Friday, February 05, 2010

Trying to Conceive and Enduranz Capsules

First of, Enduranz didn't pay me to promote them. But I did have fun at the Meet-and-Greet Blogger Event with Giselle Sanchez where she was promoting Enduranz.

Secondly, I have a pretty good idea of just how invasive fertility workups are on women. Usually, men are just made to masturbate for a sperm analysis but women get to be poked (trans vaginal ultrasound), injected, dyed (for HSG) aside from maybe having to take Metformin and also having to exercise.

And i'm not saying those procedures on women are unwarranted. I am saying however that it takes two to tango and men are equally stressed as women and are likely to have the same weight issues, bad habits and unhealthy lifestyles. So it really shouldn't be a surprise if men in their 30s may have testosterone-production problems already.

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Testosterone plays two very distinct roles:
~ Anabolic effects include growth of muscle mass and strength, increased bone density and strength, and stimulation of linear growth and bone maturation.
~ Androgenic effects include maturation of the sex organs, particularly the penis and the formation of the scrotum in the fetus, and after birth (usually at puberty) a deepening of the voice, growth of the beard and axillary hair. Many of these fall into the category of male secondary sex characteristics. (from Wiki)

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Many things affect testosterone (stress, health, lifestyle, diet) which in turn affect sperm cell health and production. That is where Enduranz Capsules for Men come in.

Enduranz capsules is a multi-herb FOOD SUPPLEMENT. Because it's made from natural ingredients, the effects are not immediate but there is little or no side effects at all. And the benefit is usually systemic, improving overall health instead of just targeting something. It's main ingredients are tongkat ali, malunggay, banaba and gotu kola. Just Google each ingredient and you're likely to find benefits for each one instead of negative side effects.

Enduranz is not like Viagra, which makes a guy erect even if he isn't making love. It's also not like Red Bull 'energy drink', which loads one up in caffeine. Because of its ingredients, Enduranz basically boosts sperm production, improves glucose and metabolism as well as blood circulation. Unlike steroids, it does not compromise your health, especially your heart, and there aren't withdrawal symptoms if you miss a dose or stop taking it altogether.

If trying to conceive, you can also increase your dosage at will, and again not experience any annoying or harmful side effects.

And even if you're not trying to conceive, you can still use it. One of the people i've met said that men who want to build up muscle mass use it instead of taking steroidsas they exercise.

The box says that IT DOESN'T HAVE ANY THERAPEUTIC CLAIM but that doesn't mean it doesn't have any therapeutic value. Unfortunately, men use it thinking it's like cialis or some other drug that will make them last for hours. Of course, they will be disappointed. Best to think of Enduranz in the same league as Circulan, Ampalaya Plus, etc. A daily vitamin, not a one-time wonder drug.

The Enduranz representative said its best to take Enduranz 10 minutes before meals since it has a better chance of being absorbed by the body and not go out as poop.

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Back to trying to conceive.

Like what I said, usually, the procedures women go through are invasive. And taking in all those drugs will have side effects (Metformin is a good drug, but it does affect the liver and even diabetics are encouraged to diet and exercise so they'd need less Metformin).

So if a couple is open to food supplements and herbal medicine, then i'd strongly recommend the guy to try Enduranz and the woman to take Moringana instead of downing so many Vitamin Cs, Zinc, Vitamin E and calcium supplements. Both are food supplements that may result in overall health without the side effects. Less costly too.

I'm not saying that they don't go through fertility workups. I'm just saying they might want to try Enduranz, or complement their workups with it. At least, the man is equally making sure he's in top form as the woman monitors and gets injected and whatever else. Surely it will increase the chances of conception.

Think of it this way. You, the woman, will prime yourself up to come up with one mature egg for each cycle, but meanwhile, your husband doesn't eat or sleep right, and is stressed from work. Come conception day, you make love, praying for positive results. But you get disappointed when your period comes and think you didn't do something right when really, your man's sperm count or motility is the problem.

Sperm count and motility isn't permanent. Your man might have enough when he gets his sperm analysis but that can change depending on his diet, lifestyle, health and frame of mind.

And that's really why I like the idea of guys taking Enduranz, should they wish to, because it will complement all the other things a woman does in pursuit of conception.

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Giselle Sanchez has blogged about how Enduranz got her pregnant. Her husband responded to the tongkat ali in the product.

So why not bring it up with your doctor?

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Check out the Enduranz blog for videos (especially that of Giselle Sanchez and Emil Buencamino's)
Testosterone and Immunity
Testosterone and Male Libido
Chronic Stress and Testosterone Levels
Boost Testosterone

5 comments:

Jonas Diego said...

Check out the video I made here: http://jp.fdlive.com/video/ZFGxPi6JvMo/Bloggers-Dinner-with-Giselle-Sanchez.html :D

mr. bhel said...

hi im 26 yrs of age. can i take this vitamins? and does it have enough b-complex, iron and zinc that my body needs..... thanks in advance

Grace Chan said...

woman can take enduranz with tongat ali?

Johnny Belogolo said...

35 years of age. Can drink enduranz. . ?

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