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Fertonisa Fertility Nutritional Supplement for Women

Fertonisa Fertility Nutritional Supplement for Women

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Fertonisa - Nutritional Supplement for Female Fertility 5g x 30 sachets

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  • Fertility Nutritional Supplement for Women
  • Fertonisa Fertility Nutritional Supplement for Women
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    Good nutrition and healthful lifestyle can have positive impact on fertility and child bearing.

    Vitamins and minerals play a crucial role in fertility of women.

    L-ARGININE:

    Improves circulation to reproductive organs. Enhanced Oocyte development & Implantation of embryo.

    L-Arginine promotes the synthesis of Nitric Oxide (NO). Nitric Oxide is naturally produced by the body and is important for blood dilation, increases blood flow to the uterus, ovaries and genitals. 

    Supplementation with16g/day shows improved fertility in women with failed attempts at in-vitro fertilization.

    GINGKO BILOBA:

    Gingko improves blood circulation and increases peripheral blood flow to the reproductive organs, maintaining healthy blood vessel tone.

    Acts as an antioxidant.

    GREEN TEA EXTRACT:

    Potent anti-oxidant

    Reduces oxidative stress to ova and reproductive organs.

    Improve the quality of female gametes largely due to the ability of catechin polyphenols to quench ROS.

    Epigallocatechin-3-gallate (EGCG) is considered the most promising bioactive compoundin green tea due to its strong antioxidant activity.

    VITAMIN-E:

    Vitamin-E was first discovered by Evansand Bishop in 1922, and it was initially denoted as an “anti-sterility factor X” that was necessary for reproduction.

    Improves endometrial response in women with unexplained infertility through the antioxidant and anticoagulant effects.

    Vitamin-E may also modulate the antiestrogenic effect of clomiphene citrate.

    Moreover, the issue of thin endometrium in patients may also be improved by Vitamin-E

    VITAMIN-C

    Acts as a reducing agent to protect cells against the adverse effects of OS

    One randomized controlled clinical trial on patients with luteal phase defects reported that pregnancy rates were higher in the group supplemented with vitamin-C (750mg/day) than in the control group (no treatment).

    Another double-blinded, placebo-controlled pilot study on the effect of supplementation containing Vitamin-E, iron, zinc, selenium and L-arginine resulted in an increase in ovulation and pregnancy rates.

    VITAMIN-B6 (PYRIDOXIN):

    B6 helps improve conception rates

    Poor Vitamin-B6 status appears to decrease the probability of conception and to contribute to the risk of early pregnancy loss.

    High Vitamin-B6 lowers chance of miscarriage by 50%, improves fertility by 120%.

    Also lowers insulin resistance.

    FOLATE:

    Folate metabolism affects ovarian function, implantation, embryo genesis and the entire process of pregnancy.

    Reduces the incidence of neural tube defects.

    Associations have been found between reduced folic acid levels and increased homocysteine concentrations on the one hand, and recurrent spontaneous abortions and other complications of pregnancy on the other.

    VITAMIN-B12:

    Vitamin-B12 deficiency may be involved in early recurrent miscarriage.

    Vitamin-B12 levels are 34% lower in women with recurrent miscarriage.

    The Vitamin-B12 level associated with hyperhomocysteinemia was lower in pregnant subjects indicating that pregnant women
    require Vitamin-B12 supplementation.

    High homocysteine increases risk of miscarriage, still birth and birth defects like downs syndrome.

    IRON:

    Iron deficiency is the most common micro nutrient deficiency during pregnancy, and maternal anemia has been associated with poor pregnancy outcomes.

    Iron status of thei nfant at birth reflects the preconception status of the mother, regardless of diet.

    ZINC:

    Zinc deficiency restricts fetal growth and causes birth defects.

    Important for maturity of the ova and making it ready for fertilization.

    Low maternal serum Zn levels have been associated with pregnancy-induced hypertension, abnormal parturition, and congenital anomalies.

    Prenatal zinc supplementation improves neuro behavioural development and immune function.

    SELENIUM:

    Low selenium associated with repeat miscarriage.

    100% of previously infertile women gave birth after selenium and magnesium supplementation.

    Anti oxidant activity of selenium is via its incorporation into the glutathione peroxidase enzymes, levels of which have been shown to be reduced in miscarriage and preeclampsia.

    RECOMMENDED DOSAGE:

    Recommended for women in pre-conception period.

    Once daily for 2-4 weeks or as per Physician / Gynecologists Advice.

    DIRECTIONS FOR USE:

    Empty the content of sachet in a glass of juice / water.

    Stir well and consume immediately.

     

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