There may be clear indications for hormone treatment. Fertility can sometimes be improved by treating the thyroid gland since hypothyroidism (underactivity of the thyroid) may have been diagnosed as the cause of infertility. Hormone treatment can also be effective in case of ovarian insufficiency (ovarian weakness). Since the maturation of the follicles is disrupted in this diagnosis, ovulation can no longer take place so menstruation does not occur. If there are sufficient viable precursors for egg cells, ovarian function can possibly be restored by administering hormone products.
The same objective is to be achieved if prolactin production is too high (hyperprolactinaemia) and causing a hormonal imbalance. This hormone stimulates milk production in the mother after birth and simultaneously supresses ovulation. If pregnancy does not occur, then ovarian function and the ability to conceive may be severely restricted by excessive prolactin production.
PROFERTIL® female can be the optimal nutrient-based supplementation in the context of hormone treatment. A clinical study at the Medical University Hospital of Vienna demonstrated this in the context of IVF treatment.
Treatment options in the case of diagnosed infertility:
The chances of success very much depend on personal circumstances. This includes the age of the man and woman, the type of fertility disorder and psychological aspects. The question of how many treatments a person is willing to undergo also plays a role.
The treatment approach is determined by a so-called phased plan that depends on the individual problem. PROFERTIL® female and PROFERTIL® male can be supportive in each treatment phase with targeted diet management and thus even enable a reduction of the phased plan under certain circumstances. It should be expressly noted that PROFERTIL® female and PROFERTIL® male increase the probability of a successful pregnancy. If IVF treatment is necessary, both products can be taken in preparation and during treatment.