Origen Male Fertility

60 tables | Extended Release | Food Supplement with herbal ingredients & vitamins that contributes to normal fertility and reproduction.*

*EFSA-Commission Regulation (EU) No 432/2012 if 16 May 2012.
Official Journal of the European Union

Does not contain allergens, gluten, lactose , GMOs, artificial colors, tastes or preservatives. Suitable for vegans and vegetarians.

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Infertility refers to a problem of the reproductive system that results in a couple not being able to conceive (ie achieving a pregnancy), or a pregnancy coming to an end. The definition accepted according to the World Health Organization characterizes a couple as infertile in the absence of conception after at least one year of regular intercourse, without the use of contraceptive methods. Regular intercourse refers to a frequency of intercourse of two to three times a week. The period of one year is reduced to six months when the woman is over 35 years old. [1] Infertility is not a new situation, but it seems to have increased in rates over the last few decades. Internationally, 15% of couples of reproductive age (estimated at 50-80 million people) have a fertility problem. [2]

In Greece, it is estimated that there is a higher rate of infertility (18-20%), a finding that is attributed to the high frequency of gynecological problems (eg uterine adhesions, fallopian tube occlusions), a result of limited sexual education of young people (multiple abortions, low rate use of the contraceptive pills or condoms, a large number of pelvic inflammations) in combination with the fact that today the Greek woman conceives at an older age. There are a wide variety of factors that can affect a couple’s fertility. The presence of one of these factors does not exclude the existence of another in the same pair, while one factor may have a different importance in each couple. For this reason we should consider to investigate and treat infertility as a problem of the couple and not of one or the other partner individually. 40% of infertility cases are due to the male, 40% to the female while 20% are related to problems that exist in both. In some cases, the causes of infertility remain unclear. This condition affects 10-15% of infertile couples and is known as unexplained infertility. Although a complete screening of both male and female proves to be perfectly normal, unexplained fertility problems are likely to be a combination of various, minor factors. The good news is that couples with unexplained infertility have the highest rates of normal (spontaneous) pregnancy among all infertile couples. [3-5].

Origen Male Fertility is a food supplement containing vitamins and herbal extracts which, according to EFSA health claims, contribute to normal fertility and reproduction [6].

Does not contain:
Allergens, gluten, lactose , GMOs, artificial colors, tastes or preservatives. Suitable for vegans and vegetarians.

Available in packs of 60 tablets that last 1 month.

1 tablet, twice a day with meals (preferably morning and evening) or as directed by a healthcare professional. Origen male fertility should be taken regularly for a period of at least 3 months. Its use can and should continue until conception takes place.


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