Product Review: PROCEIVE Fertility Supplements


If you read my blog regularly or follow me on social media, you'll know that my husband and I have been trying to conceive for three and a half years now. I wrote about my infertility journey on the blog a couple of months ago (you can read that post here) and not long after, I was offered the chance to try PROCEIVE fertility supplements.

Anyone trying for a baby will know that it's important to take a pre-natal multivitamin. I was already taking one by a different brand but what I liked about Proceive is that they do supplements for both men and women, with different vitamins and nutrients tailored to the specific needs of each sex. For example, women need to take high doses of folic acid when they're pregnant or trying to conceive, to reduce the risk of spina bifida in the baby, while men need selenium to support normal production of sperm. 

It's recommended to take two capsules once a day, preferably in the morning on a full stomach. Being capsules, they're easy to swallow (which is great for me because I have a hard time swallowing tablets) and don't leave a nasty taste in your mouth. They're also lactose free, gluten free and suitable for vegetarians.

Don't expect any miracles by taking these supplements - I'm not going to end this post with "Guess what, guys? I'm pregnant!" because it's obviously not as easy as that. What PROCEIVE fertility supplements do is prepare both your and your partner's bodies for pregnancy by providing the required vitamins and minerals in the recommended quantities, giving you a better chance of conceiving and having a healthy pregnancy with as few problems as possible.


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Disclosure: Products were sent to me in exchange for an honest review. Words and opinions are my own.
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Comments

  1. I didn’t realize you were in an infertility battle too. It’s cool they have then for Men too. I take Rainbow one but they’re big. I just like the organic ingredients!

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    1. Yes I am, unfortunately. Never thought it'd be something I'd have to go through, but you never know what life has in store for you! I don't call it a 'battle' though (although that's what it feels like most of the time), I refer to it as a 'journey' - that just frames it a bit more positively. Thanks for your comment!

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    2. I called it a journey too (in fact that was in my handle in another forum) but now I’m on the other side I refer to it as my fight to have a child. I hadn’t realized my shift in language!
      Interesting.

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  2. Wishing you the best in your fertility journey!

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  3. It's great that there are options for men and women to boost their chances of conceiving a baby. Glad it's easy to intake the supplements and it's on the healthier side. Sending you and your husband my best wishes ♥.

    Nancy ♥ exquisitely.me

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