Condensyl - FAQs

What is Condensyl?

Condensyl is a dietary supplement that supports our body’s natural protective antioxidant system by providing our bodies with everything they need to optimise sperm or egg quality.

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Condensyl helps our bodies to combat ‘oxidative damage’ which can be harmful to sperm and eggs, and is caused by factors such as pollution, smoking, diet and alcohol.

Impryl is the latest product from the manufacturers of the much loved Condensyl. It has all the essential micronutrients found in Condensyl, but in an activated form.

Your body needs to convert some micronutrients into an activated form to be able to benefit from them. As the micronutrients in Impryl are already in an activated form, it is much easier for your body to reap the benefits.

How often do I take Condensyl?

You simply take one tablet a day on an empty stomach. You can take Condensyl at any time of day, although it is recommended to take it at the same time each day, if possible.

Can both men and women take Condensyl?

Yes. Both men and women can take Condensyl.

How long should I take Condensyl?

To optimise sperm and egg quality men and women should take it for at least 4 months before trying to conceive and should continue taking it until conception.

Women should take Condensyl for at least 3 months and continue until conception.

What are the active ingredients in Condensyl?

 A list of the active ingredients in Condensyl are below:

 Ingredient per day (1 tablet) % NRV
N-acetyl-cysteine 250 mg
Opuntia powder 100 mg
Niacin (Vit. B3) 16 mg 100
Zinc 12.5 mg 125
Vitamin E 12 mg 100
Riboflavin (Vit. B2) 1.4 mg 100
Vitamin B6 1.4 mg 100
Folic acid (Vit. B9) 400 mcg 200
Vitamin B12 2.5 mcg 100

NRV: nutrient reference value according to Reg. (EU) n. 1169/2011.

What should I do if I forget to take Condensyl?

Don’t worry if you forget to take a tablet, simply take your next tablet when you would do normally. If you miss several tablets, start taking Condensyl again as soon as you remember. There is no need to take any extra tablets to compensate.

Can I take Condensyl together with other dietary supplements?

It is always best to consult your doctor or pharmacist if you suffer from an underlying medical condition, or if you are taking any other medication or complementary therapy, before taking Condensyl.

It is important not to take Condensyl together with strong direct antioxidants including vitamin C, CoQ10, ubiquinol and selenium.  Whilst taking Condensyl, no added benefit is expected through the use of additional antioxidants.

Condensyl contains 400mcg folic acid. No further folic acid is required when taking Condensyl. 

Do I need a prescription for Condensyl?

Condensyl is a dietary supplement and therefore you can buy Condensyl without a medical prescription. However, if you have a fertility problem, or are under specialist care, we recommend that you have a chat with your doctor before taking Condensyl.

Are there any side-effects?

At the recommended dose of one tablet per day, there are currently no known side-effects.


Last updated: 23.07.18