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H4H Natural Fertility Management (NFM)Fertility Supplements

The latest Harvard Medical School trial which followed 1800 nurses who wanted to get pregnant over an eight year period found that those women who took their multivitamin six times a week were 40% less likely to fail to ovulate than women who took none.

Nutrition plays a big roll in having healthy fertility and experiencing a healthy pregnancy. Nutritional deficiencies have been linked to ovulation issues, hormonal imbalances, poor egg health, low sperm count and so much more. We are literally what we eat. Every cell in our bodies that makes up our organs, crates hormones and enzymes that make us function is created by the food we eat and the nutrients we take in. If this is being compromised due to a poor diet or poor digestion the side effects could affect fertility.

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I have a good diet.
Do I still need supplementation?
By way of answer ask yourself the following

Do you skip one meal or more a day?
Do you have a food allergy or intolerance?
Do you have dark circles under your eyes?
Are you under a lot of stress at home or at work on a regular basis?
Do you eat a lot of processed foods?
Do you eat at least 2 servings of fruits a day?
Do you eat at least 3 servings of vegetables a day?
Do you get sick often?
During your menses do you have dark blood, cramps, or blood clots?
Do you get enough sleep?
Do you eat at least one dark leafy green a day?

While all nutrients are important for health, there are some that have been specifically shown to have a direct impact on fertility. Below is a list of these

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Vitamin E has been shown in studies to improve sperm health and motility in men. Studies have shown a diet deficient in Vitamin E to be a cause of infertility in rats. The meaning of the name for vitamin E Tocopherol literally means to bear young. Vitamin E is also an important antioxidant to help protect sperm and egg DNA integrity.
Vitamin C improves hormone levels and increases fertility in women with luteal phase defect, according to a study published in Fertility and Sterility.In addition it helps to reduce the chance of miscarriage Vitamin C in men has been shown to improve sperm quality, protect sperm from DNA damage and reduce the possibilioty of chromosomal problems Finally Vitamin C appears to keep sperm from clumping together thus making them more motile.

CoQ10 is necessary for every cell in the body having optimum energy to function. It has also been shown in studies to increase sperm motility in semen and is an important antioxidant that helps to protect cells from free radical damage. This may impact egg health as well. In particular a high CoQ10 concentration is necessary to support the creation and supply of bio-energy. Finally a supplemental level is advisable to augment age related reduced body synthesis.

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Folic Acid Perhaps one of the best known vitamins necessary for pregnancy is folic acid. This vitamin helps prevent neural tube defects as well as congenital heart defects, cleft lips, limb defects, and urinary tract anomalies in developing fetuses. Deficiency in folic acid may increase the risk of going into preterm delivery, infant low birth weight and fetal growth retardation. Deficiency may also increase the homocysteine level in the blood, which can lead to
spontaneous abortion and pregnancy complications, such as placental abruption and pre-eclampsia.

Femicell is specifically formulated for women who have specific nutritional requirements which change over the years. Among the reasons for this are the specific psychological and physiological demands and metabolic changes associated with the menstrual cycle, pregnancy and breastfeeding. In later years the transitional phase of the menopause and associated steady fall in oestrogen levels lead to further major changes. These are of course entirely natural processes, not illnesses.Femicell is specifically formulated for the
Reinforcement of metabolic processes specific to women
For the natural reinforcement of hormonal equilibrium

Selenium is an antioxidant that helps to protect the eggs and sperm from free radicals. Free radicals can cause chromosomal damage which is known to be a cause of miscarriages and birth defects. Selenium is also necessary for the creation of sperm. In studies men with low sperm counts have also been found to have low levels of selenium.

Zinc in women works is essential for over 300 different enzymes in the body to keep things working well. Without it cells can not divide properly; oestrogen and progesterone levels can get out of balance and the reproductive system may not be o0mpaired. Low levels of zinc have been directly linked to miscarriage in the early stages of a pregnancy according to The Centers for Disease Controls Assisted Reproductive Technology Report.
In men zinc is considered one of the most important trace minerals to date for male fertility; increasing zinc levels in infertile men has been shown to boost sperm levels;
improve the form, function and quality of male sperm and decrease male infertility.

Tribulus forte is produced from the aerial parts of the Tribulus terrestris planr. The leaves and stem which contain steroidal saponins (mainly furostanol saponins, protodioscin and rotogracillin) small quantities of spirostanol glycosides, sterols and other compounds. This product is standardised to contain 100 mg per tablet of furostanol saponins to ensure optimal strength and quality. Its action is to support the health and function of the reproductive system of men and women.
Balances and supports normal male physiology and function.
Helps maintain general well-being in men and women

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Supplement Details

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Nutrient Level/ capsule/ tablet

Dose/ day

Pack size


Dr Rath Omega/ Vitamin E

Fish oil 1000mg
EPA (Ecosapenaenoic acid)  300mg
DHA (Docosahexaenoic acid) 200mg

Vitamin E 20mg (alpha, beta, gamma, delta,  tocopherol)

1 x 2 caps/day


1 mth


Dr Rath Q10 Complex

Coenzyme Q10 50mg
Vitamin E 6mg

1 x 2 caps/day


1 mth


Dr Rath Zinc/Se

Zinc 25mg
Selenium 50ug
Vitamin 6 8mg                      

1 x 2 tabs/day


1 mth


Dr Rath

Ascorbic acid 150 mg

Calcium ascorbate 150 mg

Magnesium ascorbate 50 mg

Ascorbyle palmitate 67 mg

Citric bioflavonoid 50 mg

1 x 3 tabs/day


1 mth


Dr Rath Femicell

Calcium ascorbate 125mg

Vitamin E 27,8 mg

Vitamin B5 5,0 mg

Vitamin B6 4,0 mg

Folic acid .100,0 mcg

Iodine 50,0 mcg

Selenium 33,4 mcg

Choline 40,0 mg

Inositol 40,0 mg

Phosphatidyl serin  7,5 mg

Daidzein 6,0 mg

Glycitein 4,2 mg

Genistein 8 mg

Saponin 1,56 mg

1 x 2 caps/day


1 mth


Tribulus  forte

Tribulus terrestris (Tribulus) equivalent to 13.5g dry herb (aerial parts) standardized to contain furostanol saponins as protodioscin

1 x 2



1 mth


For further information
in order to make a fully informed choice contact 

Dr. Peter Darashah

Ph.D.,M.Sc (Lond), B.Sc., DIHom (Pract),FBIH, MARH

Nutrition Consultant & Homeopathic Physician

(087) 2621943
Consultations held at:
Dervish Holistic Cebtre, 50 Cornmarket Str., Cork.

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