Our recommendation is to use the Béa Treatment Kit for three cycles for the best chances of getting pregnant because multiple attempts can be the key to success! We want the Béa Treatment Kit to help you get pregnant, but we do also know that unfortunately, it won’t work for everyone. After three cycles, you can reassess if you want to continue using the Béa Treatment Kit and review different purchase options.

Alternative treatment options

Your GP might carry out an assessment and perform some initial tests to see if there is an underlying cause of the delay in getting pregnant. They may determine if you’re suitable for clinical treatment in a fertility clinic. Treatment options might be: 

Intrauterine insemination (IUI)

IUI is a treatment that puts sperm directly into the uterus. It can be performed during the menstrual cycle around ovulation or with fertility drugs in a medicated cycle. Read our article Intrauterine insemination for more information.

In vitro fertilisation (IVF)

IVF is a treatment where eggs are removed from the ovaries and fertilised with sperm outside the body. The fertilised egg, an embryo, is transferred to the uterus a few days later in order to create a pregnancy. Read our article In vitro fertilisation for more information. 

When to see a doctor 

When you start trying to conceive, it’s natural to want to get pregnant as soon as possible, and it can be worrying if things aren’t happening as quickly as you’d like. Whether you’ve used the Béa Treatment Kit or have been trying to conceive with intercourse, the recommendations for when to see a doctor are the same. For more information, read When should I see a doctor about any fertility concerns?