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Can Fertillaid help me get pregnant at 47?

by Joyce
(Wellington, Florida )

Hello! I have a child from my first marriage and so does my husband. My husband and I have done all the necessary analysis tests. Other than the fact that I am 47, which may delay things sometimes, no issues were found with me. However, we were told that my husband has low sperm count. Can FertilAid help us get pregnant? We dream of having a child together.

We want to make it a reality. If FertilAid will not help, what other natural options soul you suggest? Thank you.


Hi Joyce,

FertilAid products have important fertility boosting ingredients that are meant to support your ovulation and hormonal levels while stimulating healthy sperm and egg production.

If your doctor did not find anything wrong, your chances of conceiving can be certainly increased with FertiAid. FertilAid contains key anti-oxidants, herbs, vitamins and minerals necessary for healthy conception.

Also, make sure to follow a healthy diet and avoid stress.

In order to get pregnant you need healthy eggs and sperm, lots of fertile mucus and timing!
Make sure to chart your cycle and time intercourse according to your most fertile window. If you need extra support to increase your chances of conception each month, use a fertility monitor like Ovacue.

Fertility Blessings!

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by: Anonymous

I have been taking FertilAid for 6 months now, but I have been having leg cramps during sleep which disappear if I take table salt. I thought FertilAid has iodine in it, pls answer, thank you.

FertilAid And Leg Cramps

I am not aware of FertilAid causing leg cramps, but not all women are the same and a magnesium deficiency may be more the cause. It is a good idea to supplement with Magnesium to ease leg cramps at night.

Fertility Blessings!

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