Knowing whether or not to take prenatal supplements isn't always easy and we all have our own unique physiology and nutritional requirements. Almost all of the vitamins, minerals and amino acids you'll find in the Supplement range and other supplements can be found in food sources, but getting the right amount of these micronutrients to support normal levels of fertility, is why these supplements exist in the first place.
Whilst every person is different, there are a number of different candidates who could be ideal candidates for taking prenatal supplements, including:
Females trying to be pregnant
Females who have tried treatment for PCOS with unsuccessful results
Females with Cervical Mucous Disorders
Females suffering from Endometritis
Females who have had repeated miscarriages (https://youtu.be/7TmtJPpeiSo)
Females with uncommon (misdiagnosed) infertility
Females who tried to conceive with supplements for PCOS or multivitamins or hormones, without successful results
Women with irregular cycles
Couples considering IVF
Couples trying to conceive later in life
Women trying to conceive after a tubal ligation reversal
Less frequent ovulation, a decrease in cervical fluid, endometriosis, fibroids, and a number of other issues that tend to occur more as we age.