As far as fertility friend is concerned, it’s best to have fertilization with an agent like Clearblue.
But, as far as we can tell, Clearblue’s fertility monitoring product is only suitable for people who are at least 65 years old, and its products have not been tested on older people.
The company’s website says it “does not recommend or endorse fertilization using an artificial agent that is already in use.”
The company’s founder, Andrew Hagerty, says Clearblue is a natural fertilizer.
But when we spoke with him last week, he said the company had tested fertilization on people older than 65, and found that they were more likely to miscarry than younger people.
“I think it’s probably a little bit of an exaggeration to say it’s more effective than Clearblue,” he said.
“But the fact is, they’re still better than nothing.”
Hagerty also says that Clearblue products do not contain any synthetic fertilizers.
“We don’t want people to feel bad,” he says.
“If we could just get the FDA to approve them, it would be wonderful.
They have the best product on the market, and we can’t control what the FDA is going to do.”
It’s not clear whether Clearblue or other companies that market fertilizers under the brand name Natural are still selling products that contain synthetic fertilizer, like the product of the same name in the U.S.
Hagery says that while Clearblue does sell fertilizers containing synthetic fertilization, he doesn’t see this as a problem.
“It’s certainly a possibility, if they’re testing it,” he told us.
“I’m not sure it’s the most prudent thing to do.
If they’re doing that, then they’ve got to go ahead and use it.
If you want to go to the next level, it’d be better to do it that way.”
Hangerty says he has no idea how many people have tried to buy fertilizers from Clearblue in the past, but he said that the company has been getting requests from people who wanted to buy products that did not contain synthetic materials.
“People ask for them and we try to sell them,” he explained.
“We just have to have a process that is going and it’s a fair way to do that.”
The Fertility Friend brand is not a new company.
Hagery was a marketing consultant to the brand in 2009.
His bio on the company’s site says he worked for several years as a marketing associate for the company.
He left Fertility Friends in 2015 to join the company as president.
Fertility Friend claims to be the only company in the world that tests for and provides information on synthetic fertilizing agents.
Hagerson says the company is now working on an application for FDA approval of the fertilizing agent called Fertilizing Friend II.
The application will be made available on the FDA website on Monday.
Hagerson declined to provide a timeline for when the product would be available.