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We recommend Pre-Seed to all of our patients trying for Pregnancy. Pre-Seed is the preferred products of our patients!
Pre-Seed is the first lubricant with independent studies confirming that it does not harm human sperm (Agarwal et al., 2008; Vargas et al., 2011). According to Vargas et al, “Among the gels evaluated, only Pre-Seed did not show any sperm toxicity, making it the most appropriate lubricant choice for women who are trying to conceive.” Pre-Seed is also recommended in several clinical textbooks, as well as in the ASRM Practice Guideline “Optimizing Natural Fertility” and in the US Library of Medicine/NIH Guidelines for helping women identify their fertile days.
Published studies over the past three decades have shown that most "everyday" lubricants and even olive oil, glycerin, saliva and water can impair sperm motility on contact in laboratory testing. In fact, sperm damage with leading lubricants has been cited as similar to that seen with contraceptive gels (Tulandi et al, 1982; Frishman et al, 1992; Miller et al, 1994; Kutteh et al, 1996; Anderson et al, 1998; Agarwal et al, 2008; Vargas et al, 2011). Couples who are trying to conceive should be advised to avoid lubricant products that damage sperm (learn more).
Healthcare Professionals can purchase Pre-Seed for resale or obtain samples by contacting email@example.com or faxing a request.
Pre-Seed for patients is available at the following store locations, next to the ovulation and pregnancy tests:
Extensive third-party testing has been done to confirm Pre-Seed lubricant’s safety for use by couples who are trying to conceive. Additionally, each lot of Pre-Seed is tested prior to product release to ensure gamete biocompatibility.
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