In trying-to-conceive homes across the land, couples are charting their sexual activity with army-like precision, tracking their fertility windows and ovulation cycles as intercourse ‘on demand’ begins to take its toll. Unfortunately the stress of sex on demand can increase anxiety levels and result in vaginal dryness, discomfort and even pain, with many couples turning to well known regular sexual lubricants – not knowing that most lubricants and even saliva can damage sperm and dramatically reduce your odds of conceiving.
Many leading sexual lubricants have been clinically proven to exert a detrimental effect on sperm motility (ability to swim) and sperm viability (ability to survive), however, there is one lubricant designed specifically for trying-to-conceive couples with amazing results – Pre-Seed Sperm Friendly Lubricant. Formulated to mimic the body’s natural secretions, Pre-Seed supports and protects the sperm and ensures they are not impeded in any way on their most urgent of journeys, providing the optimal sperm environment. Pre-Seed also relieves vaginal dryness, delivering moisture at the same pH, osmolality and viscosity as fertile cervical fluids. Pre-Seed does not harm sperm and is less irritating to women – and can be used as a sexual lubricant even if you’re not actively trying to conceive! Pre-Seed:
If you are on the journey to conception you may well be aware that cervical mucus also plays a vital role in the conception process. Healthy cervical fluids help to:
Cervical mucus can also be an indicator of ovulation! The cervical mucus undergoes some characteristic changes throughout the menstrual cycle, nature’s own way of facilitating pregnancy. As ovulation approaches, your cervical mucus may demonstrate a series of fertile qualities such as its consistency becomes stretchable, transparent, slippery even with a feel and texture similar to a raw white egg. ‘Infertile cervical mucus’ on the other hand is characterised by a tacky like texture, is usually opaque and well, there's not really too much of it. If you feel your cervical mucus resembles the infertile type we would recommend that you consider the following actions: