Male infertility treatment
Fertilace M is the most advanced formula useful for the treatment of zero sperm count, low sperm count, low sperm motility, abnormal sperm shape and sperm agglutination.
Dosage: Take 1 capsule from each container once a day
We are sure that your doctor must have convinced you to go for IVF or similar assisted reproduction techniques which are very costly. But, before you spend your hard earned, just give a try to Fertilace M even if you have zero sperm count.
Fertilace M is a dietary supplement for the treatment of male infertility. It is a food for special medicinal purposes. The ingredients in the unique proprietary blend of Fertilace M have been scientifically demonstrated to enhance male fertility and improve overall reproductive wellness. With its highly concentrated and well balanced combination of carefully chosen ingredients, Fertilace M can contribute in the treatment of male infertility in cases of:
Azoospermia (zero sperm count)
Oligozoospermia (low sperm count)
Asthenozoospermia (low sperm motility)
Teratozoospermia (abnormal sperm morphology)
Low Testosterone levels
Fertilace M contains carefully chosen combination of anti-oxidants, amino acids, provitamins, herbal extracts and trace elements. The role of these ingredients in improving male fertility parameters have been demonstrated by many researchers in various scientific journals of international repute.
The ingredients in the proprietary blend of Fertilace M are mentioned below. Many scientific studies published in various scientific journals of international repute have demonstrated the beneficial effects of these ingredients in the treatment of male infertility. Based on these studies, each ingredient of Fertilace M is carefully chosen in well thought quantity to give maximum benefits in the treatment of male infertility while maintaining a convenient once a day dosing.
It is present in most eukaryotic cells, primarily in the mitochondria and helps in the generation of energy in the form of ATP. It is of utmost importance in providing energy to sperm cells for mobility/motility.
Omega-3- fatty acids (DHA and EPA)
Sperm cells must have very specific membrane characteristics in order to be able to bind to the ovum and produce a living embryo. Much of these characteristics come from sperm’s high levels of omega-3-fatty acids.
Omega-3-fatty acids improve the blood circulation to the genitals which helps in supporting the prostate and other elements needed for reproduction. It also helps in lowering the blood pressure which helps with erectile dysfunction and are also important for the production of sperm.
DHA and EPA has a significant effect on health and viability of sperm. It is also associated with better sperm count, motility and morphology.
Lycopene improves sperm count and increases the number of normal sperm forms. It reduces the impact of AGE’s (advanced glycation endproducts) that are formed over a life time exposure of blood glucose.
Lycopene plays an important role in reducing the concentrations of reactive oxygen species.A rich coating of PUFA (poly unsaturated fatty acids) form the outer layer of sperm cells. Reactive oxygen species damages this outer layer by lipid peroxidation resulting in low sperm motility and abnormal sperm morphology. As a result, sperm’s ability to penetrate ovum is drastically reduced resulting in significant reduction in fertility.
It protects the precious sperm DNA.
Testicles needs arginine to produce spermine – a polyamine responsible to stabilize and preserve human DNA. It ensures motility of sperm cells and plays an important role in cell division. It also regulates the vascular tone to control the rate of blood flow.
Vitamin C improves the quality of seminal plasma by preventing sperm agglutination.
Vitamin C and vitamin E acts synergistically to protect against peroxidative attack on spermatozoa.
It is used to produce L-glutathione, which is the most powerful anti-oxidant as it acts intracellularly. This is particularly beneficial in smokers as N-acetyl cysteine helps in clearing the toxic heavy metals like cadmium that have got accumulated in testicles due to smoking.
Beta carotene protects the spermatozoa against free radicals and supports the spermatogenesis process.
Benfotiamine reduces the concentration of reactive oxygen species. It also prevents leydig cell dysfunction caused due to AGE’s (advanced glycation end products) and helps in sperm maturation process.
Lutein protects the spermatozoa against free radicals and supports the spermatogenesis process.
Selenium is a trace element and it helps to reduce the concentration of reactive oxygen species. Selenium improves sperm count, motility and morphology.
Lycopene improves sperm count and increases the number of normal sperm forms. It reduces the impact of AGE’s (advanced glycation end products) that are formed over a life time exposure of blood glucose.
Lycopene plays an important role in reducing the concentrations of reactive oxygen species. A rich coating of PUFA (poly unsaturated fatty acids) form the outer layer of sperm cells. Reactive oxygen species damages this outer layer by lipid peroxidation resulting in low sperm motility and abnormal sperm morphology. As a result, sperm’s ability to penetrate ovum is drastically reduced resulting in significant reduction in fertility.
Zinc reduces the impact of cadmium toxicity in smokers. Moreover, it is also involved in more than 200 enzymatic processes. Zinc improves sperm density, viability and motility.
Men with fertility problems have been found to lack in vitamin D. it improves general fertility and lifts the mood. It improves the motility and increases the attachment of sperm to the ovum.
Piperine reduces the levels of free radicals. It also lowers the cellular thiol levels.
Folic acid plays an important role in the generation of DNA. It also improves the sperm density and count.
Ashwagandha effectively counters stress, anxiety and depression. This is beneficial as most of the male with erectile dysfunction gets stressed due to fear of ‘poor performance’. It also increases vitality and sex drive.
It is widely used as a tonic and aphrodisiac. It is a tonic for the heart, which is necessary in improving blood circulation.
Kaucha is an aphrodisiac that increases libido and is extremely beneficial in the treatment of erectile dysfunction. It contains L-dopa which helps to increase the testosterone levels. It calms the nerves and relieves the stress.
Shilajit enhances the functions of testes. It improves the levels of Testosterone naturally. It improves the libido and strength of erections.
Shwet musli extract
It is a very potent Ayurvedic aphrodisiac herb that has proven to be extremely beneficial in treating low libido and erectile dysfunction. Shwet musli enhances the working of adrenal gland and increases the production of testosterone within the body. Testosterone is an important hormone that enhances sexual want and efficiency. Increased levels of testosterone improve the blood supply to genitals which results in tougher, powerful and lengthier erections.
Vitamin E, Beta carotene, Lutein, Omega-3- fatty acids, Docosahexaenoic acid, Eicosapentaenoic acid, Lycopene, Vitamin D, Vitamin C, Folic acid, Excipients.
L-arginine, Benfotiamine, Selenium, Lycopene, Coenzyme Q10, N-acetyl cysteine, Zinc, Piperine, Excipients.
Ashwagandha extract, Vidarikand extract, Kaucha extract, Shilajit extract, Shwet musli extract.
How to use Fertilace M?
One pack of Fertilace M contains 30 capsules that will last for one month. Take 1 capsule once a day from each formula with plenty of water, preferably before meals. We recommend taking Fertilace M for a minimum of three months which is the duration of sperm maturation process.
Fertilace M is dietary supplement. However, it is neither a complete food nor a balanced, comprehensive diet.
Fertilace M is a product meant for specific use. Nutrient quantity may differ from local or country wise guidelines.
Not appropriate for individuals allergic to the ingredients of Fertilace M.
Store in a cool and dry place, away from the reach of children.