Having to have intercourse during the woman’s fertile time can lead to stress and increased vaginal dryness.
Women trying to fall pregnant are also aware of the quality of their fertile fluids also known as cervical mucus. Commonly, the cervical mucus is created by your body to support sperm on their journey through the cervix to meet the egg during ovulation. It becomes more slippery (like egg whites), this is to protect and nourish the sperm.
With age or hormonal imbalances, the fertile cervical fluid becomes less making it difficult for the sperm to swim through the cervix.
Safe for use by couples trying to conceive—PreSeed is the first lubricant ever allowed to make this statement. The safety of PreSeed for sperm is supported by independent, published studies.
PreSeed comes with applicators to deposit the unique lubricant inside, where it can coat the vagina and external cervix, and best mimics your own natural fluids in an optimal environment for sperm.
- 82% of users felt that PreSeed provided just the “right amount of lubrication.”
- 52% of women used PreSeed to supplement inadequate fertile secretions.
- When you are trying to conceive, know the facts about vaginal lubricants.
- Some medical studies report that leading “non-spermicidal” lubricants damage sperm and should be avoided if you want to optimize your chances for a baby.
PreSeed was explicitly developed to match a woman’s fertile fluids and to provide safe lubrication for use when trying to conceive a baby!
- Balanced to match fertile cervical mucus.
- Applying PreSeed inside mimics and supplements natural body fluids.
- PreSeed’s isotonic formula does not irritate the sensitive tissues.
- PreSeed is safe enough to make a baby, but it also provides natural feeling mild lubrication for anyone at any time.