Pre-Seed Intimate Moisturizer: Pre-Seed is the first and only intimate moisturizer (or lubricant) designed to help facilitate conception. Where other lubricants act as a barrier to conception, Pre-Seed is formulated to allow sperm to best reach their goal…
One of the top selling fertility-enhancing products since its launch over a year ago, Pre-Seed is in the news again and gaining even more popularity – as well as accolades from the ttc community and healthcare professionals. So what makes Pre-Seed such a hot preconception item?
The Pre-Seed Difference
Pre~Seed is an innovation – it’s the first and only “Sperm-Friendly” moisturizer – designed to replenish your natural moisture while providing an optimal environment for sperm, hence facilitating conception. They key to Pre~Seed’s success? Pre-Seed’s unique formula mimics natural body secretions to relieve vaginal dryness – with the same pH as semen. Pre~Seed also protects cell function, supporting both conception and pleasurable intercourse.
So what’s the Pre-Seed difference? What makes Pre-Seed unique is that other lubricants like KY or Replens act as a barrier to conception. See the diagram below. Pre-Seed lubricates and moisturizes – and at the same time provides a healthy environment for sperm to move, survive, and make their way to the ovum. Traditional lubricants may lubricate, but in doing so they set up an obstacle course to bog down sperm and hinder (or at least decrease the chance of) conception.
The Problem of Dryness and The Pre-Seed Solution
The Problem of Dryness! “Intercourse on demand” prior to ovulation can lead to anxiety, frustration, and increased vaginal dryness. In fact, 75% of ttc couples report an increased frequency of vaginal dryness. In relieving this common problem, couples do not want to create another problem: the “sperm blockade” caused by other lubricants. Indeed, personal lubricants and even saliva can harm sperm. Research conducted on personal lubricants over the past three decades has clearly demonstrated their detrimental effects on sperm.
The Solution: Pre-Seed lubricant is the first “sperm-friendly” intimate moisturizer that mimics natural body secretions for an optimal sperm environment. Safe, effective, and designed to support both conception and trying-to-conceive pleasure! It’s a one of kind solution to an age-old trying-to-conceive dilemma… Click to buy Pre-Seed.
A Note from Dr. Ellington – The Pre-Seed Creator!
The Dynamics of Pre-Seed: “After ejaculation, sperm have to be able to swim through the cervix to reach the Fallopian Tube where fertilization of the egg occurs. However, the interactions of sperm and cervical mucus that allow this migration are often disrupted in fertility patients. It is thought that at least a third (if not more) of subfertile couples have some disruption of sperm-cervical mucus interactions that limit sperm transport to the tubes.
The importance of normal CM in natural reproduction is widely recognized. For most of a woman’s cycle the CM is a thick gel and hostile to sperm, with a low pH and a structure that stops sperm transport by the presence of closely spaced microfibers. During ovulation, however, the CM becomes more alkaline (higher pH), and the fibers align in parallel with an expanded distance between them. This allows the sperm to swim through the mucus. Normally, the volume of daily CM also increases 5 fold at ovulation. CM is a hydrogel of 90% water, and its primary function appears to be bathing sperm in a fluid medium to protect them during transport . The presence of sugar-proteins in the gel that hold the water is controlled by hormone changes at ovulation (especially the presence of estrogen). These sugars increase the mucus gel’s capacity to hold water, expand fiber spacing, & allow sperm migration. Taken together, these changes permit sperm to rapidly swim through the cervix and proceed to the Fallopian tube for fertilization.
In women with poor sperm-CM interaction there is a reduction in CM fiber spacing making sperm migration difficult, a primary cause of which in many women may be inadequate water in the gel. This may be caused by advancing age (with low grade hormonal disruptions); and following the use fertility medication such as clomiphene citrate (CC or clomid). CC is a widely prescribed fertility drug. In fact, it has become increasingly used as a first line therapy for couples with fertility issues. With easy internet access, many women are also taking CC without doctor oversight. Estimates are that 40% of couples with fertility problems utilize CC at some point for the woman. Although it’s wide spread use has helped many couples conceive, it does cause significant problems with vaginal dryness and CM production and function. Specifically, numerous studies have shown that CC causes decreases in: volumes of CM; quality of CM (“egg-white like appearance”); and sperm penetration into CM. In fact, women on CC are seven times more likely to have “hostile” CM that is difficult for sperm to penetrate than are women not on the medication.
Women on clomid also have an increased prevalence of vaginal dryness, which can cause pain at intercourse and decrease enjoyment for the man (which can decrease sperm counts). Many women on CC (which is already making them prone to poor sperm-cervical mucus penetration) are therefore also using lubricants that can harm sperm such as KY, Astroglide and Replens. These women may be creating a vaginal environment that limits sperm transport. Pre~Seed “sperm-friendly” Intimate Moisturizer can replenish vaginal moisture without harming sperm. A clinical trial is also planned to evaluate the effect of Pre~Seed on sperm and cervical mucus interactions, especially for women on Clomid.”
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