I've heard that taking Britaxan algae pills can help couples to conceive a child. Are they worth a try?
Because Britaxan is not a drug that is prescribed, it is not regulated in the way that prescribed medication is, so it is very difficult to verify if it can in fact aid conception. Before taking Britaxan it would be best to seek medical advice, especially when trying to conceive, as your doctor will know your medical history.
Britaxan is described as a natural food supplement that contains astaxanthin. Astaxanthin has been studied for its positive effects in the support of healthy eye functions, cardiovascular health, improvement of muscular endurance and immune support. It is important to remember that just because something is marketed as natural, it does not necessarily mean that it is, or that it is safe in all circumstances.
If you are trying to get pregnant, it's important to remember that not everyone will conceive when they first start trying for a baby. If you are finding it difficult to conceive it is usual to see your GP after about a year. However, if you are concerned about your fertility you could get their advice after six months.
There are lots of things you are advised to do to improve your chances and the health of the child, such as giving up smoking and cutting down on alcohol and caffeine. It is worth doing some research if you've not done any so far.
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