What are Cheap Alternatives to Clomid?






October 24, 2014 by

1. What Is Clomid?

Clomid is the number one fertility drug in the US. It is a very popular medication and has been used for decades with great success. Clomid is a drug used to induce ovulation in women who otherwise have trouble doing so on their own.


It is a very powerful drug, and induces ovulation in more than 85 percent of the women who take it. Sometimes, Clomid is out of the reach of women who wish to take it, and they need a cheaper alternative. Read on for some options.

2. Conceive Easy

Conceive Easy is a fertility blend that is made up of all-natural ingredients. It is designed to support and nourish the reproductive system and give fertility a boost when it is needed. The great thing about Conceive Easy is that it does not require a doctor’s prescription and it is available for order online.


Plus, when you order Conceive Easy, you are not just getting the supplements themselves, but you are also getting a full Getting Started TTC Kit, which includes everything that is needed to get you on your way to starting a family.

3. Prenatal Vitamins

While they are not as potent as Clomid or Conceive Easy, regular old prenatal vitamins can provide an option for women who want to get pregnant but can’t afford prescription drugs. Prenatal vitamins can give fertility a small boost and can bridge any nutritional gaps in a woman’s diet.


They are incredibly inexpensive and can be purchased just about anywhere. Prenatal vitamins probably won’t work miracles to get you pregnant, but they can give your fertility a little bit of a boost.

4. Other Options

If you are really dead set on using Clomid to boost your fertility, there might be some things that you can do to still be able to use it. First of all, check with your insurance company to find out if Clomid is covered by your coverage. Also, talk to your doctor about your desire to use Clomid.

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Many doctors have samples they can give to patients for free that could take you through at least a few cycles. This might be enough to boost your ovulation and help you to get pregnant.

If that is not an option, your doctor might also be able to recommend other low cost alternatives to Clomid. Clomid is and will remain to be a very popular and powerful fertility medication, but it is by no means that only option out there. Make sure to check around and see what alternatives you might be able to find.

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Regina Ledoux, RN, CNM

Ms. Ledoux began her career as an ObGyn nurse practitioner prior to becoming a practicing midwife in the Santa Cruz community. Working together with ObGyn physicians in her own practice, she has over 20 years experience in women's health, pregnancy and childbirth.
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