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Trying to have a baby can be a stressful, joyful, emotional, and exciting time! Our Fertility Drink Mix is one of the newest ways that Pink Stork helps support you as you TTC. This delicious, Cranberry Lemonade Fertility Drink Mix provides essential vitamins and nutrients to support your natural ovulation, conception, and hormones. Key ingredients include:


Inositol is a carbohydrate, similar in structure to glucose. Most women receive the amount they need from fiber-rich foods, such as beans, brown rice, and corn, and some fruit, like cantaloupe and citrus. However, women with polycystic ovary syndrome (PCOS) struggle to produce and use inositol, which contributes to PCOS symptoms, like anovulation, irregular periods, and acne. Inositol can help improve insulin sensitivity, lowering insulin and androgen levels, which can in turn help improve the symptoms of PCOS. 

Vitamin B6

Vitamin B6 is a water-soluble vitamin found in turkey, oatmeal, green leafy vegetables, fish, brown rice, and more. It plays a critical role in maintaining hormonal balance, which can in turn support fertility. 

Vitamin C

Vitamin C can be found in citrus fruits, strawberries, cherries, potatoes, and peas. It’s a powerful antioxidant that supports progesterone production and, in turn, fertility.

Vitamin E

Vitamin E is a fat-soluble vitamin that acts as an antioxidant. It’s found in vegetable oils, nuts, avocado, kiwi, turnip greens, and some fish. Vitamin E increases cervical mucus in women, supporting fertility and overall reproductive health.

Our Fertility Drink Mix can be enjoyed in water or in your favorite recipes, like a smoothie or popsicle!

Sources: Healthline, verywellmind, fertility help hub, KJK Hospital,, Legacy IVF, Healthline

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