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Posted May 29, 2021

FDA, FTC Warns Five Sellers of "Infertility" Supplements

The FDA and FTC (Federal Trade Commission) sent warning letters to the following five companies in May for illegally selling dietary supplements promoted with claims to treat infertility and other reproductive health issues:

In a news release about the warning letters, FDA's Associate Commissioner for Regulatory Affairs, Judy McMeekin, Pharm.D., stated, "Dietary supplements that claim to cure, treat or prevent infertility and other reproductive health conditions can potentially harm consumers who use these products instead of seeking effective treatments, such as FDA-approved drugs or assisted reproductive technology."

The agency also advised consumers to talk to their doctor, pharmacist, or health care provider before deciding buy or use any dietary supplement, noting that supplements may interact with medicines or other supplements, and, that if dietary supplement claims "sound too good to be true, they probably are."

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FDA, FTC Warn Five Companies Illegally Selling Dietary Supplements Claiming to Treat Infertility

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