FertilAid for Women and Men is a fertility-enhancing supplement designed specifically for trying-to-conceive couples. Formulated on the basis of established scientific literature, FertilAid combines fertility-enhancing nutrients with a "Just Right" formula of essential vitamins, minerals, and key antioxidants to promote hormonal balance, improve reproductive health, and increase your chances of conceiving.

FertilAid is:

  • Scientifically validated
  • Women's Formula: Effective at promoting regular ovulation
  • Comprised of all-natural ingredients
  • Men's Formula: clinically proven - shown to improve a man’s total number of motile sperm and effective at improving male fertility
  • An “all-in-one” complete formula that serves as both multivitamin and herbal fertility supplement

* Doctor-designed by leading fertility expert Amos Grunebaum MD, Ob/Gyn
“FertilAid is designed to enhance fertility and support overall reproductive health." - Amos Grunebaum, MD, Ob/Gyn.

Clinical Studies

FOR WOMEN:

  • Wilson et al 2007 Journal of obstetrics and gynaecology Canada :;2007 Dec;29(12):1003-26. Pre-conceptional vitamin/folic acid supplementation 2007: the use of folic acid in combination with a multivitamin supplement for the prevention of neural tube defects and other congenital anomalies.  
  • Brown DJ. 1995. Vitex agnus castus. Clinical Monograph. Townsend Letters for Doctors and Patients, October.
  • Propping D, et al. 1988. Diagnosis and therapy of corpus luteum insufficiency in general practice. Therapiewoche 38:2992-3001.
  • Caan B, et al. 1998. Differences in fertility associated with caffeinated beverage consumption. Am J Public Health 88(2):270-4.
  • Bayer R. 1960. Treatment of infertility with vitamin E. Int J Fertil 5:70-8.
  • Rushton DH, et al. 1991. Ferritin and fertility. Lancet 337:1554.
  • McCloud D. 1996. Female infertility: a holistic approach. Aust J Med Herbalism 8(3):68-77.
  • Czeizel AE. 1998. Periconceptual folic acid containing multivitamin supplementation. Eur J Obstet Gynecol Reprod Biol 78(2):151-61.

For Men: 

  • Wang 2010:  Zhonghua Nan Ke Xue. 2010 May;16(5):420-2. L-carnitine: safe and effective for asthenozoospermia.
  • Costa M, et al. 1994. L-carnitine in ideopathic asthenospermia: a multicenter study. Andrologia 26:155-9.
  • Zheng R-L and Zhang H. 1997. Effects of ferulic acid on fertile and asthenozoospermic infertile human sperm motility, viability, lipid peroxidation, and cyclic nucleotides. Free Rad Biol & Med 22(4):581-6.
  • Kessopoulou E, et al. 1995. A double-blind randomized placebo cross-over controlled trial using the antioxidant vitamin E to treat reactive oxygen species associated with male infertility. Fertil & Steril 64(4):825-31.
  • Geva E, et al. 1996. The effect of antioxidant treatment on human spermatazoa and fertilization rate in an in vitro fertilization program. Fertil & Steril 66(3):430-4.
  • Dawson EB, et al. 1992. Effect of ascorbic acid supplementation on the sperm quality of smokers. Fertil & Steril 58(5):1034-9.
  • Scott R, et al. 1998. The effect of oral selenium supplementation on human sperm motility. Br J Urol 82:76-80.
  • Moriyama H, et al. 1987. Studies on the usefulness of a long-term, high-dose treatment of methylcobalamin in patients with oligozoospermia. Hin Kiyo 33(1):151-6.
  • Takihara H, et al. 1987. Zinc sulphate therapy for infertile male with or without varicocelectomy. Urol 29(6):638-41.
  • Czeizel AE. 1998. Periconceptual folic acid containing multivitamin supplementation. Eur J Obstet Gynecol Reprod Biol 78(2):151-61.

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