REPROVET female stimulates ovulation and egg maturation, prevents numerous complications and helps the placenta and fetus to develop properly.
Marrubium vulgare positively influences the sexual cycle in females, regulating sex gland function and hormone production. Normalization of sex hormone secretion stabilizes the functioning of the reproductive organs. Hormonal imbalance is the most common cause of infertility.
Vitamins…. B9, B6, B12 prevent the most common complications in pregnant females, such as resorptions, placental detachment, premature birth, low birth weight, brain and spinal cord anomalies. Daily vitamin B9 requirements during gestation are necessary because it is not sufficiently present in daily nutrition. Folic acid is responsible for many bodily functions, from embryonic to fetal cell growth. It’s important to note that most of the damage caused by vitamin B9 deficiency occurs during the first weeks of gestation, so preconception supplements are necessary. Vitamin B2 helps produce the energy required for the development of the fetus’ bones, muscles and nervous system. A lack of this vitamin can lead to anemia, poor growth, digestive problems and a weakened immune system in puppies and kittens.
Vitamin E improves the function of the sexual organs, normalizes estrogen and progesterone secretion, and contributes to egg maturation. Vitamin E is one of the most powerful antioxidants, destroying harmful free radicals that can destroy genetic material. Vitamin E has been shown to help increase the thickness of the endometrium (inner layer of the uterus), thus increasing the chances of conception.
Vitamin A promotes bone and dental development in puppies and kittens, as well as the immune system. In vitro, vitamin A’s influence is mainly linked to strengthening the mucous membrane of the reproductive tract, thus increasing resistance to infection and the negative effects of micro-organisms.
Vitamin D is well known as a basic component of calcium absorption, and is particularly important for dental development, as well as fetal bone development.
Vitamin C contributes to the absorption of iron and strengthens the immune system of mothers and fetuses.
Zinc is important for fetal growth, as it contributes to cell division (the main process involved in the growth of fetal tissues and organs).
Iron is necessary for the development and support of red blood cells, resulting in increased blood volume in bitches and cats. It is difficult to absorb sufficient quantities of iron from food to meet all demands. In the absence of sufficient iron, the fetus will draw on its mother’s iron reserves, often causing maternal anemia and exhaustion. The administration of iron supplements will alleviate this condition.
Omega3 fatty acids are essential for the intrauterine development of the brain and nervous system. In bitches, these acids prevent inflammation of the mucous membranes and have a positive effect on hormone synthesis.
RECOMMENDATIONS ON REPROVET FEMALE
- Reprovet female is used for a maximum of 3 months, followed by a break.
- In females before a regular cycle, it starts 1.5 to 2 months before the start of the cycle and is used during the first month of gestation, for a total of 3 months of treatment.
- For females with a longer break between cycles, supplementation starts 5 to 6 months after the previous cycle.
- It’s important to give REPROVET during the first month of gestation, as its composition can help produce a healthy, vital litter with a stronger immune system.
Recommended daily dose
For cats ½ tablet.
For dogs 1 tablet per 10 kilos.
This product is not recommended for human consumption. Keep out of reach of children.