A unique nutritional formulation to boost cell functionality in females



Nappi Code: 722529-001



  • Fertipil Plus for Women is designed to increase fertility and improve reproductive health.
  • With an all-natural, non-prescription formula that brings together scientifically-validated herbal ingredients and essential vitamins, Fertipil Plus promotes female hormonal balance and reproductive wellness, supporting fertility and optimizing your chances to conceive.
  • Fertipil Plus is your fertility enhancing supplement and your complete prenatal vitamin . Fertipil Plus helps restore hormonal balance while supporting overall reproductive wellness.
  • Helps to normalize female hormone levels – Reduces chances of neural tube defects.
  • Improves uterine lining and egg quality – Increases chances of conceiving naturally.


  • To support general reproductive health in woman that want to conceive.


  • Take one capsule daily with a meal. Extra fertility support: Take one capsule three times a day with a meal or as prescribed by your Healthcare Professional.
  • Discontinue taking Fertipil Plus for women when pregnancy has been confirmed. For optimal results start taking Fertipil Plus for woman three months before planned conception.
  • Do not exceed the maximum daily dosage of three capsules.



Combination Complimetary Medicine: Western Herbal (Multi-Vitamin containing plant extracts)



  • Vitamin A – 1000iu
  • Selenium – 20ug
  • Vitamin E – 20mg
  • DL-Methionine – 20mg
  • Inositol – 50mg
  • Folic Acid – 165ug
  • Nicotinic Acid – 10mg
  • Vitamin B12 – 6ug
  • Zinc – 10mg
  • Manganese – 1mg
  • Copper – 1mg
  • Vitamin D3 – 150iu
  • Vitamin B6 – 6mg
  • Proprietary blend – 160mg

Siberian Ginseng, Red Clover, Vitex (agnus-castus) The other ingredients are: Aerosil , Magnesium Stearate

Frequently Asked Questions

How long must I take Fertipil before I can expect results?

  • We recommend taking Fertipil for at least 3 months before planned conception for optimum results.
  • Results may differ from person to person based on numerous issues like hormonal imbalances and physical health of consumer.

Should I stop using Fertipil when pregnancy is confirmed?

  • Yes, once you have confirmed that you are pregnant, discontinue taking Fertipil Plus for Women and take Pregnapil Plus instead. Fertipil was designed specifically to boost Fertility in order to get pregnant.
  • Pregnapil Plus has been specifically designed as a multivitamin catering for pregnant women.

What are the dangers and side-effects of Fertipil?

  • The good news is, because Fertipil is an all-natural supplement there are no dangers associated with consuming Fertipil apart from when you are allergic to any of the ingredients contained in Fertipil so be sure to have a look at the ingredients.

Is there a similar product that my partner can take?

  • Yes, Fertipil Plus for Men was designed with the intent to boost fertility in men.

How many capsules must I take?

  • We recommend taking 1 capsule per day with meal s if you are planning a family, but in the event that you need an extra fertility boost you can take 1 capsule 3 times a day with meals.

Can I take Fertipil during my period?

  • Yes, Fertipil is safe to take every day whether you are on your period or not. For the best results we encourage you to take Fertipil every day (in the dosages prescribed) until pregnancy has been confirmed.

Do I need a prescription from a Doctor to buy Fertipil Plus for Women?

  • No, Fertipil Plus is an all-natural supplement and can be purchased over the counter.

Where can I buy Fertipil Plus for Women?

  • Fertipil Plus is for sale without a precription at: Dis-Chem, Medirite and Alphapharm Pharmacies and at your nearest pharmacy! If your pharmacist does not stock Fertipil ask him/her to order Fertipil for you. Remember, if it does not say Fertipil Plus on the box, it’s not Fertipil Plus on the box. If your pharmacy does not have it ask them to order it for you!


Infertility is a growing global concern, and in these times getting pregnant is not only a challenge, but with growing concerns regarding pollution and harmful chemicals in food, knowing what to do and not to do to remain fertile is quite scary.

Stats from the Infertility Association of South Africa (IFAASA) shows that one in six couples struggle with fertility. Studies show that in 40% of cases where couples are unable to conceive, the “problem” is the male element, 40% is attributed to the female element and the remaining 20% is attributed to joint “problems” where there is a combination of fertility issues is the male and female collectively.

The main causes for infertility in women are:

  • Pelvic inflammatory disease.
  • A previous infection.
  • Polyps in the uterus.
  • Endometriosis or fibroids.
  • Scar tissue or adhesions.
  • Chronic medical illness.
  • A previous ectopic (tubal) pregnancy.
  • A birth defect.
  • A hormone imbalance.
  • A tumor or cyst.
  • Eating disorders such as anorexia or bulimia.
  • Thyroid gland problems.

Whilst the above seems scary, studies have shown that in 20% of cases where couples are unable to conceive there is simply no medical explanation.

This leads to the next question:

When should I consider taking a pro-active approach toward an inability to conceive? According to IFAASA three out of five couples conceive within six months of trying; one in four take between six months and a year. For the rest, conception takes more than a year which means that there may be a problem.

Whilst the above may sound all doom and gloom, sometimes a difficulty to conceive does not mean you are infertile and that you will not be able to conceive.

Yes, sometimes in serious cases you will not be able to conceive without being treated by a medical professional and perhaps even by undergoing surgery.

However, sometimes it simply comes down to a “fixable” issues like:

  • Hormonal imbalances.
  • Lack of essential vitamins and nutrients.
  • And an overall unhealthy lifestyle.


Enhancing Your Health and Fertility

Living in the 21st century is hard, especially considering daily studies which illustrate the dangers associated with everyday foods and activities, which makes it almost impossible to avoid harmful substances in food and polluted environments. The ultimate solution is to get back to basics, back to the things which have been proven to be beneficial time and time again. Ladies think of your body as an eco-system on its own. Our bodies are so complicated and sensitive that something minor can push the whole system out of sync. Our bodies need to be in prime condition to get pregnant and our body will only allow us to get pregnant when it can cope with the changes to come.

Whilst this may sound scary there is a simple answer – Fertipil Plus for Women. Fertipil was specifically designed to get our bodies back in sync!

So how do I boost fertility?

Let’s get back to basics:




How to Maintain a healthy lifestile

We live in an era where everything is rushed and we barely have time to consider our mental and physical well-being. So things like going to the gym every day seems almost impossible. What is however not impossible is managing what we do to our bodies on a daily basis.

Cut out, or at least cut down, on unhealthy habits

It should come as no surprise that numerous studies have shown that smoking and drinking (taken in conjunction or apart) causes amongst other things, low libido levels. Studies have shown that smoking makes a woman prone to ectopic pregnancies and is linked to an increase of miscarriages.

Get some exercise.

In our busy schedules it can be difficult to go to the gym every day, so if it’s not possible, make a conscious decision to take a walk a few times a week and to stand up from behind your desk and move around. Remember over exertion can also cause difficulties with fertility.

Learn how to cope with stress.

Whilst there have been no studies confirming that stress causes infertility, studies have shown that stress causes other conditions which can have the ultimate result of not being able to conceive. Stress for example causes hormonal imbalances which ultimately lead to lowered libido levels. Stress is also often caused by the inability to conceive. If you are unable to cope with stress levels, see a professional or get some exercise (something which has proven to be beneficial in coping with stress).

Watch your weight.

Ensuring that you’re not underweight or overweight will keep your reproductive cycle in balance. Your body mass index (BMI) should be between 19 and 24.

Meet with your Doctor

It is always a good idea to meet with your Doctor. Your Doctor could identify simple changes to your lifestyle or diet which could assist in conceiving. It can also assist in understanding why you are not getting pregnant. These reasons could range from medical conditions (which can be treatable or not) to simple issues like a lack of essential nutrients.

Review your meds

Some prescription medications may cause lowered libido levels, anxiety and stress, and in some cases prevent you from getting pregnant.

Check whether your lubricant is not prohibiting you from conceiving

Some lubricants can make sperm more likely to die before they reach the egg. If you need some lubrication to make you and your partner more comfortable during intercourse, make sure you use a lubricant which is sperm friendly.

Have a lot of sex!

The quite obvious advice is to have lots of sex! The more you try the more your chances are. It is also important to have sex at the right time whilst your partner is ovulating.



Zinc contributes to ovulation and fertility in women. Your daily intake of zinc should be 8mg. Foods which are rich in zinc include oysters, whole grain foods, beans and dairy products.

Folic Acid

Folic acid is used by the body to create red blood cells. This obviously causes your body to make more blood for your body during pregnancy and studies have shown that it decreases the possibility of a neural tube defect. You can get folic acid from consuming citrus fruits and leafy greens.


Consuming foods which contain antioxidants helps your body to get rid of unhealthy toxins that we consume on a daily basis. Fruits such as Oranges, Pomegranates contain high dosages of vitamin C and almonds and sunflower seeds are high in vitamin E.


Selenium is an essential mineral for fertility, working in conjunction with vitamin E, vitamin C, glutathione and vitamin B3 to help prevent free radicals damaging your body. Recent research has shown that selenium levels were higher in large, healthy ovarian follicles, enabling healthy eggs to be produced. Selenium is found in Brazil nuts, seafood, red meat, such as beef, lamb and pork.

B Vitamins

Along with folic acid, (vitamin B9) this whole group of vitamins is very important when preparing the body for conception and producing healthy eggs and sperm. The B group of vitamins play an essential role in the release of energy from food, regulating hormones and, in the case of B12, helping the production of red blood cells and in the processing of folic acid. Found in wholemeal bread and fortified breakfast cereals, milk, eggs, cheese and oily fish.