Fertility Drugs for Sale
on Jan 29, 2013
Dr. Lynette Weiss, MD
Remember to ask the right questions when buying drugs for sale online, whether those be pharmaceuticals like Clomid and Gonadotropins, or supplements like Fertibella.
If you have been trying to get pregnant for an entire year and haven’t managed to, or for six months and you are over 35, then your doctor might say it is time you tried fertility pills. If you search online, you will find sites where fertility drugs for sale are available, sometimes even on forums. Women who have started their fertility treatments but did not need to finish their medication bottles might try and sell what they have left. That is because they may try to get some of their invested money back, given that fertility treatment can be expensive and not covered by insurance policies, or simply because they want to help other women start their treatment at a cheaper price. They sure know what dealing with fertility problems is about and they can be sympathetic with other women who are going through what they have gone through at some point. Just make sure that you ask about the expiration date before buying and about the conditions that the meds have been stored in. Claim Your 20 Free Pregnancy Tests – Click Here
Here are the most popular fertility drugs that you might find online for sale, along with a few details on them, so that you become familiar with what they are exactly.
These are brand names for clomiphene citrate, an anti-estrogen that is aimed at dealing with irregular ovulation. What it does is that it stimulates egg production in the ovaries. The treatment will usually take five days, with 50 milligrams being taken daily. If the results aren’t as expected, the dose can become bigger, even tripled. However the treatment should be applied for no more than six months.
Injectable hormones – there are six categories of injectable hormones, each depending on the hormone they address. Since these treatments have an important impact on the human body, they should not be taken without you being under medical supervision and without the doctor’s recommendation. So, even if you do find them for sale, only take them if they have been prescribed to you, since they each address different causes for fertility problems and they each have different kinds of impact on your body.
• HCG (human chorionic gonadotropin) – brand names: Ovidrel, Novarel, Profasi, Pregnyl
• FSH (follicle-stimulating hormone) – brand names: Bravelle, Gonal-F, Follistim, Fertinex
• hMG (human menopausal gonadotropins) – brand names: Repronex, Metrodin, Pergonal
• GnRH (gonadotropin-releasing hormone) – brand names: Factrel, Lutrepulse
• GnRH agonist – brand names: Synarel, Zoladex, Lupron
• GnRH antagonist – brand names: Cetrotide, Antagon
Lutrelef is usually prescribed in cases of greater severity, which require higher dosages and concentrations. It is recommended when the absence of ovulation is caused by problems in the functioning of the hypothalamus.
Aside from fertility drugs for sale, you can try natural products such as Fertibella ConceiveEasy if you are looking for something that is not financially burdening, yet highly efficient and safe. For people who want to try the product, the company offers a TTC Starter Kit to try for free. You will be paying for the shipping and handling only, to try it before you buy it, and receive supplements for two months and a bonus of choice, respectively pregnancy or ovulation tests.
All in all, remember to ask the right questions when buying drugs for sale online, and that other financially convenient options, like Fertibella, are also available.
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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.