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  • <h4 class="dechead">On One Hand: Bettering Reproductive Health Can't be Bad

    FertilAid is available for men and women. When taken by a couple, it increases overall reproductive health by making women menstruate regularly, and increasing sperm count in men. Dr. J.E. Ellington announced in 2009 that the clinical study on FertilAid for men showed marked improvement in sperm count and motility, indicating that the supplement is effective, at least for the male in the couple.

    On the Other: Magical Vitamin C

    The Los Angeles Times reports that while the Vitamin C in FertilAid can improve health due its antioxidant factors, other benefits are unknown due to a lack of proper studies. Cathi Dennehy, an associate professor from the School of Medicine at the University of California at San Francisco, believes that FertilAid can be beneficial in women with luteal phase defect, a condition that mistimes the ovulation cycle.

    Bottom Line

    Being healthy overall can be conducive to getting pregnant. But as of yet, studies have failed to prove the effectiveness of FertilAid for Women. FertilAid for Men, however, does have a relatively positive effect on sperm count, and should be considered for men who have reproductive issues.

    Source:

    Fertilaid for Men Study

    Los Angeles Times - Fertilaid

    Interview with Fertilaid

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