New Pill Claims to Increase Chances of Conception by 3,000 Percent

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A new pill claims to increase a woman's chances of conception by up to 3,000 percent and provides options for people struggling to conceive.

Medical studies show that approximately 10 to 15 percent of all couples in the United States cannot conceive after one year of regular intercourse, but a Memphis-based company says it has the solution that could put a woman's body in the perfect position to finally conceive.

According to the American Medical Association, at one time, about the only thing you could tell if a woman was ready to conceive was by testing to see if the woman had ovulated or not. And even then, one couldn't always be sure.

About 40 to 50 percent of all infertility is attributed to the female. But can this pill, called Ovulex, be the answer to infertility problems?

To get the answer, we asked Teri Young, M.D., a fertility expert with 23 years experience in gynecology, to review and analyze this pill.

"I'm not so sure about its effectiveness, but I will say that it could improve the likelihood of a couple having a child," Young said. "I've counseled thousands of couples about conception and have conducted years of research to infertility and I've found that the answer lies in the woman's hormones."

Young said that a woman's body has to be fertile, just like soil has to be fertile for a flower to grow.

"That's what I like about this product," Young said. "It actually helps to fertilize the woman's ovaries, which increases the chances of conception."

Young added that Ovulex isn't a miracle pill, but added that it does provide a benefit to couples who have struggled to conceive.

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