Increase Cervical Mucus
FertileCM is the fertility supplement formulated to increase cervical mucus. Recommended by fertility expert Amos Grunebaum, M.D., FertileCM also promotes endometrial secretions that help to build the uterine lining for implantation of a fertilized egg.
Established studies have shown that these ingredients can:
- Naturally and safely support the production of cervical fluids
- Increase female arousal and sexual stimulation
- Increase hydration of the mucin (liquidity of mucus)
- Promote mucus alkalinity and mucosal thinning
FertileCM brings together select vitamins and nutrients, including L-arginine, an amino acid which promotes the synthesis of nitric oxide (NO). Nitric oxide is produced naturally by the body and supports vascular relaxation and circulation in the reproductive organs. It also encourages the production of endocervical secretions before and during ovulation. In addition to L-arginine, FertileCM contains powerful antioxidants that support healthy cell functions and the repair of environmental damage within the body.
FertileCM and Your Fertility
- Promote fertile-quality cervical mucus during the ovulatory cycle
- Help to build the uterine lining for embryo implantation (pregnancy)
- Enhance female sexual function, libido, and stimulation
Dr. Amos Grunebaum suggests, "For many women, problems with cervical mucus - or CM - may cause obstacles to getting pregnant. If cervical mucus is not present to provide a healthy medium for sperm, then conception may be inhibited. FertileCM is designed to help women produce fertile-quality cervical fluids - and increase the odds of conception."
How does FertileCM Work To Created Fertile Cervical Mucus?
FertileCM integrates several key ingredients that have been shown in clinical studies to safely and naturally promote the production of cervical fluids, support the 'thinning' of mucus, increase hydration of the mucin, as well as promote proper mucus alkalinity. In addition, the same ingredient that supports CM production (L-Arginine as nitric oxide precursor) has also been shown to induce endometrial secretion (creating a healthy uterus lining) during implantation time.