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Inhealth BlogFertility Aids & Fertility Lubricants

A woman’s body can be a hostile environment for sperm, the vagina is an acidic environment which gradually decreases in acidity the closer it gets to the cervix. Typically three quarters of each menstrual cycle the cervical mucus produced is not fluid, presenting difficulties for sperm to successfully reach the egg for fertilisation. As ovulation is experienced a woman’s body becomes less acidic and produces a slippery fluid, aka egg white cervical mucus, which is the body’s natural way of promoting conception. Most lubricants on the market are proven to decrease sperm motility by altering the body’s natural balance of pH and may contain chemicals such as glycols and petroleum derivatives. However sperm friendly lubricants as stocked by create both a less acidic and more fluid environment, eliminating vaginal dryness and protecting the integrity of the sperm on it’s journey to fertilisation.

What’s The Difference Between Normal Lubricant & Sperm Friendly Lubricant?

Regular lubricants have been medically researched for their effect on the motility of sperm and recent studies suggest that normal lubricants inhibit sperm movement, may cause DNA damage and even permanently damage the integrity of the sperm. The use of common lubricants may not keep you from falling pregnant, but they may lower your chances of success. So that’s where sperm friendly lubricants such as the world reknowned Preseed Sperm Friendly Lubricant, Samsar Conceive Plus Fertility Lubricants and Balance Activ Conceive Fertility Gel can play a helping hand in your journey to parenthood. Fertility aids such as Babystart Fertilmate Scrotum Cooling, Fertilcheck Male & Female Fertility test all work to ensure the optimal testicular environment for the integrity and passage of sperm.

Who Would Benefit From Using a Sperm Friendly Lubricant?

A sperm friendly lubricant is advised for those who do not experience a change in cervical mucus, those with partners with a low sperm count, and for those couples wanting to increase their chances of conceiving naturally.