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Does FertilAid for women impact implantation?

by Sisi
(Alberta, Canada)

Hello, I am taking FertilAid now. I am wondering if I should take if after Ovulation. Will it impact implantation?


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FertilAid for Women and Implantation
by: Maria Gioia Atzori

Hi Sisi, FertilAid is safe to take after ovulation as it does assist implantation and supports early pregnancy. If you read the ingredients you will have the following:

Chasteberry or Vitex
This herb supports the corpus luteum during the second half of the cycle and it is safe when taken during the first three months of pregnancy. In fact, herbalist recommend Vitex to women who suffer from luteal phase defect and have a history of miscarriage. It is used as fertily herb because it has been shown to stimulate the hormones involved in ovulation and restore female hormonal balance. Vitex supports the function of the pituitary gland aiding in balancing progesterone and estrogen levels.

Red Clover (trifolium pretense)
This herb is usually included in fertility supplements for its high calcium and magnesium content, which can relax the nervous system and improve fertility.

Siberian Ginseng
This Chinese herb can tone uterine muscles, support healthy uterine function, and implantation.

Ginkgo Biloba
It is used to improves blood circulation and increases peripheral blood flow to the reproductive organs, maintaining healthy blood vessel tone. Gingko also performs a cleansing antioxidant function.

PABA is a B Complex vitamin
PABA supports ovulation and increases the ability of some infertile women to become pregnant.

Antioxidant Vitamins and minerals
Vitamins C and E, and the other minerals are important in increasing fertility by repairing damage caused by the environment, aging, and in preventing cellular damage due to oxidizing free radicals. They are also included in pre-natal vitamins and minerals and those safe after ovulation.

Folic Acid
This is vitamin B9 or Folate, very important pre-natal vitamin that when taken prior to conception can prevent birth defects like spina bifida and neural tube defects as well as other fetal malformations like cardiac defects.

If you become pregnant while on FertilAid, you should switch to PregnancyPlus prenatal vitamins and Fertility Tea, which are specifically designed for pregnancy.

Have a happy day!

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