Trying to conceive
Getting pregnant doesn’t always happen as easily as we are led to believe – up to one in six couples encounters problems having a baby. After pregnancy, infertility is the most common reason for women aged 20-45 to see their GP. In 40% of cases, it’s the woman who is affected, and in another 40% it’s down to the man. With the remaining 20% it is a joint problem.
Surveys suggest that as many as 50% of couples who are trying to conceive lead a lifestyle which does not leave them in the best condition for conception to happen.
The chance of pregnancy can be improved by optimising nutritional support and subsequently sperm production.
Androferti is a male fertility supplement with clinical data showing an improvement in sperm concentration, motility and morphology within 6 months of regular intake.
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