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How long should I take FERTINATAL DHEA?

12/16/2018 09:12:41

DHEA is considered a dietary supplement in the US. At a daily dosage of up to 75mg DHEA (recommended to be administered as 25mg three-times daily) it just replenishes the approximate levels produced by the body in younger years. Unless medical contraindications exist, this dosage of DHEA can, therefore, be safely taken for prolonged periods […]

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When in my menstrual cycle should I take FERTINATAL DHEA?

12/15/2018 09:12:14

Supplementation with FERTINATAL® DHEA can be initiated at any time in the menstrual cycle. The reason is that functioning ovaries constantly recruit fresh follicles out of the so-called resting follicle pool, to start a 3-4 months-long journey of maturation. The time periods when good testosterone levels are of crucial importance for maturing follicles are the […]

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What are the potential side effects of FERTINATAL DHEA?

12/13/2018 09:12:12

FERTINATAL® is the only DHEA on the market that exactly reflects the DHEA used in groundbreaking initial studies that demonstrated the fertility-enhancing effects of DHEA in women and resulted in the awarding of multiple U.S. patents. Since DHEA is a so-called “natural” hormone (i.e., our bodies produce this hormone naturally), if given in dosages that […]

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What are the potential fertility benefits of DHEA?

12/11/2018 09:12:42

Since low testosterone levels result in poor ovarian function, raising testosterone levels in women has been shown to enhance female fertility. One way to do it would be by giving women testosterone directly. However, it’s more physiologic with fewer side effects if testosterone levels are raised by giving women its precursor hormone, DHEA. This way, […]

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What is DHEA?

12/10/2018 09:12:19

DHEA, short for dehydroepiandrosterone, is a natural hormone made by all women and men as an intermediate step in a complex process, called steroidogenesis. During steroidogenesis, in a step-by-step manner, cholesterol is converted into the male and female sex hormones, testosterone and estradiol. DHEA is one of the steps between cholesterol and male/female sex hormones […]

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CONFLAM Forte Insert

10/25/2017 05:10:50

DESCRIPTION: CONFLAM-Forte™ is the only, and most comprehensive, inflammation-modulating natural nutritional supplement in the market for women trying to conceive, specifically designed to calm immune systems that have become hyperactive due to inflammation*. It combines the best available natural ingredients. CONFLAM-Forte™ was designed in consultation with the Center for Human Reproduction (CHR, a leading fertility center in New York City, which also endorses the product. Every batch of this product undergoes a rigorous quality assurance process.

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It Starts with the Egg: a new book on improving egg quality

06/11/2014 06:06:44

For those struggling with infertility, diving into the world of available research, studies, and advice can be intimidating. Where do you start? With experts spouting complicated, and at times conflicting, advice, and fellow infertility sufferers sharing advice from their own experiences, it can quickly feel like nothing more than overwhelming noise. But a new book […]

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DHEA: Giving you back your fertility

03/28/2014 08:03:18

DHEA (dehydroepiandrosterone) is a hormone produced by the body’s adrenal glands, which are located just above the kidneys. The female body converts DHEA into androgens (such as testosterone or estrogen). Many women turn to DHEA supplements for a wide range of supposed (and unfortunately unproven) benefits. Because testosterone and estrogen production generally declines with age, many believe […]

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DHEA for Women: Why the Popularity?

03/03/2014 11:03:18

DHEA is a natural mild androgen (male hormone) that is sold in the United States as a nutritional supplement. The annual sale of DHEA reached $55 million in 2009, according to Nutrition Business Journal. Surprisingly, men are not the only consumers of DHEA supplements, even though DHEA is an androgen—but why do women take DHEA? […]