Boston, MA (PressExposure) January 31, 2009 -- Sepal Reproductive Devices (http://www.conceivease.com) is offering a fertility friendly lubricant that increases the chances of conception. Women who use a lubricant while trying to conceive are encouraged to use ConceivEaseâ¢ since it does not have any harmful effects on the sperm. Studies have shown many of the popular lubricants on the market today have an adverse effect on sperm, which is why researchers are now recommending ConceivEaseâ¢.
ConceivEaseâ¢ preserves sperm motility and does not mix with seminal fluid. Because of these characteristics, women find it easier to conceive when they use this product. There have been many cases of couples who were having difficulty conceiving until they switched to ConceivEaseâ¢.
This is very promising for couples with fertility issues. It is estimated that twelve percent of couples have fertility issues, and researchers believe a great deal of those issues can be fixed by switching to a fertility friendly lubricant. Researchers came to that decision after countless studies were conducted that showed many popular lubricants on the market stand in the way of fertility.
One of the most important studies on the effects lubricant has on conception was conducted by Dr. William H. Kutteh at the University of Tennessee at Memphis. Dr. Kutteh is a reproductive endocrinologist at Fertility Associates of Memphis.
Dr. Kutteh led a team of researchers in his study on lubricants and their impact on infertility. In the study, Kutteh tested four of the most popular lubricants on the market today against ConceivEaseâ¢. He looked to see what impact the lubricants had on sperm.
The study showed ConceivEaseâ¢ did not have an impact on the sperm motility. However, the other four lubricants decreased sperm motility a great deal.
The research team concluded that ConceivEaseâ¢ did not have a negative impact on sperm and thus was safe to use when trying to conceive. The team also concluded the other lubricants tested were harmful to sperm and could negatively impact conception.
Dr. Kutteh went on to say, âFor those couples trying to conceive and require a lubricant, we recommend one that demonstrates low spermicidal activity, has minimal inhibitory effects on sperm motility, is easy and safe to use, and is fertility friendly. ConceivEaseâ¢ meets all these criteria.â
Couples with fertility issues are very excited about the results of the study. People now have an option to help with fertility, even if they do not have a lot of money. Couples who cannot afford fertility treatments are encouraged to switch lubricants. For many couples, the switch will be all that is needed to conceive.
For more information on ConceivEaseâ¢, visit http://www.conceivease.com.
Sepal Reproductive Devices was founded in 2001. The company works to provide health care professionals, women and couples with solutions for fertility issues. The company has a wide range of products, including ConceivEaseâ¢.