Best remedies for getting pregnant

Pregnancy medications, such as Clomid and Gonadotropin, may be indicated by a gynecologist or urologist specializing in fertility when the man or woman has some difficulty getting pregnant due to changes in sperm or ovulation after 1 year of trying.

These drugs aim to correct the difficulty by making conception possible. However, treatments for getting pregnant with medication can take months or, in some cases, years to succeed because there are many factors involved.

The remedies for getting pregnant can be indicated when the man or woman has difficulty getting pregnant are:

Male and female infertility:

  • Follitropin;
  • Gonadotropin;
  • Urofolitropine;
  • Menotropin;

Female infertility only:

  • Clomiphene, also known as Clomid, Indux or Serophene;
  • Tamoxifen;
  • Lutropin Alpha;
  • Pentoxifylline (Trental);
  • Estradiol (Climaderm);

These remedies should only be used under the supervision of the doctor, it is important that the couple consult a gynecologist to do tests, such as sperm analysis, blood test and ultrasound, to diagnose the problem and start the appropriate treatment.

Another common cause of difficulty in getting pregnant is the thin endometrium, less than 8mm during the fertile period, and this condition can also be treated with drugs that increase endometrial thickness and blood circulation in the intimate region, such as Viagra. Check out all the remedies that are indicated in these cases and what can cause this decrease in endometrial thickness.

Natural remedy to get pregnant

A good natural remedy for getting pregnant is agnocasto tea, the same plant used in the Lutene remedy, because it contains properties that help to regulate egg production cycles, in addition to preventing the occurrence of abortions.

Ingredients

  • 4 tablespoons of agnocasto
  • 1 liter of boiling water

Preparation mode

Add the ingredients in a pan and let stand for 15 minutes. Then strain and drink 3 cups of tea a day to help treat female infertility.

The secret to getting pregnant is having intercourse during ovulation and the fertile period, having a good quality egg and sperm so that they can develop, starting the pregnancy.

To find out if the woman is ovulating, in addition to observing the symptoms of the fertile period such as colorless and odorless discharge, similar to egg white, it is also advisable to use an ovulation test that is purchased at the pharmacy. Find out more about it: Ovulation test.

If you are trying to conceive see also:

  • Check out the 7 precautions you should take before becoming pregnant