FOR PHYSICIANS


For Physicians

Your Patients are Our Priority

FertileMD offers pharmaceutical-level fertility support in a natural, easy-to-consume nutritional supplement that can help your patients on their road to achieving reproductive wellness. Our nutritional supplements are well-suited for progressive obstetrician-gynecologists and other fertility professionals with patients who are experiencing reproductive challenges but who wish to conceive naturally.

Choose FertileMD supplements and offer your patients a healthy, uncomplicated alternative.

FertileMD Supplements

Our supplements include a distinct combination of fertility-enhancing ingredients selected for their effectiveness based on proven scientific literature.

Supplying Our Supplements to Your Patients

 

Currently, our fertility-enhancing nutritional supplements are available exclusively on our website. Please contact us by submitting the form here (hyperlink to contact us page) to inquire about distributing FertileMD Nutritional Supplements from your practice or office location.

 

Learn More About Natural Remedies for Infertility

 

Online

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  • Park, J. J., Kang, M., Shin, S., Choi, E., Kwon, S., Wee, H., … Kaptchuk, T. J. (2010). Unexplained Infertility Treated with Acupuncture and Herbal Medicine in Korea. Journal of Alternative and Complementary Medicine, 16(2), 193–198. http://doi.org/10.1089/acm.2008.0600
  • Stanford Medicine. (2004, April 19). Fertility Herbal Supplement Sprouts Promising Results in Stanford Pilot Study. Stanford Medicine News Center. https://med.stanford.edu/news/all-news/2004/04/fertility-herbal-supplement-sprouts-promising-results-in-stanford-pilot-study.html

Print

  • Braun, L. and Cohen M. (2007). Herbs & Natural Supplements – An Evidence-based Guide. Elsevier, Australia.
  • Howard, J.M., Davies, S., Hunnisett, A. (1994). Red cell magnesium and glutathione peroxidase in infertile women – effects of oral supplementation with magnesium and selenium. Magnesium Research, 7(1): 49-57.
  • Naish, F. and Roberts, J. (1996). The Natural Way to Better Babies: Preconception Health Care for Prospective Parents. Random House, Sydney.