This is an interesting concept that makes complete sense. If NAD+ does turn back cellular time then one would think it would work for fertility as well. Here is an article that is not peer reviewed but has some very interesting information:
NAD+ 1 repletion rescues female fertility during reproductive ageing
https://www.biorxiv.org/content/biorxiv ... 5.full.pdf
The short answer is Yes. I believe most of what he talks about is with supplimental NMN.
David Sinclair has a chapter in his book Lifespan titled "Fertile Ground". He talks about things he's heard and read about women who have become fertile again, the old mouse fertility study they did which was replicated be two other labs and a study done on older horses (using an NAD booster not specified in the book) that was successful at restoring fertility "surprising the skeptical supervising veterinarian".
Dno440, very interesting experience!
What dosage of NMN and NAD+ are you taking, you and your wife? Sublingual, intranasal? And how old are you?
And how did you notice your wife became more fertile? Did she felt pregnant?
Thanks for all your information!
Very interesting and exciting for all involved.
It does go hand in hand with what we see as
“ Turning back the clock” by way of dosing with ABN products.
An exciting area for the future..Drdavid wrote: ↑Sat Jan 04, 2020 7:45 pmIt will be interesting to see over the next few years the research that is published on this subject. As that data become available protocols will be built. Until that time we are all guessing about dose. There are so many factors that go into fertility that a single molecule probably does not have all the answers.