Can Pregnancy Pills (NOT Birth Control Pills) Really Help You Get Pregnant?


Wouldn’t it be great if there were just a simple pill you could take to get pregnant when you want to? We already use birth control pills to avoid getting pregnant when it’s not a good time, so wouldn’t it be awesome if there were just a simple pill for pregnancy?

As any woman who has really tried to get pregnant will tell you, it’s not that easy. Keep reading for some ideas of pills to help you get pregnant.

1 Clomid

Clomid is the most popular prescription drug on the market. It is usually one of the very first choices of fertility doctors when they decide to prescribe a fertility pill. Clomid is also known as Serophene, and it is the most common fertility drug on the market. Clomid is wildly successful in the world of infertility, because it is easily tolerated and has very few side effects.


It also works very well in most women that take it. In fact, 80% of the women who start taking Clomid, will begin ovulating within three cycles (three months) of beginning the drug. Of those women who begin ovulating, about half will become pregnant within three cycles/ three months of beginning treatment. The side effects of Clomid are also usually very minor, and mimic the symptoms of pregnancy, so it usually isn’t too big of a deal.

Some of the most common side effects are things like nausea, headaches, bloating and cramping. Clomid is a very popular prescription fertility drug and continues to be one of the most recommended fertility drugs on the market.

Side effects - 'Wow. That Tylenol really took away my pain.' said no one ever.

2 ConceiveEasy

FertiBella ConceiveEasy is a common fertility blend that is a great choice for women who need an over the counter option. ConceiveEasy is available without a prescription and you can buy it online.

Getting it delivered is easy, and it comes straight to your door, every month! ConceiveEasy is a great choice because it contains many different fertility herbs, fertility supplements, vitamins and minerals all rolled into one easy to take capsule.

Women prefer blends like ConceiveEasy because they don’t require a doctor’s prescription or a trip to the doctor’s office. There is also no fighting with the insurance company, and fertility blends are often very affordable options.

Pregnancy Pills - ConceiveEasy TTC KIt

Another great thing about these is that you don’t have to remember to reorder them every month, they can be automatically delivered to your door. Plus, fertility blends often offer free gifts with purchase, so make sure to check that out as well!

3 Prenatal Vitamins

Regular old prenatal vitamins can also be a great way to boost your fertility. They are cheap, and available over the counter. Prenatal vitamins can be a great way to make sure that your body is getting enough vitamins and minerals.

Prenatal Vitamins

You can get things like folic acid, vitamin c, vitamin B, vitamin E, calcium and zinc from your diet, but it can be hard to make sure that you are getting enough nutrients. If you have questions about which prenatal vitamin is best for you, ask your doctor for recommendations.

 4 Herbal Supplements

There are also a ton of herbal supplements out there if you are needing a herbal remedy. You can try herbal supplements one at a time, or you can mix and match them together, but make sure that you read up on them and research to make sure that the herbs won’t interact with each other.

There are so many herbal supplements out there that boost fertility, you could research them for days! Some of the most common ones for fertility are Vitex, Red Raspberry Leaf, Black Cohosh, Licorice Root, Dandelion Root, and more.

Black Cohosh

You can buy herbal supplements at your local health food store or drug store and find them in capsule form, tea form, powder form and more. Do your research on herbal supplements however, to make sure that you are taking the best ones for your particular situation and that none of them will interfere with any other medications that you have taken.

5 The Bottom Line

The bottom line is that there is no magic pill to help you get pregnant. There are a few things that you can do to help boost your odds, or to help you improve your chances of getting pregnant, but there is no one fits all solution.

You can try the pills listed on this page as a way to boost your fertility, but of course, there is no way to guarantee that these things will work. A great idea is to check with your doctor for tips and tricks. A doctor who knows your family medical history as well as your partner’s, will be able to give you the best advice about getting pregnant.

It's the possibility that keeps me going. Not the guarantee.

Just keep in mind that even though there is no magical solution out there, there are many different solutions that work well for different cases. Don’t be afraid to ask your doctor for advice.

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Dr. Lynette Weiss is ConceiveEasy's Senior Physician and Scientific Director. She is certified in Obstetrics and Gynecology by the American Board of Obstetrics and Gynecology and is a fellow of the American College of Obstetrics and Gynecology.

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