If you have just started trying to get pregnant or have been trying for a while, Conceive Plus® helps reduce the barriers to fertility by providing additional lubrication so sperm have a better chance of reaching the egg.
Recommended by doctors, pharmacists and fertility clinics in more than 60 countries, this is the fertility friendly lubricant cleared by the FDA and a prescription is not required.
Fertility support is an essential part of conception, whether you are just starting out or have been trying for some time. Regular lubricants are proven to have negative effects on the fertilization process and should be avoided when you are trying to conceive.
Conceive Plus® is a FDA cleared fertility friendly personal lubricant that is formulated to be isotonic and meet a pH range compatible with human sperm survival and migration. Intended to enhance the ease and comfort of intimate sexual activity, supplement the body’s natural lubrication and help couples on the path to getting pregnant naturally.
• FDA cleared safe for couples trying to conceive
• Compatible with sperm, oocytes and embryo development
• pH balanced and Isotonic to mimic fertile fluids
• Contains Calcium & Magnesium Ions
• A Published study shows sperm safety
Conceive Plus® is clinically proven to not harm sperm function like other personal lubricants can and to be safe for use by all couples who want to get pregnant naturally.
When you are NOT trying to get pregnant, this product is also compatible with natural rubber latex and polyurethane condoms.
CLINICAL USE: Conceive Plus® can also be used in fertility interventions to facilitate entry of diagnostic and therapeutic devices into the vaginal cavity.
The unique formula of Conceive Plus® can help to increase pleasure and relieve the negative effects of vaginal dryness. Making the "trying to conceive" process even more enjoyable and exciting for you and your partner and help you both on the path to getting pregnant naturally!
The unique formulation of Conceive Plus® has been clinically proven to maintain sperm viability, sperm motility and be safe for embryo development, assisting in providing an environment that may increase the likelihood of pregnancy. The data was presented at the 2009 Annual Meeting of the American Society for Reproductive Medicine6 and has been published in the medical journal Fertility and Sterility, volume 92, issue 2.