Collection: Fertility Lubricants

Fertility friendly lubricant

If you use a personal lubricant for lovemaking and intercourse, using a sperm friendly fertility lubricant can increase your chances of conceiving. We have a choice of fertility lubricants for sale, including Pre-Seed and Conceive Plus as well as fertility lubricant bundles. You may also find these fertility lubricant FAQ helpful.

What is a fertility lubricant?

A fertility lubricant has been scientifically formulated, and tested to make sure that it is safe to use when you are trying to get pregnant, and that it will not interfere with sperm or conception. While trying to conceive you should avoid lubricants that are not specifically designed to be fertility safe, and to assist fertility. What are the ingredients in fertility lubes?

What are the ingredients in fertility lubes?

Fertility lubricant ingredients: They vary from brand to brand but the main ingredient in most of them is water. Check each individual fertility lubricant for full information. They have been formulated to mimic natural fertile cervical mucus, which is very watery & slippery.

Will a fertility lubricant help me when TTC?

If lubrication is not an issue for you, and you have lots of fertile cervical mucus then using a fertility friendly lubricant will probably not make any difference. However, if dryness is a problem, then using a fertility lube may increase your chances of conceiving as it allows for better, deeper intercourse, and the moisture will also make it easier for the sperm.

How do you use a fertility lubricant?

They can either be applied externally to either partner as a sexual lubricant or can be used intra-vaginally using vaginal applicators. You should use the fertility lubricant on the 6 most fertile days in your cycle each time you have intercourse during that time.

What is wrong with using our normal lubricant?

While trying to conceive you should avoid using any lubricants that have not been designed to be conception & sperm friendly. This is because ingredients in many popular personal lubricants are toxic to sperm or can hinder their movement.

How are fertility lubricants different to normal lubricants?

They have been designed to mimic fertile cervical mucus as closely as possible.

Can I re-use the applicators?

For hygiene & safety reasons, it is best not to re-use the vaginal applicators and to discard them after use.

Is saliva safe to use as a lubricant when trying to conceive?

Saliva may reduce your chances of conceiving if used as a lubricant. Studies have shown it can be toxic to sperm, so our advice is to avoid this. Using a sperm friendly lubricant may help you to conceive more quickly.

Which is the best way to use Pre-Seed fertility lubricant?

Pre-Seed can best mimic natural your natural fertile secretions if you use the vaginal applicators to apply the Pre-Seed intra-vaginally no more than 30 minutes prior to intercourse.

Does Pre-Seed fertility lubricant work?

While a Pre-Seed will not make you more fertile, it can improve your chances of conceiving, if it is used in place of your usual intimate lubricant around your fertile time. Many popular lubricants in use by couples contain ingredients that hinder or damage sperm. Some even contain spermicide which kills sperm. Pre-Seed has been clinically shown to be sperm friendly and optimise your chances of conception, by mimicking your body's natural fertile fluids which help the sperm to swim.  

Fertility lubricant how to use it?

How to use a fertility lubricant: A fertility lubricant should be used in place of your usual lubricant, for intercourse that occurs around your fertile time. A fertility lubricant can either be applied externally to either partner, or applied intravaginally using vaginal applicators

Does fertility lubricant work?

Will a fertility lubricant help you conceive: A fertility lubricant is not a treatment for infertility, but if it is used in place of a lubricant that is not sperm friendly, it can increase your chances of conceiving, as it is sperm friendly, whereas many popular lubricants are hostile to sperm, and can reduce your chance of conceiving.

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