It’s shocking. About 25% of the population suffers from infertility. But the exciting news is, regardless of your fertility, you can still have a bouncing beautiful baby to call your own. And it’s certainly possible to get pregnant despite endometriosis, diminished ovarian reserve, ovulation disorders, and low progesterone level – or your partner having a low sperm count. More over, it’s feasible even without drugs, surgery, or exorbitantly priced fertility treatments.
You can enhance your fertility with nutrition and natural methods. One of the chief reasons why women have infertility disorders is due to nutrition deficiencies and eating habits. Some people are more prone to various nutritional deficiencies than others. Thus the way you eat, and what you eat is vital to consider. Your digestive capacity and diet plays a key role in causing hormonal imbalances. That said, it’s essential you eat a healthy diet and observe healthy eating patterns as a starting point.
In particular, recent research suggests that long-term consumption of foods sprayed with the herbicide Roundup and GM (genetically modified) corn may trigger hormonal imbalance. Estrogen and testosterone are the two key players in one’s fertility. In this study, rats fed corn genetically modified corn sprayed with Roundup resulted in mammary tumors and higher levels of estrogen. Of course, you’re not a rat. But many foods are sprayed with Roundup and are genetically modified. That said it might prove wise to avoid GM modified foods and eat only organic whole foods.
The sexual position you use may possibly act as a fertility cure. Experiment with various “conception positions.” The ideal scenario is to be in such a position that your partner’s sperm is delivered as close as possible to your cervix. On that basis, avoid sex while you stand, sit, or with the woman on top.
The next step for inducing a fertility cure seems obvious, but it’s surprising how many people cavalierly ignore it. Stop drinking alcohol. Drinking alcoholic beverages may increase the risk of miscarriage in the first three months of pregnancy.
Similar to alcohol consumption, smoking may trigger miscarriage as it lowers estrogen and progesterone levels in a woman’s body. For men, smoking may cause low density of sperm and decrease testosterone levels.
Stress is a culprit too. Many people underestimate the havoc stress is capable of. For instance, stress may cause women to have irregular monthly cycles and affect hormonal levels. Thus your timing for conception may be thrown off.
The above is an overview of various issues to watch out for. For more specifics, Chinese medicine may help both men and women overcome fertility disorders and help cure the problems that prevent pregnancy. Many women, even in their 40’s are seeing results with the Chinese medicine approach even when doctors said there was no hope.