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What you should know
when you want a baby

A collection of useful information for the moment
when you decide you want a baby


ProFecund: a natural solution to fertility problems


The greatest part of infertility in female cases is caused by ovulation problems. Without ovulation, there is no ovule to be fecundated. Infertility signs include the absence or the lack of regularity of menstrual cycle. Ovulation problems are often caused by polycystic ovary syndrome (PCOS), a hormonal balance issue. This is the most frequent cause for female infertility.

ProFecund: how it works

The cure with ProFecund will provide positive results in following cases of woman's infertility:

  • The one caused by menstrual cycle disorders and by irregular ovulation;
  • The one caused by irregular menstrual cycle.

ProFecund stimulates female fertility and sustains proper development of pregnancy by triple action:

  • ProFecund regulates the menstrual cycle, thus regulating ovulation, having as consequence an increase of probability of conceiving;
  • It boosts the libido and enhances couple‚Äôs sexual dynamics;
  • It provides the right amount of folate for first pregnancy quarter, decreasing the risk of neural tube deffects in fetus.

How to use ProFecund

The recommended dosage is 1 tablet per day, for at least 3 months (or according to doctor or pharmacist recommendation). Treatment can start in any day of month, regardless of whether you are menstruating or not. If you forget to take the tablet one day, resume the treatment the following day, but the dose should not be doubled.

ProFecund is also used during menstruation. There is no need to take any breaks from using ProFecund. You can combine this treatment with other fertility treatments prescribed by specialist doctors.

ProFecund does not interact with antibiotic treatments. In such cases, you may continue to use ProFecund. It is not recommended to take it on an empty stomach.

ProFecund should not be used in persons suffering from Parkinson's disease, hyperthyroidism or hormone-dependent tumours, or by persons using antipsychotics or combined oral contraceptives.