Infertility is commonly attributed to the woman however facts show that for one third of infertile couples the cause lies with the male partner.
Not being able to have your own child naturally can be very frustrating and even devastating for many couples. There are many causes of infertility – genetic implications, physical or psychological problems, illnesses, nutritional deficiencies, medications, lifestyle factors, reproductive system function failures and hormonal imbalances.
Some studies on both male and female infertility have focused on the nutrient, Coenzyme Q10 (CoQ10), a substance that is found in the energy-producing centers of the body known as the mitochondria, and its possible link in improving fertility problems.
There are two main possibilities on the relationship of CoQ10 to fertility. One factor may be the major dependence of female eggs on CoQ10 for energy. The process of egg production, ovulation and embryo development in women consume a huge amount of energy and require high levels of CoQ10, which is involved in ATP production – also the major source of energy for muscle contraction and protein production. (more)
The Fertility Vitamin
CoQ10 (coenzyme Q 10) 100 mg