supplement for women

You’re pregnant!

Congratulations!  Whether you conceived naturally, or through the assistance of fertility treatments, you should put your trust in a prenatal and postnatal + DHA formula that was designed by world renowned fertility doctors.

FERTILIFY Pregnancy NPN 80083934:

  • Helps to support normal early fetal development.

  • Helps to support normal early development of the fetal brain and spinal cord.

  • Source of eicosapentaenoic acid (EPA) and docosahexaenoic acid (DHA) for the maintenance of good health.

  • Helps in the process of normal regulation of cell division and specialisation.

  • Helps to maintain normal DNA synthesis.

  • Helps in energy production.

  • Softgels: 120, 4 per day
  • Number of days per bottle: 30
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Ingredient Amount Studies show
DHA Triglycerides
(Docosahexaenoic Acid)
300 mg
  • Vital to neurological development and retinal maturation
  • Anti-inflammatory properties; which are important because inflammation can cause pregnancy complications
  • Works with EPA (Eicosapentaenoic Acid) and Other Omega Fatty Acids
  • ͞There are 17,929 studies on DHA and counting
Acid (MTHF), Glucosamine Salt)
1,533 mcg DFE
  • When taken before, and during, pregnancy can reduce the risk of Neural tube defects (NTD).
  • 50% of pregnancies are unplanned; it’s important to be prepared
  • MTHF is superior to regular Folic Acid; better absorption and less concerns
  • There are 51,716 studies on Folate and counting
Vitamin K2
45 mcg
(Calcium Malate)
150 mg
  • Calcium Malate is a superior form of Calcium; has a higher bioavailability than Calcium Carbonate which is commonly found in conventional prenatal vitamins
  • Safer than Oyster Shell Calcium, which can contain high levels of lead toxins
  • There are 463,834 studies on Calcium and counting
(Magnesium Malate)
75 mg
(Zinc Gluconate)
13 mg
Other Prenatal Ingredients 1,464 mg
  • There is a lot of compelling research in support of prenatal supplementation, however not all prenatal supplements
    are the same; It's important for both mother and baby to get the right nutrients, in useful amounts, in the right forms
  • There are 2,013 studies on Prenatal Vitamins and counting