How Conceive Plus Fertility Lubricant Helps
Conceive Plus ® fertility friendly lubricant is Isotonic and pH Balanced. Our Patented formulation, is developed by Doctors specially for couples who are trying to conceive naturally!
Conceive Plus ® helps by removing a barrier to fertility, adding additional moisture to help create an environment where sperm viability and sperm motility are more greatly maintained. The additional lubrication helps to increase the probability of sperm reaching the egg.
With Calcium and Magnesium Ions For Sperm Viability
Conceive Plus ® is the only fertility friendly lubricant in the world that contains Calcium and Magnesium ions. These ions are essential for cell viability in our bodies and essential for the process of fertilization. There are many published studies that show the importance of Calcium and Magnesium, and that these ions help to support the natural functions of the body to increase the chances of getting pregnant naturally.
Conceive Plus Is Different From Other Lubricants
Regular personal lubricants can create a barrier to sperm motility, reducing the ability of sperm to fertilize the egg. Conceive Plus ® preserves motility by mixing with the sperm within a matter of minutes. The gentle formulation of Conceive Plus ® matches fertile cervical liquid and semen to help create a fertility-friendly environment.
Regular lubricants are proven to have negative effects on the fertilization process because they can damage sperm and/or hinder sperm movement. Regular lube should be avoided when you are trying to conceive.
The images below demonstrate the typical lubricant barrier created between sperm and regular personal lubricants after 10 minutes, and how sperm is able to swim through Conceive Plus ® and stay healthy.
Figure 1: This photo shows the typical barrier created by vaginal lubricants, even after 10 minutes. The lubricant causes a barrier to sperm, stopping the conception process.
Figure 2: Conceive Plus® at 1 min – shows no barrier to sperm
Conceive Plus Helps Low Sperm Counts
Using a fertility lubricant won’t increase sperm count but it can help to maintain sperm health. For Men suffering a low sperm count Conceive Plus ® fertility lubricant can provide additional moisture for an easier path for sperm to swim up through the cervix and reach the egg. A low male sperm count does not mean that you cannot have children – just that there are fewer than normal healthy sperm per ejaculation. Having healthy sperm is therefore essential to conception. Magnesium and Calcium are crucial for maintaining the vitality of your body’s cells and are essential for the process of fertilization.
The unique formula of Conceive Plus® helps your path to getting pregnant in different ways including relieving vaginal dryness without harming sperm.
Conceive Plus Is Clinically Tested
Conceive Plus ® fertility lubricant was developed in 2006 and has been clinically tested by independent third party laboratories in the United States and other countries too.
Conceive Plus ® is clinically tested to be compatible with human sperm, oocytes and embryo development to help provide a fertility friendly environment that actually support the process of natural fertilization. Conceive Plus ® is FDA cleared for use by couples who are trying to conceive.
In a comparative study with its competitors, sperm exposed to Conceive Plus ® fertility lubricant displayed improved viability compared with sperm exposed to other lubricants.
A Published Study Show Sperm Safety
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 Medicine1 and has been published in the medical journal Fertility and Sterility, Volume 92, Issue 3.
1Development of a Novel, Physiologically Important Ca2+ and Mg2+ ion Containing Non-Spermicidal Vaginal Lubricant J. Kurtz1,2,3, E. Willmer1,2, B. Nikolic1,3, and V. Gupta1,4 1Aquatrove Biosciences, Inc., Miami FL; 2 Emmanuel College, Boston MA; 3 Massachusetts General Hospital, Harvard Medical School, Boston MA; 4 Miller School of Medicine, University of Miami, Miami FL Fertility and Sterility, Volume 92, Issue 3, Supplement 1, September 2009, Pages S212-S213