Whether you want to speed up the process of getting pregnant naturally or improve your chances of success with infertility treatments, there are a lot of products on the market to help you achieve your goals.
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When I was dealing with infertility, I bought a ton of TTC products and tried various alternative therapies such as yoga and acupuncture. I also completely changed my eating habits with The Fertility Diet.
The products below are all designed to get your in optimal health and ready to conceive. Some are centuries old while others were created by start-ups.
10 Products to improve your fertility & increase your chances of getting pregnant
While they won’t help you get pregnant any quicker, these Super Sensitive Pregnancy Test Strips from Amazon work just as well as the brand name early response tests for a fraction of the price. Save your money and use these tests when you get that urge to test at 3dpo.
Pre-Seed is one of the only fertility-friendly lubes on the market. It has been clinically shown to support sperm quality and is used in a lot of fertility clinics. Most regular lubes can damage sperm and hinder your changes of conceiving.
This organic tea is packed full of fertility enhancing herbs to promote reproductive health. It is made by the experts at Fairhaven Health Fertility Products who have a whole online store dedicated to fertility products. I drank this tea 2-3 times a day while TTC (CD1 to ovulation). They also sell a male version called ViriliTea.
This flavorless drink gets rave reviews as an alternative to swallowing the huge prenatal tablets. It contains Myo-Inositol which is thought to support ovulation and improve egg quality.
These two ovulation monitors take the guess work out of tracking your cycle and working out your fertile days.
The Clearblue monitor is the one I used when TTC both my girls and even once I had started with the RE, it was useful to double check dates and make sure everything was on track. I was never a fan of using a thermometer as you would only know when you ovulated after the fact which is pretty useless.
The one downside of the Clearblue monitor is that it requires Clearblue Fertility Monitor Test Sticks which can get expensive after a few cycles.
Ovacue Fertility Monitor, on the other hand, does not require any additional test strips and claims to work for women with PCOS and irregular cycles.
I highly recommend taking a fertility yoga class once or twice a week if there is one near you. If attending an in person class is not an option, you can practice fertility yoga from the comfort of home with the Bend, Breathe, and Conceive: Fertility Yoga with Anna Davis DVD. This DVD is available from Amazon or Fairhaven Health.
Fairhaven does offer free US shipping so it’s worth checking prices at both.
Another awesome but slightly pricier option is Restoring Fertility. This DVD is designed to work your body differently depending on where you are on your cycle.
7. Organic Maca
Organic Maca is ancient Peruvian herb used for Fertility. You can add maca to your fertility smoothie or take it in capsule form if you don’t like the taste. It is good for both men and women to take to improve fertility.
Many people recommend acupuncture and acupressure for infertility. I went to acupuncture twice a week for months when TTC both times and I definitely think it helped to regulate my cycles, ease my anxiety and potentially improve my ovulation.
If you are interested in trying acupressure at home, you might want to try the Fertility Ear Seed Kit from licensed acupuncturist, Heidi Brockmyre. You place the seeds in specific locations on your ear that correspond to fertility and the menstrual cycle. Although this for sure is one of the weirder products out there for infertility right now, it does get good reviews.
This product markets itself as a “Fertility Cleanse for Women & Men, Battle Endocrine Disrupters Before Trying to Conceive”. If you suffer from long or irregular cycles, it might be worth trying for a few months.
10. Guided Meditation
In one of my favorite books about overcoming infertility, Inconceivable, the author credits meditation for helping her get pregnant. Along with yoga and acupuncture, meditation can help you to relax and keep a positive mindset when going through infertility. This fertility focused CD features a guided meditation which is great for beginners.
Although I believe that all of the above products can definitely have a positive effect on your fertility, remember that getting pregnant isn’t a one size fits all and what works for one person may not work for another.
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