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Why Does Lubricant Choice Matter When Trying to Conceive?

on Feb 15, 2013

by Alyssia Granger

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Why Does Lubricant Choice Matter When Trying to Conceive?

Lubricant choice is a big deal when trying to conceive. Studies have shown within 30 minutes of exposure, most of the sperm that had been exposed to the lubricants on the market were dead.

When you are trying to get pregnant, it can be overwhelming with all of the things you need to remember. Check your cervix, chart your basal body temperature, are you ovulating? Don’t forget vitamins, herbal supplements, changing your diet, which positions are best? We know that it can be overwhelming with all of the different things that you have to do and all of the different choices you have to make. However there is one important thing that you need to take into consideration that most women don’t ever even think about: lubricant choices. Claim Your 20 Free Pregnancy Tests – Click Here

What Lubricants Do

You might not think that lubricant choice really matters, or has such a large effect on conception, but it really does. Here’s why: recent surveys have shown that almost every single one of the lubricants on the market today can actually be harmful to sperm motility, meaning that they inhibit sperm from moving. You can’t get pregnant if your sperm can’t get to the egg! Also, some of those same lubricants were proven to damage sperm DNA as well.

Why Does This Happen?

It all boils down to science. Most of the lubricants on the market today have pH levels that are very low. These low pH levels actually kill sperm fairly quickly once the sperm have been exposed to the lubricant. Also, the ion concentration in the lubricant matters. If the concentration of ions is too high or too low, it will damage the sperm, and even kill them. The studies actually showed that within 30 minutes of exposure, most of the sperm that had been exposed to the lubricants on the market were dead, or unable to swim properly. Even the ones that could still swim were unable to properly bind to the egg.

Safe Alternatives?

Many couples have mistakenly thought that they could remedy this potentially problematic situation by using “natural” alternatives to store bought lubricants. Some couples have been using saliva, olive oil, vegetable oil and even egg whites as an alternative to harmful store bought lubricants. However, while most people would think that these things would be better for the sperm, that is not always the case. All of the “home remedies” listed above have also been linked to damaging effects when it comes to sperm. So, is there anything that can be used?

Preseed

PreSeed is the only lubricant on the market that was found to be safe for sperm during these studies. It was the only lubricant that didn’t damage or kill the sperm. This is because the makers of PreSeed made it with the goal of making it sperm friendly, specifically for couples who were trying to conceive. So, as it stands at this point, PreSeed is the only “fertility friendly” lubricant out there. Although more testing is needed on the subject, it looks like PreSeed is completely safe for couples who are trying to conceive.

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Alyssia is mom to 2 giggley twin girls, Sophia and Emma, and son Hunter. She's a Southern girl, passionate about photography, travel and her husband Josh.

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  • http://www.facebook.com/eva.urbano1 Eva Urbano

    Hi my name is eva im 21 years old and me and my boyfriend are trying to concieve but everytime we have sex his sperm comes out because i have to go pee does that mean i cant get pregnant if i use egg whits will it help my boyfriends spirm to travel more better.if he smokes weed onec a day or drinks once a day can that be a risk that i cant get pregnant

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