For men who are undergoing infertility. The most successful nutraceutical approach to assisting couples in conceiving a healthy child. The premier formula was produced in Germany and is manufactured in a GMP and ISO 22000 accredited facility.
Three-month maturation process
The development of male sperm (spermatozoa) is a time-consuming three-month process. The initial generation and maturation processes are extremely vulnerable to disruptions and nutrient deficiency. The male reproductive system, in particular, requires vitamins, trace minerals, and the amino acid L-Arginine to produce healthy sperm.
Both male sperm and female ova (egg) cells are especially vulnerable to free radical oxidative stress. Since oxidative stress has a major negative effect on both DNA quality and the growth of healthy sperm cells, it must always be minimized.
This is where fertilsan M’s high doses of micronutrients come into play. Following fertilsan M supplementation, all primary semen analysis parameters (quantity, density, motility/vitality, and morphology) can yield normal readings.
fertilsan M by amitamin® is a dietary supplement for the dietetic care of men who have a problem with their fertility (Food for Special Medicinal Purposes). With its highly concentrated, well-balanced combination of specific nutrients, fertilsan M can help improve male sperm quality in the following situations:
- Oligospermia (low sperm count)
- Asthenospermia (low motility)
- Teratospermia (sub optimal morphology)
fertilsan M contains highly concentrated Vitamins, trace elements, amino acids and antioxidative vitaminoids, all essential for the generation of healthy sperm.
L-arginine is a semi-essential amino acid that performs a variety of vital functions. It helps the immune system and controls blood flow by regulating vascular sound. Arginine, which is highly concentrated in the seminal fluid, is used by the body to manufacture spermine and spermidine. Spermine is antioxidative, has a stabilizing effect on the DNA within the sperm, and is involved in cell division and development.
L-carnitine, also known as a Vitaminoid, is a mineral obtained directly from many amino acids. L-carnitine is completely essential for cellular energy metabolism. Only L-carnitine is capable of transporting fatty acids from the bloodstream into the mitochondria of cells, where they are “burned” for energy. Sperm, in particular, takes a lot of energy to keep swimming. As a result, L-carnitine plays a critical role in the development, growth, and survival of healthy, motile sperm cells.
Pine Bark Extract
The daily dose of fertilsan M by amitamin® contains 100 mg of pine bark extract. This extract from the rind of the French maritime bark (Pinus pinaster) contains over 95% proanthocyanidins (phytochemicals) and is known for its anti-oxidant properties. In dedicated research, it has been shown to support male fertility in a number of ways, both directly and indirectly. No other male fertility supplement contains as much pine bark extract as this one.
Coenzym Q10 (Ubiquinone) is an important component of the body’s energy-supply metabolic processes. It plays a key role in supplying energy for sperm cell mobility.
N-acetyl-L-cysteine is an extremely strong antioxidant. Many metabolic processes, including spermatogenesis, involve the amino acid.
Vitamin E is a fat-soluble antioxidant with strong anti-oxidant effects. It works in the cell membrane to protect the inside of the cell from oxidative stress.
The trace element zinc is well-known for its function in more than 200 enzymatic and immunological processes. If the body does not have enough sperm, the production of sperm may be decreased. Therefore, zinc can help to improve sperm analysis.
Selenium is a trace material with anti-oxidant properties. Selenium helps in the production of healthy spermatozoa.
Beta-carotene is a vitamin A reactant (chemical component) that can directly neutralize free radicals. As a result, it aids in the reduction of oxidative stress in a variety of metabolic processes and is converted to vitamin A by the body as required.
Folic acid is essential for the development of DNA, which contains the genes. Folic acid levels must be adequate for the development of fully functional sperm with stable DNA.
Vitamin C is a strong water-soluble antioxidant that is abundant in the seminal fluid.
Since the body can develop vitamin D when exposed to sunlight, it is known as the “sun vitamin.” In fact, however, most people in Western Europe do not get enough sun exposure. Vitamin D deficiency is common among men who have fertility issues.
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A healthy lifestyle is the foundation for sperm development that is both healthy and fully functional.
Please also note:
- Try to stay away from drugs and booze as far as possible.
- Make sure the prescription is up to date. Just take medicine that has been prescribed by your doctor or recommended by your pharmacist and is appropriate for your health.
- Strive to stay away from any toxins and hormones in your food and surroundings.
- Try to reduce the stress as much as possible. Stress is believed to have a negative impact on both men and women’s fertility. Take a few more breaks and discover new ways to unwind.
- Stay away from all sources of heat. Sperm cell development is a temperature-sensitive process. Extensive sauna visits or hot pools, as well as tight shorts, jeans, or notebooks, result in a higher temperature. Car seat heating should be kept to a bare minimum as well.
L-carnitine tartrate, L-Arginin HCl, D-alpha tocopheryl acetate, hydroxypropyl methylcellulose (capsule shell), zinc gluconate, ascorbic acid, pine bark extract (95 % proanthocyanidins), N-acetylcysteine, selenium yeast, separating agent (magnesium stearate), coenzyme Q10, colouring E 171, cholecalciferol, beta carotene, pteroyl- monoglutamic acid.