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FERTINATAL® DHEA For Women

Dehydroepiandrosterone

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Fertinatal® is a patented DHEA supplement to support ovarian health*. Made with just 5 clean ingredients, Fertinatal® DHEA 25 mg capsules are designed to support women’s reproductive health*.

Fertinatal® DHEA was developed in partnership with the Center for Human Reproduction (CHR), a globally recognized IVF center in New York City that led the early research into DHEA and female reproductive health*.

  • A 4-week supply of Fertinatal® DHEA: 84 capsules packed in weekly blister cards.

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Fertinatal® is a patented DHEA supplement to support ovarian health*. Made with just 5 clean ingredients, Fertinatal® DHEA 25 mg capsules are designed to support women’s reproductive health*.

Fertinatal® DHEA was developed in partnership with the Center for Human Reproduction (CHR), a globally recognized IVF center in New York City that led the early research into DHEA and female reproductive health*.

  • A 12-week supply of Fertinatal® DHEA: 252 capsules packed in weekly blister cards (3 boxes).

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How to take DHEA for fertility: Take 1 capsule 3 times daily with meals, or as instructed by your doctor.

Fertinatal® is not recommended for women who have a history of hormonal cancer or estrogen-sensitive conditions like endometriosis or PCOS. Check with your doctor before starting supplementation. Discontinue use after a positive pregnancy test. Read the insert for full indications and contraindications.

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DHEA

Fertinatal DHEA is micronized to the same particle sizes as DHEA used in clinical studies on reproductive and ovarian health*.

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Active Ingredient Basics

DHEA

Dehydroepiandrosterone

What is it?

DHEA is a natural hormone precursor produced in adrenal glands. In both men and women, DHEA is converted into androgens (testosterone) in the body, which could lend much-needed support to overall reproductive and ovarian functions.

DHEA is a natural hormone precursor produced in adrenal glands. In both men and women, DHEA is converted into androgens (testosterone) in the body, which could lend much-needed support to overall reproductive and ovarian functions.

Why is it needed?

The potential of DHEA for fertility is in the support it may lend to resolving certain hormonal imbalances. Studies have found that both DHEA and testosterone levels decline as women age, and women with low ovarian reserve are also more likely to be low on testosterone.

The potential of DHEA for fertility is in the support it may lend to resolving certain hormonal imbalances. Studies have found that both DHEA and testosterone levels decline as women age, and women with low ovarian reserve are also more likely to be low on testosterone.

How does it work on a cellular level?

DHEA is converted into testosterone, which has an affinity to the androgen receptors on the surface of granulosa cells - the cells that support and nurture the growing eggs.

DHEA is converted into testosterone, which has an affinity to the androgen receptors on the surface of granulosa cells - the cells that support and nurture the growing eggs.

Why is it important for fertility?

DHEA fertility supplements may help maintain healthy androgen levels and support the health of the ovaries, which is where eggs go through the maturation process before ovulation*.

DHEA fertility supplements may help maintain healthy androgen levels and support the health of the ovaries, which is where eggs go through the maturation process before ovulation*.

Ingredients with intention.

DHEA

Dehydroepiandrosterone

25 mg

DHEA is converted into testosterone in the body and supports ovarian health for women 35 and above*. Fertinatal DHEA is plant-derived and micronized for absorption.


QUALITY IS IN THE DETAILS

Expert developed

Each product is designed in collaboration with a leading researcher in the ingredient field.

Triple-tested

Independent verification ensures the potency and quality of our products.

Patented

The only fertility nutraceutical company that holds 10 patents for our formulations and technology in the US and Canada.

Formulated for Reproductive Health

Our products are evaluated and studied for their specific effect on male and female reproductive health.

Our Lead Scientist

Norbert Gleicher, MD, FACOG

Medical Director & Chief Scientist, The Center for Human Reproduction

Dr. Norbert Gleicher founded the Center for Human Reproduction (CHR) in 1981 after over a decade of clinical work in Obstetrics and Gynecology and reproductive immunology. Dr. Gleicher has held a variety of academic professorial appointments at Chicago Medical School New York University School of Medicine and Yale University School of Medicine.

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The basics of FERTINATAL® DHEA For Women

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Fertinatal® DHEA supports female reproductive health through ovarian health*.

Reported side effects of DHEA supplementation include: oily skin, acne, hair loss, increased hirsutism (hair growth), deepening of the voice, increased libido and assertiveness, gastro-intestinal complaints and hypertension. Should supplementation with FERTINATAL® lead to unwanted side effects, discontinue supplementation and consult with a healthcare provider immediately.

Every batch of Fertinatal® DHEA undergoes a triple-step quality assurance process that includes testing at independent laboratories for micronization, potency and contamination.

DHEA in Fertinatal® is derived from wild yam. Made with just 5 clean ingredients, Fertinatal® is gluten-free, non-GMO and nut-free. Made with clean Fertinatal® contains no artificial colors, flavors, sweeteners or preservatives.

Manufactured in the United States at a NSF-certified facility under cGMP standards.

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