It Starts with the Egg Preconception Pack for Women 40+ Refill Prepaid Subscription (12 Weeks)
DHEA + CoQ10 + Multivitamins with Choline and Folate
Must be 18 or older to purchase in California.
What's In Your Bundle.
4 weeks of Advanced Prenatal, Fertinatal and OvoEnergen.
QUALITY IS IN THE DETAILS
Each product is designed in collaboration with a leading researcher in the ingredient field.
Independent verification ensures the potency and quality of our products.
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
Rebecca Fett, JD
Best-Selling Author of It Starts with the Egg
With background in molecular biology and genetics, Rebecca Fett is the bestselling author of "It Starts with the Egg, a comprehensive guide to nutrition and lifestyle that support egg health. Fett is known for her ability to break down her exhaustive research into readable, actionable guides for readers without a scientific background.
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The basics of It Starts with the Egg Preconception Pack for Women 40+ Refill Prepaid Subscription (12 Weeks)
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Fertinatal® DHEA supports egg health and a healthy ovarian environment during the preconception period*. Advanced Prenatal supports mother and baby's health before, during and after pregnancy*. OvoEnergen CoQ10 supports egg health*.
Fertinatal: 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.
Advanced Prenatal: Common side effects may include headache, indigestion, diarrhea, constipation, and nausea. Allergic sensitization has been reported following both oral and parenteral administration of folic acid. Should supplementation with Advanced Prenatal lead to unwanted side effects, discontinue use and consult with a healthcare provider immediately. If you develop an allergic reaction, including but not limited to, difficulty breathing, skin reactions, or facial swelling, stop taking the product immediately and seek medical attention.
OvoEnergen Ubiquinol CoQ10: Reported side effects of CoQ10 include upset stomach, loss of appetite, nausea, vomiting and diarrhea. It can cause allergic skin rashes in some people. For a full list of potential side effects, refer to the insert.
Every batch undergoes a triple-step quality assurance process, including potency and contamination testing at independent laboratories. Fertinatal is also independently tested for micronization levels.
DHEA in Fertinatal® is derived from wild yam. Fertinatal® is vegetarian, vegan, gluten-free, non-GMO and nut-free. Fertinatal® contains no artificial colors, flavors, sweeteners or preservatives. Advanced Prenatal Vitamins is non-GMO, gluten-free, vegan and vegetarian. It 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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FROM THE RESOURCE LIBRARY
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