What Makes Pre-Seed UniquePre-Seed was developed specifically to match a woman’s fertile fluids and to provide safe lubrication for use when trying to conceive a baby.
- Clinically shown to be a fertility-friendly lubricant
- Allows sperm to move freely
- Isotonic and pH balanced to mimic fertile fluids
- Developed by doctors
- Used in fertility clinics
Why Use a Lubricant to Conceive?
When couples are trying to conceive, sex is typically planned around ovulation. Sometimes it helps to have a lubricant to make intercourse more comfortable and enjoyable. When using Pre-Seed Fertility-Friendly lubricant you can be confident that you are using a high quality lubricant that allows sperm to swim freely.
Women who are trying to conceive are also aware of the quality of their fertile fluids. Normally, during ovulation, these special fluids are made by the woman’s body to support sperm on their journey through the cervix to meet the egg. Fluid volumes increase, and they become more slippery (like egg whites), with a rise in fluid pH to protect sperm. As women age, or if they have hormone imbalances, these normal fertile fluid changes don’t occur, making it difficult for the sperm to swim through the cervix.
Other Lubricants Do Not Have These Benefits
Published medical studies report that leading “nonspermicidal” lubricants can damage the ability of sperm to swim on contact in laboratory testing. These studies recommend that “every day” lubricants be avoided if you want to become pregnant.
Even though a risk of lubricants to fertility has been known for decades, some people are still confused about their use when trying to conceive. In fact, some doctors may inadvertently recommend lubricants that can stop sperm from swimming. Just because a lubricant does not contain a spermicide or it is water soluble, does not mean it won’t harm cells, including sperm.
Common lubricants damage sperm because they have the wrong pH and are not “isotonic,” meaning they have high salt or ion levels that dehydrate sperm and stop them from swimming. Some also contain sperm-toxic ingredients, such as glycerol (glycerin). Even saliva and water can kill sperm and should be avoided when you are trying to conceive.