With fears and distress behind the inability to conceive, infertility can be an extremely difficult journey, one with multiple obstacles to achieving a single goal; to have a baby. With consistent advancement in research and knowledge, your baby-making chances are not too far off; a simple yet effective option, that being vitamins.
With fertility being a complex state of affairs, the science behind vitamins is carefully curated in accordance with the body's specific needs. This can be performed in two ways, in the form of Vitamin Infusions or Supplements.
Here at Queens Clinic, with our state-of-the-art technologies, we proudly effectuate Vitamin Infusions and Fertility Supplements (available to purchase here), with a respectable 73% success rate for infertility treatment.
Why should I get a Vitamin Infusion/ Take Supplements? What are the Benefits?
Though it may seem far-fetched, a woman's health is highly dependent on not only her lifestyle but her dietary intake, that being sufficient vitamins and minerals. Here are a few biological functions for which vitamins are essential:
- Thyroid Function
- Energy Production
- Immune Function
- Oocyte Quality and Maturation.
Therefore, in order to create the right environment for a healthy pregnancy, adequate vitamin and mineral intake is critical. The main source of obtaining the correct vitamins is through one's diet. Nonetheless, there are multiple vitamins (Vitamin B12, Vitamin D, Vitamin K, and magnesium to name a few), that cannot be obtained through dietary methods; therefore we result in supplements.
The benefits of Fertility Supplements At Queens Clinic
Fertile One PC600 is a super antioxidant and preconception supplement that contains specific vitamins and minerals to prepare female patients for fertility treatment. This includes:
- Improving egg quality - The difference between a viable and non-viable egg refers to 'egg health and quality.'
- Reducing oxidative stress - Unstable molecules can cause damage to healthy cells including oocytes and sperms. This can be prevented by reducing oxidative stress.
The male Prenatal was developed in response to the recent statistics of male factor-induced infertility being 45%. This powerful blend of ingredients increases the chances of a successful pregnancy, including:
- Improving sperm count - It is vital to maintain an average sperm count of between 20 and 40 million per milliliter.
- Improving sperm motility - Alongside adequate sperm count, sperm must also be mobile (that being the sperm's ability to swim towards the egg in order to fertilise it).
- Improving sperm morphology - The shape of the sperm is extremely important, where a sperm sample is considered normal if at least 4% of the sperm is considered normal.