South African Pharmaceutical Concern Offers Family Hope To Couples
Infertility and the inability to conceive a child are a very realistic issue for an estimated 15% of the child-bearing age South African population.
New Product Offering hope in Fertility and Conception
Brussels, Nov 8 2013 – Infertility and the inability to conceive a child are a very realistic issue for an estimated 15% of the child-bearing age South African population. Tracking of the issue by the UN shows it starting around the time Apartheid ended and that the South Africa still lags behind much of the world in working to fix the issue. South Africa's fertility transition has become the most advanced of the Sub-Saharan African region according to UN studies. However, South African couples need not give up hope of having families. DisChem, a major pharmacy chain in South Africa, is making it easier for those trying to conceive to increase their chances of getting pregnant by stocking an over-the-counter product, Conceive Plus, in all stores.
Conceive Plus Fertility Lubricant, found on the shelf next to pregnancy and ovulation tests, is a product that helps trying to conceive couples increase their chances of getting pregnant naturally as it also enhances the enjoyment of the process.
Internationally patented and scientifically advanced, Conceive Plus contains magnesium and calcium ions, both of which are necessary to the viability and motility of sperm, essentially to the fertilization process. The Conceive Plus formula is mixed to naturally imitate fertility liquid and semen, allowing the sperm to mix unlike other lubricants like KY, Astroglide and Replens, whose formulas offer a harsh and even inhospitable environment to sperm interrupting their cycle and thus not allowing fertilization to take place. And, of course, it is important to note that maximizing sperm quality essentially comes down to common sense – healthy men produce healthy sperm.
International Conceive Plus manufacturer, SASMAR, has its headquarters located in Brussels, Belgium and is a major supplier not only of lubricants, but also provides governmental aid organizations with HIV/AIDS prevention devices and awareness in Third World and developing countries.