Pre-Seed is the only lubricant formulated by a woman Sperm Physiologist.
Men’s Health highlights personal health mistakes people make in “You’re Doing it Wrong: 11 ways you may be sabotaging your health.” These include using regular lubricants when you are baby-making, instead of sperm-safe Pre-Seed.
Shape magazine tells readers to “Check your lube.” They state that studies show water-based lubricants might damage sperm and make it harder for them to swim. Shape notes that the American Society for Reproductive Medicine recommends using a pH-friendly lubricant like Pre-Seed.
For couples trying to conceive, the editors of Women’s Health recommend Pre-Seed: “Most lubricants (and even saliva) can be harmful to sperm. But Pre-Seed’s formula allows your guy’s swimmers to travel freely.”
Dr. Hutcherson, ob/gyn and professor at Columbia University, writes in Redbook:
“…using a water-based lubricant can make it even harder. That said, there’s a lube called Pre-Seed that infertility specialists recommend, because it has been shown not to slow down sperm. Try that when you’re trying.”
Here’s what Conceive has to say out Pre-Seed: “Water, saliva and most commercial lubricants are all dangerous to sperm. So if your lovemaking needs a little less friction, try a sperm-friendly lubricant such as Pre-Seed.”
Dr. Spence Pentland in his informative guide to understanding fertile fluids writes: “Use Pre-Seed sperm-friendly lubricant. It is the only lubricant on the market proven to mimic the composition and functions of a woman’s natural fertile pre-ovulatory cervical fluids.”
Pre-Seed is listed as one of the top 10 best selling lubricants in the industry by the retailers’ StorErotica Magazine in their April 2011 Special Focus Edition.
Here’s what Fitness magazine has to say about Pre~Seed: "Women trying to get pregnant should pick Pre~Seed Personal Lubricant… which won’t interfere with sperm movement, unlike other products, because of its pH."