Clinical Data on Preconception and Fertility Products, Vitamins

17. Is There Clinical Data Supporting Preconception Products?

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Other preconception goods or diagnostic kits – for example, the SpermCheck Fertility test, Pre-Seed lubricant, or the Ovacue Fertility Monitor are supported by clinical research or have received various regulatory approvals. Products like basal thermometers do not require clinical testing, though use of a bbt chart/thermometer via fertility charting has certainly been verified by countless studies over the past several decades. Nearly all reproductive specialists advise fertility charting as a means to become pregnant.Yes, in all cases diagnostic tests for pregnancy or ovulation do require complete clinical support for various approvals and certification marks (e.g., FDA-Approval, CE Marking, ISO standardization, etc). The accuracy of various diagnostic kits have been established in the laboratory under clinical guidelines. Our testing products are over 99% accurate if used properly (as instructed by the manufacturer). This means observing all testing procedures as well as interpretive guidelines.While non-prescription dietary supplements/vitamins do not require FDA-Approval or extensive clinical research, many of our products have been subjected to such research. Most recently, the male fertility supplement, FertilAid for Men, underwent an independent, double-blind, placebo-controlled clinical study with impressive results for improved sperm health and motility. To read more about the FertilAid for Men study, please click here. Other products like Fertility Blend have also been used in research and are based on wide breadth of independent data focusing on a spectrum of individual ingredients. Our selection of preconception/pregnancy supplements and teas reflect top-tier products and brands – formulated by fertility doctors and reproductive experts.

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