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    Fertilaid for both of us?
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    An_262360 posted:
    My husband and I are together for more than a decade and tried to conceive in vain. Turns out his motility count is too low. I am steering towards my 40th birthday and my biggest wish is to be pregnant by then.

    I have just found out about Fertilaid and Fertility Blend for men and women and I am carefully enthusiastic about it from the reviews.

    I can fit my husband right in it. But I am hestitant for myself, because reading all reviews, makes me think that I do not necessarily have to join in. My cycle is regular, a perfect 28 days-cycle. Reviews of women with regular menstrual cycles using either brand, seem to be doing more damage than anything else to their uterus. So, this brought me to the question: Is it necessary to both partners to use either brand or is it sufficient to just stick to the one partner with the deficiency? Should I, instead, just take specific supplements to strengthen my eggs?

    I really hope to get some answers, because I do not want to cause any more damage than there already is.....

    Please help.....
     
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    An_262405 responded:
    I would suggest letting your husband try first and see if there are any changes in his motility. If there is a positive result, then attempt conception for three cycles before considering any treatments for yourself. have you thought of using donor sperm? I know it's not ideal, but would give you the experience of pregnancy using your eggs.


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