Annuncio della partnership con Adia Health!

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Our mission at ExSeed Health is to address the 40% of all infertility, which is due to male related factors, and to break taboos around male fertility. We want to empower people to make informed decisions about their health and lifestyle. 

As the infamous phrase “it takes two to tango” tells, (in)fertility applies to both men and women. We’re therefore excited to announce a partnership with Adia Health – a company offering convenient hormone testing for women. Men are part of the fertility conversation and through this partnership, we’re proud to offer a comprehensive approach to fertility; one where couples tackle fertility together.

Tyler Christie, one of Adia’s co-founders, is equally excited about the partnership:

Exseed has really created a beautiful testing experience and we are really excited for our partnership together.

If you have read our blog post on the the sperm journey to the egg, conceiving requires both a female egg cell and a male sperm cell. We’re happy to be collaborating with Adia, who empowers women to take charge of their reproductive health. If your female partner creates an account here, she’ll get access to Adia’s fertility universe. For example, they offer:

  • a simple at-home fertility test
  • free access to a team of fertility experts
  • meditations tailored to IVF, relaxation, positivity, and other topics.

We therefore believe that this partnership will empower both women and men with personal data and make it easier for couples to take control over their reproductive health.

 

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So if you and your partner are thinking about starting a family, don’t hesitate! Order yourselves a fertility test each to tackle fertility together and to get support on your fertility journey.

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