Conceive Plus Fertility Lubricant
Trying to conceive is not always the simple process that we dream it will be. When our romantic interludes with our partner don’t result in a positive home pregnancy test two weeks later, it’s easy to get discouraged.
With all of the information that is freely available in books and online, many couples are already practicing fertility awareness and understand the small window of fertility that they have each month. This small window of opportunity passes quickly, so it is important to make the most of it when it comes around each cycle.
Sometimes the lack of spontaneity involved in trying to conceive can hinder the conception process. Nature has provided certain processes that help conception along. They operate beautifully in a perfect world. Sometimes, though, we need a little help from other sources to achieve the positive results we want.
The Science of Conceive Plus Fertility Lubricant
While many couples have used a personal lubricant to facilitate the conception process, many don’t know that personal lubricants can have a negative effect on sperm viability and mobility. The World Health Organization (WHO) says that sperm needs a pH of 7.0-8.5 and an isotonic solution in order to promote viability and mobility. In addition, it needs an osmolarity of range of 290–423 mOsmol/L in order to survive and reach its target.
While fertile cervical mucus provides the perfect environment for sperm, it is not always present in the right amounts when needed — especially once trying to conceive has become a routine and/or disappointing process.
This is where Conceive Plus Fertility Lubricant can help. It provides safe pH and osmolarity levels for sperm. In addition, it contains calcium and magnesium ions, which are important for providing electrolytes to sperm.
Conceive Plus has been clinically proven to promote sperm viability and motility and increasing the chances of conception by creating a prime environment for it to occur.
Conceive Plus Fertility Lubricant is for all TTC Couples
Even if you haven’t entered the ‘trouble’ window of 6-12 months of trying to conceive without any success, you can still use Conceive Plus. It’s FDA-approved and available over the counter. Since Conceive Plus doesn’t have any negative side effects and is safe to use with latex prophylactics, you can use it to facilitate comfort even when you take a break from trying to conceive.
If you are just starting your TTC journey, check out the reviews of Conceive Plus from other moms who used the product successfully at the Conceive Plus blog.
If you have just started trying or have been trying for a while, Conceive Plus® fertility lubricant can help increase your chances of getting pregnant naturally! Now available from selected online retailers from just $14.99.
SASMAR Conceive Plus® sponsored this blog post. The opinions and text are all mine.