Increase fertility, fight infertility: balance your hormones and get pregnant naturally

The mistake most infertile couples make is waiting too long to get pregnant. Yes, infertility is a matter for the couple and not just for the woman. About 40% of the cause of infertility is attributed to women. Another 40% are attributed to male infertility factors. Five percent is shared by the two couples and the remaining 5% is said to be due to unknown factors. Now getting pregnant is a natural process and every time a couple is labeled “infertile,” there is a problem. This is because Western medicine and its fertility doctors have few solutions for those with infertility. Western fertility doctors limit themselves to harmful drugs, invasive procedures, and aggressive surgery. All of these methods are useless exercise rather than fertility. Orthodox medicine has its limitations and limits that do not address the root cause of infertility in the first place.

For example, fertility drugs like clomiphene citrate (clomid) are associated with ovarian cysts and cancer. Yes, clomid can also cause multiple pregnancies and misshapen babies, if they work at all. Now, in trying to cure the problem of anovulation (not producing eggs), clomiphene creates multiple premature ovulations and a depleted ovary. The infertile woman needs a healthy ovary to produce eggs, achieve a healthy pregnancy and a healthy baby.

Another and perhaps the most important cause of infertility is hormonal imbalance. The reproductive hormones are FSH, LH, estrogen, progesterone, and testosterone. Hormonal imbalance is the underlying cause of all other secondary causes of infertility such as fibroids, ovarian cysts, endometrosis, endometrial hyperplasia, irregular periods, heavy periods, or lack of mensis. This is because there is a maxim in natural medicine that says, “for any symptom (infertility in this case) or complex of symptoms, there is always an imbalance behind.”

Of all these hormones mentioned above, the predominance of estrogen relative to progesterone stands out as the leading cause of infertility. This is due to all sources of estrogen in the environment and it gets worse by the day. These include zenoestrogens, plant estrogens, and mycostrogens. On the other hand, too many infertile women have low progesterone levels.

Remember that progesterone is the pregnancy hormone. Its name is derived from pro-gestation which means “for pregnancy”. So you need to raise the progesterone level and balance it with the normal level of good estrogen like estriol to get pregnant. Hormonal imbalance is a key factor in infertility that orthodox obstetricians have not addressed. Natural pregnancy remedies can remedy this situation and pave the way for the infertile woman to become pregnant.

Here are the steps you need to take to combat female infertility, stop estrogen dominance while balancing your hormones, get pregnant, and have healthy babies:

The infertile woman must learn to listen to her body and avoid all junk, processed, devitalized and chemical foods. Eat organic, non-estrogenic foods whenever possible. Any food that can stimulate fertility can cure infertility. “Anything that can prevent disease can cure it,” says Dr. Benard Jensen.

Therefore, avoid foods such as soybeans, commercial vegetable oils, flaxseed, carrots, dioxins, organophosphates, stored nuts, and mycostrogen-contaminated bread.

Aggressive cleansing and detoxification of the blood, liver, colon and kidneys. Bitters like gentian, chaste berry (vitex), Chinese bitters, goldenseal, and wormwood (also kills parasites) are paramount. This is because they also clean the reproductive organs. Then introduce superfoods like acai, avocados, mangoes, tomatoes, and green vegetable juices. These foods also correct abnormalities in the reproductive organs that prepare the body for infertility. It is difficult to be infertile when you consume the usual recommendation of five servings of fruits and vegetables a day. The exceptions to this rule are menopause and the underlying structural abnormality of the reproductive organs. Because food is not enough or chemically, all infertile couples need supplements to increase fertility.

Now comes the fertile nutritional supplementation. In order for you to balance pregnancy hormones and regularize your period, you need a systemic enzyme blend that contains nattokinase and serrapeptase. These enzymes work best with myomin, which blocks estrogens at their receptor sites in the ovary, uterus, thyroid, and fat cells. Myomin also prevents the aromatization of testesterone into harmful estrogen (estradiol). myomin also helps the liver detoxification work and cleanses the blood while regulating the immune system.

Along with hormonal balance is stress management. By the time a couple is labeled infertile, the psychic component kicks in. None of us can eliminate stress; we can only control it. The mind-body connection comes into play in the management of infertility. I prefer to call it psychospiritual infertility treatment. Emotions and hormones go together. And stress is very important for body balance and for getting pregnant. Large doses of vitamin C, astragalus, magnesium, zinc, and vitamin B complex (especially B6) are needed to manage stress because they balance enzymes (enzymes drive hormones) and are adaptogens that help the body cope with stress. Letting go and letting go of God, forgiveness and a positive attitude towards life are necessary to combat infertility. This is because the human spirit, soul and body are always taken into account when evaluating the infertile couple and combating infertility comprehensively.

The evaluation of the infertile couple should include factors of male infertility. We must not forget male infertility focused on sperm viability. Semen analysis is essential in the study of male infertility. All of the fertility foods listed above for infertile women are also good for increasing male fertility. Food supplements balance male hormones, increase sperm count, viability, motility, longevity and durability. Healthy sperm also resist anti-sperm antibodies (a hidden cause of infertility) in a woman’s reproductive tract.

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