Any couple planning a pregnancy who use a lubricant during intercourse should use FertilSafe Plus. FertilSafe Plus will not harm sperm and has been expertly formulated to mimic natural lubrication fluids through which sperm travel to fertilise an egg.
WHAT IS FertilSafe PLUS™?
HOW DOES FertilSafe PLUS™ WORK?
FertilSafe PLUS™ has been expertly formulated to mimic natural lubrication fluids through which sperm travel to fertilise an egg, helping to increase comfort during intercourse when trying to conceive.
FertilSafe PLUS™ has been clinically tested by a leading UK Andrology clinic within the NHS, to show it does not harm or form a barrier to sperm as some standard lubricants do and meets stringent pH and consistency tests to protect natural sperm safety, motility and viability.
FertilSafe PLUS™ has been created by Babystart Ltd, one of the world’s leading providers of fertility In Vitro Diagnostic (IVD) products and fertility supplements. Our expert scientists have developed FertilSafe PLUS™ for all couples trying to conceive.
To give you full confidence in using our product, FertilSafe PLUS™ is Paraben and Glycol free
WHY YOU SHOULD USE FertilSafe PLUS
By ensuring the ideal pH and consistency for natural conception, FertilSafe PLUS™ protects sperm safety, motility and viability and therefore makes it safer to use than normal lubricants when trying to conceive.
FertilSafe PLUS™ can be applied prior to, or during, intercourse and is suitable for daily use. Apply by squeezing the desired amount onto your finger and applying to the female and/or male genital area. Please read the full usage instructions enclosed before use.
Important: Do not store the lubrication gel in the reusable applicator for more than 30 minutes prior to use. Store at room temperature (4-30ºC).
Caution: If you experience irritation, discontinue use immediately and consult a doctor if this persists.
Warning: FertilSafe PLUS™ is not a contraceptive. It does not harm sperm or impair sperm function. Do not use if you have an active vaginal infection. If you have had recent vaginal surgery, please consult your healthcare provider before use.
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