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How Fertile Male May Help With Infertility Symptoms

Brenda Albano

February 2, 2013

Fertile Male Helps Infertility Symptoms

Infertility can be a challenging and stressful situation for couples, but there are some natural remedies that can help. In this article, we’ll explore the potential of Fertile Male to help with infertility symptoms and provide you with useful information to make an informed decision.

Fertile Male: How This Supplement May Help Improve Your Fertility Symptoms

The question a man has to be willing to ask himself when trying for a baby, is “Am I a Fertile Male?”

It has been found that certain herbs may help with fertility and infertility problems. Dr. Sharol Tilgern, a naturopath, herbalist and author of the book, “Herbal Medicine from the Heart of the Earth,” noted that particular herbs are supportive for the male reproductive tract. All of the natural herbal ingredients in our Fertile Male supplement are known to aid in one way or another male infertility and to enhance female libido and fertility as well.

If you and your wife are having trouble conceiving and you have ever wondered, “Am I a fertile male?” then Whole Family Product’s Fertile Male supplement may be just what you are looking for. It has been said that between 30 to 50 percent of infertility problems in couples are the result of problems with male fertility issues. In addition to having problems with conception, symptoms associated with male infertility include pain and swelling around the testicles and sexual dysfunction. One of the primary reasons for male infertility is the inability of the man to be able to produce an adequate quantity of healthy sperm. See our article “Trying to Get Pregnant“.

The Secret Ingredients to Unlock Your Fertility: What You Need to Know About Fertile Male

Fertility is an important factor for couples trying to conceive a baby, but what if the male partner has low fertility? Thankfully, there are now natural solutions that can help boost male fertility and increase the chances of conception – Fertile Male! In this article, we will look at the ingredients of Fertile Male, as well as its effectiveness in helping men with fertility issues. Read on to find out more!

Fertile Male – Increases Fertility Naturally

Horny Goat Weed (herb powder) (1,000 mg) and a proprietary blend of: Arginine (L-arginine HCl), Maca (herb powder), Macuna Pruriens (L-Dopa), Muira Puama (herb powder), Panax Ginseng (herb powder), Polypodium Vulgare (herb powder), Tongkat Ali (herb powder), Saw Palmetto (herb powder).

Horny Goat Weed, for instance, has long been used in traditional Asian medicine to address sexual problems. In one scientific study, it has been shown to enhance sperm count and increase libido.

Arginine also is known to improve sperm quality in men.

The Maca (herb powder) herb is well-known for its aphrodisiac effects and its use in helping improve sexual function in both men and women.  It is actually a tuber and more like in the yam class than an herb but most people consider it an herb.

The Indian herb Mucuna Pruriens (L-Dopa) has been used for centuries for its strong aphrodisiac effects and is recognized worldwide to improve the libido.

Muira Puama (herb powder) and Panax Ginseng (herb powder) both are known to help improve the quality of sperm and the libidos of both men and women.

The herb Polypodium Vulgare has shown that it acts as an anabolic, particularly in relation to sexual function. It has long been used to help improve sexual function.

Lastly, both Tongkat Ali (herb powder) and Saw Palmetto (herb powder) have been used in traditional herbal medicine to help with infertility issues in both men and women.

So, for all of you pondering the “Am I a fertile male” question, try our Fertile Male supplement at Whole Family Products today!

DISCLAIMER: These statements have not been approved by the FDA and we do not make any claims that this product or ingredient will cure, prevent, treat or even diagnose any disease. Studies linked here were conducted by independent labs for informational purposes. Please check with your doctor of choice for information regarding your own personal health profile and needs.

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