Help Conception Efforts with Healthy Cervical Mucus
FertileCM for Women is a
balanced dietary supplement to promote the healthy production of fertile cervical
mucus – the bodily fluid central to fertility and conception. The ingredients
in FertileCM have also been shown to support female arousal and sexual sensitivity
and strengthen the uterine lining, both of which can increase chances for successful
• Naturally and safely supports the production of cervical mucus during a woman's fertile time.
• Increases female
sexual arousal and stimulation.
• Supports hydration
and liquidity of cervical fluids.
• Facilitates mucus
alkalinity and a healthy vaginal environment.
• Enhances endometrial
secretions that strengthen the uterine lining and support
healthy implantation of the embryo.
Based on Nobel Prize-winning research and ObGyn-approved.
May be taken safely together with FertilAid for Women.
Cervical mucus is central
to conceiving, helping to nourish and protect sperm and facilitate sperm transport.
In order for conception to take place, sperm must swim through the cervix and
uterus and ultimately to the fallopian tube where fertilization occurs. The
ingredients in FertileCM promote the production of healthy, fertile-quality
cervical secretions by hydrating and thinning the cervical mucus and ensuring
a proper pH balance for a vaginal environment conducive to conception.
Implantation (the attachment
of the embryo to the uterine lining or endometrium) takes place about 7-10 days
after ovulation and signals the first moment of pregnancy. Successful implantation
requires a healthy endometrial lining. By increasing vascular blood flow to
the uterus, FertileCM has been shown increase endometrial secretions and help
strengthen the uterine lining for implantation of a fertilized egg.
Further studies suggest that FertileCM, by providing a key precursor –
L-Arginine – for nitric oxide production, may increase vascular dilation,
blood flow, and muscular relaxation around the vagina, thereby enhancing libido
and improving sensation to sexual stimulation. According to Dr. Amos Grunebaum,
ObGyn, adequate sexual arousal can improve the chances for conception; sexual
dysfunction can delay pregnancy.