A wellness company has been accused by fertility experts in UK of duping women with false hopes of being able to conceive a baby, using their £250 drip. The drips are being marketed with the image of a baby in the womb.
Doctors have unequivocally rubbished the claims made by GetADrip.com , which is presently being looked at as one of the popular products in the wellness industry. The said IV rehydration drips provide no benefit to women in resolving any medical condition which they may be struggling with in their efforts to conceive a baby.
The British Pregnancy Advisory Service (Bpas), as well as the Fertility Network UK, has raised issues such as lack of regulation being at the root of this issue – leading to exploitation of women.
Source: The Guardian