Use Conceive Plus each time you make love with your partner when trying to conceive. Having sex a few days before and every day during your fertile period helps to increase the chances of natural conception. Conceive Plus is used just like a regular personal lubricant. If you are not sure of your fertile days, try our ovulation calculator for an approximate period when you are most fertile. We also suggest you use an ovulation test strip for an easy way to define your most fertile days. Having sex on your fertile days can increase your chances of getting pregnant naturally. Good luck!
A large percentage of couples experience vaginal dryness when trying to conceive, most don’t notice it or think it’s a problem for them. Using Conceive Plus when trying to conceive is a good idea even if you feel you don’t need additional lubrication.
Conceive Plus is available from most pharmacies in Australia. If you do not find it on shelf, ask the pharmacy to order it for you. They don’t mind and it usually only takes one day.
No. Using a lubricant will not increase sperm count or increase the quality of his sperm. Conceive Plus can help by providing additional moisture for sperm to swim up through the cervix and reach the egg. For questions related to sperm count and quality, ask your doctor or healthcare professional.
The pH of Conceive Plus is 7.5. To survive and function, human sperm requires an environment that contains certain electrolytes and is within a narrow range of pH, osmolality and tonicity. The World Health Organisation (see references below) has reported that the optimal condition for sperm survival and migration in the cervical mucus requires a pH in the range of 7.0 to 8.5 and an isotonic solution. Conceive Plus® is carefully formulated so that both pH and osmolality are within these recommended ranges.
Selected Scientific References:
WHO Laboratory Manual for the examination of human Semen and Sperm-Cervical mucus interaction (1999), 4th Edition. Cambridge University Press, Cambridge, UK.
Mortimer D. Practical Laboratory Andrology (1994). Oxford University Press, NY.
We suggest using both the applicators and multi-use tube when you are trying to get pregnant. Use one applicator up to 10-15 minutes before intercourse then use the multi-use tube together with your partner, like you would use a regular lubricant.
No, Conceive Plus is available over-the-counter so you don’t need a doctor’s prescription. You can usually find Conceive Plus lubricants on shelf next to ovulation and pregnancy tests. If you don’t find it ask your pharmacy to order it for you.
It is up to the pharmacy or retailer in Australia and New Zealand to set their own prices however Conceive Plus is very affordable, usually available at $24.99. See our where to buy page or ask at your local pharmacy.
If you have had a surgical procedure to prevent getting pregnant, we suggest that you speak with your healthcare professional for their advice on the options available to you.
Conceive Plus is made using the following ingredients:
DEIONIZED WATER, HYPROMELLOSE, SODIUM CHLORIDE, GLYCEROL, SODIUM PHOSPHATE, DISODIUM PHOSPHATE, METHYLPARABEN, POTASSIUM CHLORIDE, MAGNESIUM CHLORIDE, CALCIUM CHLORIDE.