Fresh hope for couples trying to conceive

Declan Keane Director at ReproMed Ireland along with Pillar Healthcares Matt Ronan and Mark Whitney

Photo: Declan Keane, Director at ReproMed Ireland, along with Pillar Healthcare’s Matt Ronan and Mark Whitney

by Eilish O’Regan, Health Correspondent
Irish Independent 27 January 2014
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UP to 30 Irish couples who have problems getting pregnant are to participate in the first clinical study on how nutritional supplements can help fertility in both men and women.

The 90-day trial will see each couple taking the high-dose fertility supplement pre-Conceive daily and also follow a healthy lifestyle regime.

The supplement costs €170 for a 30-day supply.

Pillar Healthcare is working with fertility specialist ReproMed Ireland. According to Pillar, 12 Irish couples who have taken pre-Conceive in the past year have gone on to conceive.

It will be overseen by ReproMed director Declan Keane and his team. He said: “I strongly believe this clinically tailored, pre-conception formula is the most complete and comprehensive product of its type.”

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