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Based on what you've told us, we found an increased risk of a weakened Vaginal Microbiome, which significantly affects the chances of getting pregnant.
Strenghten your Vaginal Microbiome with our Happy ProV™ Probiotics and set the stage for your fertility journey.
Rebuild your Vaginal Microbiome with happy ProV™
The delicate balance of microorganisms in the Vaginal Microbiome is essential for maintaining an optimal environment for conception.
Happy ProV™ is specifically designed to introduce beneficial bacteria directly into the vaginal environment building up your Vaginal Microbiome.
The following factors have a significant impact on the Vaginal Microbiome. When it's balance is disrupted, you're at higher risk for infertility.
The biological age significantly impacts fertility, with implications for the vaginal microbiome. Already by your late 20s, the female's basic estrogen balance begins to decline, affecting the microbiome's symbiotic relationship with estrogen. Maintaining a healthy environment can mitigate these changes.
Ethnicity & Genetic Predisposition
Women with African American ancestry exhibit a genetic predisposition associated with a higher frequency of disruptions in the vaginal microbiome. Consequently, they experience a greater incidence of infections, such as bacterial vaginosis (BV) and urinary tract infections (UTIs), as well as an elevated risk of preterm birth compared to individuals of other genetic origins. This genetic predisposition also correlates with increased infertility rates, underscoring the critical importance of promoting a healthy vaginal microbiome.
Duration of Infertility
If attempts to conceive for 6-12 months yield no pregnancy, it is prudent to consider the presence of asymptomatic vaginal dysbiosis. Notably, up to 50% of affected women, even those with active bacterial infections, may display no symptoms. Evaluating the balanced composition of the vaginal microbiome becomes crucial to rule out this factor.
Scientific evidence supports the substantial advantages of optimizing the vaginal microbiome for fertility treatments such as hormonal therapies and IVF. A recent study demonstrated a 40% higher likelihood of achieving direct pregnancy in IVF patients when the vaginal flora was purposefully enhanced.
Vaginal Conditions & Disease
Symptoms like vaginal infections (e.g., BV, vaginitis), recurrent UTIs, yeast infections, and even STIs, along with conditions like endometriosis and PCOS, are closely linked to disruptions in vaginal bacterial colonization. These issues are more prevalent in women with an imbalanced vaginal microbiome. Unfortunately, these symptoms increase the risk of infertility, primarily due to the hindrance or prevention of sperm transfer by pathogenic agents. Purposefully cultivating a healthy vaginal flora is a valuable strategy to mitigate the risks of these conditions and enhance fertility.
Existing or Extinguished Symptoms
Experiencing vaginal symptoms like unusual discharge, burning, itching, odor, low libido, vaginal dryness or irritation often signifies an imbalance in the vaginal flora. These symptoms indicate that your body is in a suboptimal condition, and it is essential to introduce the appropriate healthy bacterial strains to restore balance, creating a healthy foundation for pregnancy.
Lifestyle choices undeniably exert a significant influence on vaginal health and the well-being of the microbiome. Scientific research has already confirmed that smoking, obesity, regular alcohol consumption, excessive stress-levels and also intense exercise all detrimentally affect the vaginal microbiome and, consequently, vaginal health. These effects often go unnoticed but can manifest in reproductive health issues. Hence, we advocate adopting a healthy lifestyle and fortifying a robust vaginal microbiome through our carefully designed vaginal probiotics.
Use of Antibiotics
Antibiotics play a crucial role in combatting bacterial infections, particularly in cases of prolonged or severe infections. However, scientific research is increasingly emphasizing an alternative approach to antibiotics, which involves establishing important and beneficial bacterial strains. These beneficial strains, in turn, inhibit the growth and establishment of harmful pathogens.
The drawback of antibiotic use is that it indiscriminately targets both good and bad bacteria. Consequently, the vaginal microbiome becomes disrupted and requires a "rebuilding" of its flora. Our vaginal probiotics provide the vital components for reconstructing and maintaining a healthy vaginal flora, laying a solid foundation for fertility.
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Of the vaginal flora is balanced through bacteria in our probiotics