Why Vitamin Infusions Are Revolutionising The Field Of Pregnancy And Fertility

29/07/2016 11:55

When trying for a baby, there are so many factors that couples take into account, especially when they've been trying for sometime or are undergoing fertility treatments such as IUI, IVF (In-Vitro Fertilisation) and ICSI (Intracytoplasmic Sperm Injections). Eating healthily, having regular sex, trying new positions, exercising regularly, making sure they get all of their vitamins and minerals through supplements and diet and so much more... It can be exhausting, physically, mentally and, importantly, on the body.

So, what will actually help?

Well, when treating fertility problems, it's common for gynaecologists to treat the pathological problems affecting the couples' fertility, such as PCOS (Polycystic Ovarian Syndrome), problems relating to the endocrine system, uterine fibroids or abnormal uterine bleeding. However, what are equally important, but sometimes ignored, are the physiological factors. For example, the health and functionality of a person's organs and bodily tissues (whether they are male or female) plays a major role in whether they can successfully conceive. This includes the heart, liver, lungs, ovaries, uterus, vagina, prostate, penis, testicles and many more - not just the reproductive organs!

Furthermore, the health of them today not only affects how healthy they (and you!) are today but, importantly, the body is constantly changing and generating new cells. Therefore, the health of your organs today can go as far as affecting the quantity and quality of sperm production over the coming months, the quality and quantity of eggs released, sexual arousal and, importantly, libido. Therefore, when trying to conceive, it is more vital than ever that these organs are well looked after.

What's the best way to look after them?

Well, the obvious ways are to exercise regularly and eat a healthy diet. We all know that there's something that might surprise you.

Firstly, in order for your body and its organs to function well and for its tissues to grow healthily and to survive, it is vital that it receives good levels of oxygen, vitamins and minerals, amino acids and many others. Many people assume that they can obtain all they need from food. Wrong! Yes, it is important to eat a varied array of fruit and vegetables but, actually, your body is only able to absorb a certain quantity of the nutrients daily (approximately 10%). The rest is lost when you go to the bathroom.

Secondly, many people are advised to take multi-vitamin supplements. Yes, these will provide vitamins and minerals that you may be lacking but, despite many 'expert's' advice, for many people 'one-size fits all' method of supplements will not be beneficial. The main reason for this is that everybody's body is different. We are all lacking different levels of vitamins and minerals, our body's all have different needs and, what you might not know is that, all of our body's need different levels of the vitamins and minerals. For example, the level of iron or Vitamin C that makes one person's body healthy may be far too high or low for another person's body. It is these imbalances that affect the health and functionality of their organs and how healthy and energetic they look and feel.

With this in mind, it is vital that you get the balance right for you. This is more important than ever when trying for a baby.

So... what's the solution?

IV Vitamin Infusions. They're the best and, actually, the only way for your body to absorb 100% of your vital vitamins and minerals immediately.

How do IV Vitamin Infusions work?

Firstly, it's important to examine which vitamins and minerals your body is lacking. As mentioned, the levels of vitamins, minerals, amino acids that your body requires will be different from another persons and, although blood tests are useful in many areas, they are often unable to detect vitamin and mineral deficiencies, which is why this specific testing is so important. Your gynaecologist or fertility specialist will be able to help you with this.

When you know this information, a treatment that is becoming increasingly popular, with high success rates, is IV Vitamin Infusions. Previously only available to celebrities and the super rich, they're now available for everybody at an affordable price. We even offer them at our clinic.

The great benefit of IV Vitamin Infusions is that, whereas your body is only able to absorb a limited amount of the vitamins, minerals, amino acids etc. from food and supplements, the IV Vitamin Infusions go directly into your body, meaning that all of the nutrients will be absorbed and you'll notice the benefits immediately (continuing for up to 3 months!!). Furthermore, following your body composition testing, the ingredients in your IV Vitamin Infusion will be tailored specifically to suit your body and your health needs - not the levels that supplement companies, laboratories and scientists tell you that you should have!!

What are the other benefits of IV Vitamin Infusions relating to fertility?

  • Improved organ function, including the heart and lungs, which will improve oxygen circulation around the body, its blood, cells, tissues and organs
  • Improved cell and tissue production
  • Improved sperm and egg quality
  • Reduced stress
  • Improved mood, energy and feelings of wellbeing
  • Increased libido
  • Better vaginal lubrication
  • Improved skin condition
  • It's a tissue repair for all the organs, with special focus on the genital organs.
  • And much, much more

Which vitamins and minerals are most important when trying to conceive? When trying to conceive, there are many vitamin and minerals that your body will need to optimize its function, health and give you the best chance possible of becoming pregnant. Some examples include:

  • Vitamin C
  • Omega 3
  • Selenium
  • Zinc
  • Calcium
  • Amino Acids
  • Vitamin D
  • Folic Acid
  • All of the Vitamin B Complexes

All of these and many more can be best absorbed by your body using IV Vitamin Infusions. Your gynaecologist will be able to discuss these with you in more detail.

For more information, visit


UK Health