Fertility Drugs and Fertility Pills Can Interfere with Your Ability to Get Pregnant

Holistic and professional approaches to pregnancy with Midwest Fertility Center

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Fertility drugs and fertility pills can have dangerous side effects.

Fertility pills can come with a range of side effects, from mild like nausea and headaches to more serious like blood clots. It’s important work with a healthcare provider if you’re taking medication or supplements to help with getting pregnant.

At Midwest Fertility Center we support your pregnancy journey with prescriptions and life style and diet advice that keep you healthy and and safe.

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Are fertility pills effective?

Not all fertility pills work for everyone, and their effectiveness can vary depending on individual factors. This can lead to feelings of disappointment or frustration if the desired outcome isn’t achieved.

At Midwest Fertility Center we are the forefront of the latest fertility research, medicine, technology and practices. We work with you and your body to give you the best chances of the family you desire.

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Fertility drugs and fertility pills may have an impact on mental health

The process of trying to conceive can be emotionally challenging, and fertility pills may exacerbate existing anxieties or depression.

At Midwest Fertility Center we help you prioritize mental well-being throughout your fertility journey.

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Don’t Just Take a Pill and Hope It Works.

Your Future Family Depends on Working With The Best

The first ever pregnancy in the United States to result from a non-surgical intra-tubal insemination procedure was achieved by Dr. Amos E. Madanes in December 1989. The incredible results of his technique has been brining new hope to couples for the last three and a half decades.

Support your pregnancy journey with fertility drugs.

For decades Dr. Amos E. Madanes and the Midwest Fertility Center has helped thousands of women successfully become mothers

At Midwest Fertility Center we know that you want to hold a healthy baby in their arms, build a loving family, and experience the joy of parenthood. In order to do that, you need the best fertility support available including fertility drugs and fertility pills. The problem is that many fertility drugs and fertility pills can actually interfere with getting pregnancy. The market is flooded with claims from drug companies and supplements that make you feel overwhelmed and fearful that you aren’t doing enough. We believe that you should have the best medical advice on your fertility journey and always know that what you are taking is supporting your dreams of a child. We understand wanting a magic pill to bring you your child which is why we work to make your fertility journey as magical as possible with the latests available methods.

Here’s how we do it together:

  1. Schedule consultation to discover if fertility drugs are right for your fertility journey
  2. Learn about how fertility drugs integrate into a wholistic fertility journey
  3. Feel confidence that you are doing everything you can to achieve your fertility goals

What our patients are saying

Does it really work? Will it work for me?

Amy S.

I was nervous going but as soon as I got there the staff was kind and friendly and the doctor was very informative it made me feel like things were possible for me.

Denise M.

Doctor Amos E. Madanes is great. He listened to me and answers all of my questions. They are truly an awesome team. They are dedicated to making your dream a reality.

Melissa Z.

When I meet Dr. Amos E. Madanes, he was very, very caring. He listened to why I was here. You can see that he wants people’s dreams to come true, its not just a paycheck to him. He told me he will get me pregnant and this year my dream will finally come true because of him.

Most fertility clinics only offer primarily IVF. At Midwest Fertility Center we treat infertility and pregnancy struggles with fertility pills combined with Intra Uterine Insemination (IUI).

Warning! Many general Obstetricians and Gynecologists are prescribing patient a Clomid Prescription in a way that could actually interfere with getting pregnant.

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Clomid, also known as clomiphene citrate, is a fertility medication commonly used to help women ovulate. It works by blocking estrogen receptors in the pituitary gland, which in turn stimulates the production of follicle-stimulating hormone (FSH) and luteinizing hormone (LH). These hormones are essential for egg development and ovulation.

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Letrozole (brand name Femara) is a medication used to treat infertility in women who do not ovulate regularly or ovulate at all. It’s also sometimes used in conjunction with other fertility treatments like intrauterine insemination (IUI) or in vitro fertilization (IVF). Schedule a consultation.