FertileCheck® Fertility Gel FOR USE WHEN TRYING TO CONCEIVE! Another Great Valentine’s Gift Idea! From BOOTS !

FertileCheck® Fertility Gel FOR USE WHEN TRYING TO CONCEIVE Another Great Valentine’s Gift Idea! @ BOOTS ! FertileCheck Fertility Gel is currently available at:   Many couples fail to conceive […]

FertileCheck® Fertility Gel FOR USE WHEN TRYING TO CONCEIVE

Another Great Valentine’s Gift Idea! @ BOOTS !

FertileCheck Fertility Gel is currently available at:

 

Many couples fail to conceive when they unwittingly use lubricants that are counterproductive to sperm viability and motility. Out of 200 million sperm released in ejaculation, only 200 will make it to the egg! It is essential that optimum conditions be created to prolong sperm life and provide every opportunity for fertilization when a woman is most likely to conceive. FertileCheck Fertility Gel with hyaluronic acid is an advanced lubricant that helps create a sperm-friendly environment in the vagina by optimizing pH levels naturally to improve the chances of conception.
The Science
• Hyaluronic acid (HA) is an important lubricant our bodies produce, which is continually secreted and then sent throughout the bloodstream
• The vagina is a very hostile environment for sperm, and the presence of semen initially triggers an immune reaction. Once pH levels naturally adjust to the semen, HA has an important, positive influence on the viability and motility of sperm to help them fertilize the egg
• Using a fertility gel with an all-natural HA-rich formula enhances and preserves the reproductive environment for a couple trying to conceive. Ingredients in other lubricants can actually create a barrier for sperm
• Ingredients: Aqua, Sodium Chloride, Sodium Hyaluronate, Disodium Phosphate, Methylparaben, Citric Acid. FertileCheck does not contain hormones
• Biocompatibility-tested following EN ISO 10993
• Medical device class IIa / production following EN ISO 9001:2000 and EN ISO 13485:2003
How FertileCheck Compares to Other Gels
The Sperm Motility Index (SMI) is used to measure the performance of all fertility gels, calculated by dividing the percent of progressively motile sperm in a test solution by that in the control solution. Any gels with a value less or equal to 0.75 are predictive of poor-assisted reproduction outcomes and indicate sperm toxicity. Results of clinical trials* show:
• FertileCheck outperformed all other fertility gels currently available in the UK, with a SMI value of 0.99
• FertileCheck is 87% more effective than the previous fertility gel available in major UK retail stores (Replens), which had a SMI value of 0.12
• FertileCheck was directly tested in a 24-hour sperm-survival assay against Zestica, which only had a SMI value of 0.65