Optimising fertility and a normal reproductive cycle


A woman is born with all of the eggs she will ever have, but for the most part of her life, these immature eggs are in a dormant protected state.


In the 3-4 months prior to ovulation, the egg matures and goes through a major transformation – it doubles in size and requires much more energy if it is develop into a healthy egg.  It is at this precise stage when many factors can affect the development of the egg, positively or negatively.


Diet, weight, lack of certain nutrients, and lifestyle factors (such as smoking, alcohol and lack of exercise), can affect the quality of a woman’s eggs, her hormonal balance and her ovulation.

The fertile window


Ovulation occurs once a month, between 12 and 16 days from the start of a woman’s period, if she has a regular menstrual cycle of 28-30 days.


After ovulation, an egg survives for less than 24-hours, so it needs to be fertilised at this precise point. If the egg is fertilized, it will travel through the fallopian tubes and attach to the womb lining after about 5 days. If not, the womb lining will detach leading to menstruation.


Your fertile window is the days in your menstrual cycle when pregnancy is possible. Sperm can survive up to five days while your egg can only survive for one day. The theoretical fertile window is thus six days, which includes the five days before ovulation and the day of ovulation.  

Proxeed Women, the fertility supplement you can trust


Proxeed Women is a simple, safe, and effective way to support your reproductive health.


Proxeed Women’s unique formulation contains a special balance of  vitamins, minerals and energy-producing carnitines, to provide the developing egg with energy while protecting it from oxidative stress.


Proxeed Women works by:

  • supporting normal hormonal activity
  • maintaining the quality of  eggs
  • encouraging fertilisation, healthy cell division and the implantation of the fertilised egg.
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