Trying To Get Pregnant With FertilAid
My spouse and I are both 29 years old and for the past 2 to 3 years haven't been using any kind of contraception, but we never notice that we weren't getting pregnant until this year I have been to different doctors and all of them have been telling me different stories and lately they told my husband that he has low sperm count so now we do not know what to believe.
I just want to try anything for example I want to try the FertilAid vitamins, are they really good? I want the help of a really good doctor but I haven't found one.Answer:
I totally understand how confusing this all fertility thing can be, but the good news is that you can begin today to take charge of your own fertility. Begin to listen to your body and become in tune with your fertility signs. When have the necessary tools you can succeed.Chart Your Cycle
If you haven't done so yet, please download my FREE Guide
to Fertility Charting & Natural Conception to learn how to keep track of your monthly fertile time.
After charting for 1 or 2 months you will begin to see your unique fertility pattern. This will help you know exactly when to make love in order to maximize your chances of conceiving a baby. Clean Up Your Life
The second step is to clean up your life style and your diet if you need to. This is very important.
Make sure to follow the Fertility Diet
and avoid chemicals in your environment.
Try to use natural house cleaning products and natural personal care products like shampoos, creams and cosmetics that do not contain parabens, phthalates, p-phenylenediamine hair dyes, DEA, PEG, Siloxanes, Sodium laureth sulfate, tricosan, BHA and BHT.
These can disrupt hormonal balance and cause birth defects.
Also, minimize exposure to computers, cell phones, plasma TVs etc.Fertility Vitamins
Taking fertility vitamins like FertilAid is a very effective way to boost your fertility and support your attempt to get pregnant. I do like them and many couples have had incredible success very fast by using them.
These vitamins are especially useful for women with irregular cycles, for women who trying to conceive later in life, for those who have PCOS
, and for those who have unexplained infertility due to lack of important key nutrients.
FertilAid vitamins have been formulated by Dr. Amos Grunebaum, MD who is an internationally recognized fertility expert and a New York obstetrician & gynecologist and a specialist in maternal-fetal medicine. His approach to prevention is based on healthy life style, nutrition and of course supplementation. FertilAid products
for women contain herbal remedies, mineral and vitamins to enhance fertility. These ingredients work together to provide a synchronistic action that supports health ovulatory cycles.
A product that I find very useful for all women who are trying to conceive is FertileCM
. Not everybody knows that without healthy cervical mucus at ovulation, your changes of conceiving decrease dramatically. Having fertile mucus each month is key to achieving conception. Known this little tip can save couples months while trying to conceive.
Dr. Grunebaum, has also formulated FertiliTea
, which is the only herbal tea that offers a complete spectrum of fertility-enhancing herbs like vitex and red raspberry leaf. This offers a complete blend of organic herbs that are both safe and effective when trying to conceive.
vitamins for men are also highly recommend for those who have low sperm count and poor sperm motility.
A study on the study of FertilAid for men was conducted at the Centre for Reproductive Biology, Washington State University and published in the Journal Of Andrology (2009). The article by the title "Prospective Study Of FertilAid Vitamin In Men
With Low Sperm Quality" showed that "significant improvements were found for men taking FertilAid for Men with regards to the total number of normal-motile sperm in the ejaculate."
If low count is the problem, FertilAid for men should be taking in conjunction with CountBoost
to stimulate sperm count.
I hope this helps you better understand these products and how they can help increase fertility.
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