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Fertivor FAQs

What is Fertivor?

Fertivor (Female Fertility) is a nutritional fertility supplement integrating several key ingredients that safely and naturally promote the production of cervical fluids, supports the ”thinning” of the mucus, increases hydration of the mucin, promotes a healthy uterine lining and promotes mucus alkalinity.

Studies have shown that the ingredients contained in Fertivor can assist in:

  • Naturally supporting ovulation
  • Naturally and safely supporting the production of cervical mucus.
  • Increasing hydration of the mucin (liquidity of the mucus)
  • Promoting mucus alkalinity and mucosal thinning.
  • Supporting a healthy uterine lining for implantation of the embryo.
  • Increasing female fertility and stimulation.
  • Treatment of PCOS (Polycystic Ovary Syndrome)
  • Clomiphene citrate (clomid) ovulation induction treatment.

Can I take other Fertility medication such as Clomid with Fertivor?

Fertivor can be taken with estrogen suppressing medication containing clomiphene. Studies have shown that the ingredients contained in Fertivor can assist in promoting a healthy uterine lining. Clomiphene has shown to cause thinning in the female uterine lining and to create a hostile environment for sperm.

Numerous studies have shown that Clomid can cause a decreases cervical mucus volume and quality. This means that:

  • Women taking Clomid are much more likely to have ”hostile” cervical mucus – which provide a barrier to sperm transport and may not provide the protective shield that fertile cervical mucus provides.
  • Women on Clomid have increased vaginal dryness – again, subverting fertility and causing discomfort during sex.

Does Fertivor assist in the treatment of Polycystic Ovary Syndrome (PCOS)?

At this stage there is no cure for PCOS, but studies have shown that there are certain key supplements that can assist in the treatment of PCOS.

Fertivor contains N-ACETYL-CYSTEINE (NAC).

Recent studies have shown that a combination of clomiphene and NAC considerably increased both ovulation and pregnancy rates in women with clomiphene resistant PCOS. NAC has multiple biological effects, two of which are potentially and directly related to pregnancy rate improvement. NAC has mucolytic action; thus, it can revoke the negative effect of clomiphene on cervical mucus. Simultaneously, it has insulin sensitizing effect that could assist in issues related to PCOS.

Can Fertivor help me with Ovulation?

Fertivor contains N-ACETYL-CYSTEINE (NAC), a supplement which studies have shown can drastically improve ovulation rates.

One study found that those who took a NAC supplement along with clomiphene citrate (Clomid) during their cycle saw 52% improvement in ovulation. This is compared to a previous cycle when the women took clomiphene citrate in isolation, commonly referred to as Clomid, where ovulations rates improved by a mere 18%.

How many should I take a day and when?

We recommend that you take 1 capsule 3 times a day with a meal.

Do not take a double dose if you have missed a dose.

If you are taking other medication take Fertivor 2 hours before or after you have taken the other medication.

When should I stop taking Fertivor?

You should stop taking Fertivor once pregnancy has been confirmed. Taking Fertivor without being aware will not adversely affect you or your baby.

When should I stop taking Fertivor?

Side effects include known hypersensitivity (allergies) to any of the mentioned ingredients so make sure to check that you are not allergic to any of the ingredients.

Should your general health worsen or if you experience any other effects while taking this medicine, please consult your doctor, pharmacist or other healthcare professional for advice. You may (in exceptional circumstances) experience nausea, diarrhoea, constipation, indigestion, bloating and flatulence while taking Fertivor (Female Fertility).

If you notice any other side effects not mentioned in this leaflet, please inform your doctor or pharmacist.