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Reproductive Health

When you hear about couples struggling to conceive, the conversation typically revolves around the female partner. However, in as many as 35% of subfertility/infertility cases, both the male and female partner are affected. This fact highlights the need for both women and men to conscientiously make dietary choices to promote optimal reproductive health. Given the importance of 1C metabolism in reproductive health in both women and men, Impryl was formulated to support this vital biochemical network.

 

 

 

REPRODUCTIVE HEALTH

Male Overview

Defects in 1C metabolism have been linked to general male reproductive health issues and infertility.

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REPRODUCTIVE HEALTH

Female Overview

Defects in 1C metabolism have been linked to general female reproductive health issues and infertility.

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REPRODUCTIVE HEALTH

PCOS

Defects in 1C metabolism have been linked to polycystic ovarian syndrome (PCOS) and female infertility.

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REPRODUCTIVE HEALTH

Maternal Obesity

Defects in 1C metabolism have been linked to maternal obesity during the preconception period and pregnancy.

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