be pretty cheap instead. 

1 Prenatal vitamins

Prenatal vitamins are a great “beginner” option for couples who are looking for a cheap and easy way to boost their fertility. You can get prenatal vitamins for just a couple of bucks at stores like Walmart or Target, or even at your neighborhood drug store.

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Sometimes you can even get free samples of prenatal vitamins from your doctor or health department. While prenatal vitamins are not something that is guaranteed to get you pregnant, they can help to boost your fertility. The vitamins and minerals in prenatal vitamins can help to nourish a woman’s body, as well as her reproductive system. This, in turn, can help to boost a woman’s health and prepare her for pregnancy. Prenatal vitamins are incredibly popular because they don’t require a doctor’s prescription.

 Essential Daily Vitamins for Women

2 Fertility blends

Fertility Blends like FertiBella ConceiveEasy are not free, but when compared to costly fertility pills like Clomid or treatments like IVF, they are super cheap. Fertility blends do not require a doctor’s prescription, and they can be ordered online from the comfort of your own home. Fertility blends are great for couples who want to boost their fertility naturally, but may not know where to start.

Free Fertility Drugs - ConceiveEasy TTC KIt

Fertility blends take many different herbs and fertility supplements, and wrap them all together in one easy to take capsule. Fertility blends are much more affordable than buying several different fertility supplements separately, and another bonus is that you don’t have to measure out each ingredient individually.

3 Charity donations

Sometimes, different charities will offer a sponsorship type of relationship for couples who are needing fertility treatments. These charities sometimes pay for fertility pills for couples who meet certain requirements and they sometimes sponsor full fertility treatments. Doing a quick web search can help you come up with a few charities to contact.

Charitable giving

The waiting lists for these types of charities can sometimes be very long, so be prepared to wait and sometimes there is also a huge amount of paperwork that has to be filled out with these charities.

4 Clinical trials

Sometimes universities and fertility clinics will host for new fertility medications or fertility treatments. These fertility treatments are usually free or are available at a very deeply discounted rate. However, remember that these are clinical trials, which means that they are treatments and drugs that have not been given full approval yet.

Clinical Trials

Be sure to research not only the facility, but the doctors, nurses and staff, as well as the treatment that is going to be performed as well. Clinical trials can be a great way to get free fertility treatments, but there is no guarantees that they will be successful.

5 Herbal Supplements

There are also many different herbal fertility supplements on the market today that can help to boost fertility. Some of the most common fertility herbs include Vitex (also known as chasteberry), Red Raspberry Leaf, Maca Root, Dandelion Root, False Unicorn, Black Cohosh, and more. These herbal supplements are very inexpensive and available at many health food stores.

Herbal supplements

You can also buy herbal supplements in many forms including powders, capsules or teas. Herbal supplements contain no chemicals or other potentially harmful ingredients, so they are usually very popular with couples who are trying to conceive naturally.

6 Check your insurance

Many insurance companies are starting to cover some fertility treatments. While not all companies are covering all treatments, it is at least a start. If you currently covered under insurance, check your policy to see if any fertility pills or fertility treatments are covered under your plan.

insurance

At the very least, you might be able to get a discount on fertility prescription pills such as Clomid. Just be sure to check with your insurance company. Insurance companies are starting to realize how important infertility coverage is and many of them are starting to include it with their coverage.

7 The bottom line

The bottom line in this is that the old adage “If it seems too good to be true…” really does apply here. While many couples are looking for a free fertility treatment plan, there really aren’t very many available. Fertility treatments are just simply very expensive. If you do decide that fertility treatments are needed in your particular case, you might have to save up to be able to afford them. That is perfectly okay, and completely normal.

fertility treatments

Many couples have to save up for a few years before they are able to afford treatments, so don’t feel bad if that is the case for you. Ask around, look around, and do your research to find out if there is any possible way to get a discount on your fertility pills or treatments. You might be surprised with what you find out, so don’t hesitate to give it a try.

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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.

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