What is Baby Ibis S fertility drug for women?
Baby Ibis S was developed in one of Japan's most famous lady’s clinic, Kanagawa Ladies Clinic, established in 1987. More than 12000 women were able to born their children there with the help of this clinic. Baby Ibis S is a certified medicine with proved effect and safety. More than 15000 packs were sold during last 2 years.
Infertility has many reasons, but surprisingly, many of those can be traced to two problems: stress and metabolic problems. Baby Ibis S tablets provide the following effects:
- support the metabolism at best level,
- normalize blood circulation in the body,
- balance out womb blood circulation,
- enhance the immunity,
- normalize female hormones, including polycystic ovary syndrome and oestrogen dominance.
Japanese doctors particularly often prescribe this medicine for the second-time infertility, when a female patient wants to conceive a second or third child, but is surprised to find it very difficult. Improving the hormone and metabolic balance is often the most effective and safe way to treat secondary infertility.
Safety is another reason of Baby Ibis' popularity. This drug is designed especially for women who plan a pregnancy. As it's extremely difficult to know the exact moment the pregnancy occurs, it's very important that any drug or supplement taken during this period should be safe for a future baby. Baby Ibis S tablets contain zero components that could potentially harm a child, providing extra safety for both mother and her baby.
Active principles: folic acid, organic maca extract, extracts of 22 fruits and vegetables
Amount: 1 pack for 1 month (90 tabs)
Maker: Kanagawa Ladies Clinic institute, Japan
Indications: preparing to conceiving a child, infertility treatment
How to take
Take 1 tablet 3 times a day with water, during meal or after it.
If an allergic reaction occurs, patients needs to stop using the medicine and consult with their doctor. If patient is taking any other medication or treatment, they should consult with their doctor in advance.