Embarazo y fertilidad
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Hoping to start a family or have another child? Fertility products available from CVS can help to improve your chances of conception. Once you are pregnant, CVS can also help you purchase the products that you need to help promote healthy fetal development and help you feel your best through each trimester. On this page, you can find all of the pregnancy and fertility products available for you to buy online and have discreetly shipped to your home. You can explore the entire selection or narrow down the options by category.
Home Fertility Test
Many prenatal tests can be conducted in the comfort of your own home. Pregnancy tests can help determine whether or not you may be pregnant once you have missed your menstrual period. There are also tests available to help determine a baby's gender and screening DNA. With all of these tests, it is important that you follow the directions carefully for as accurate results as possible. Keep in mind that at-home testing kits do not substitute for a medical professional's advice or care. You should still consult a health care provider to discuss the results of your at-home testing.
At Home Fertility Tests
If you're having difficulty getting pregnant or want to conceive as quickly as possible, fertility testing can help. Men's fertility testing kits are available to help check sperm counts and the quality of sperm. If one of these tests shows abnormal results, the prospective father can see a health care provider for advice. For women, ovulation tests can help to determine when it's best to try and make a baby. To use one of these tests, you typically urinate on the end of a stick and wait for results to display. Women can also monitor ovulation by taking their temperatures daily with a basal digital thermometer. Like pregnancy and prenatal tests, correct use of fertility tests is imperative in order to achieve the most accurate results possible.
Once you find out that you're pregnant, you can talk to your midwife or obstetrician about your nutritional needs. Most expectant mothers require prenatal vitamins. These supplements contain extra doses of nutrients that are necessary to help support proper fetal development and help reduce the risk of nutrient deficiencies during pregnancy. After your little one arrives, your medical provider may recommend that you continue to take a prenatal vitamin while you are nursing. Prenatal vitamins come in a variety of forms, including tablets, caplets, capsules, gels and gummies.