TRYING TO GET PREGNANT
Prepare your pregnancy and boost your fertility
Vivagest is a triple-action hormone precursor
that has been specifically formulated to meet the needs of women during the period in which they are trying to get pregnant. It increases your chances of getting pregnant and having a healthy baby.
Many factors influence fertility, so it’s important to take it as soon as you decide you want to become pregnant.
Vivagest enables the body to build up sufficient reserves of components, allowing for the fertilised egg to be accommodated in the best possible conditions. It meets the specific needs of the mother-to-be and provides the ingredients that are essential in the earlier stages for the proper development of the fetus.
- Reduces the risk of miscarriage
- Boosts fertility
- Delays the ageing of the ovaries and preserves the quality of oocytes (egg cells)
- Optimisation of embryo implantation
- menstrual-cycle regularization
Some women have an irregular cycle, which makes it impossible to know exactly when they ovulate. Thanks to its various components, especially iodine, Vivagest helps women to regulate the menstrual cycle.
Dosage: 01 capsule in the evening to be taken with a meal. Vivagest can be taken at any time during the menstrual cycle.
Boost your fertility
How to take Vivagest ?
1 capsule in the evening at meal time (at a fixed time)
1 capsule in the morning, 1 capsule in the evening at meal times
When to take Vivagest ?
during the menstrual cycle, starting from the time the woman desires to become pregnant
Role of the main ingredients
IODINE : It plays an essential role in the proper functioning of the thyroid gland. It contributes to the production of T3 and T4 thyroid hormones, which help regulate the woman’s menstrual cycle and promote good ovulation.
DHA (Omega-3): It boosts the production of progesterone. It increases cervical mucus allowing for improved fertility.
VITAMIN B9 (folic acid): For the prevention of open neural tube defects (including spina bifida) before the 4th week of pregnancy. It plays a key role at the beginning of pregnancy (between the 3rd and 4th week), in the development of the nervous system of the embryo. Folic acid is involved in DNA synthesis and cell growth, and helps to reduce:
– the risks of stunted growth
– the risk of serious malformations.