Fertility Jewelry With Healing Stones

Fertility Jewelry With Healing Stones
Fertility Jewelry With Healing Stones

Monday, April 27, 2015


Conception and implantation can be a very confusing subject....there is an orchestration of events that must occur for a successful pregnancy.  Factors that determines whether or not a pregnancy will progress include not only when the egg is fertilized, but also the day it implants.  Read more:

Fertilized eggs attach themselves to the lining of the womb six to 12 days after ovulation, the research shows. In most successful pregnancies, that implantation -- the real start of pregnancy -- occurs on day eight, nine or 10 following ovulation. Day eight appears to be the most successful.

 "The risk of early loss was strongly related to the time of implantation," the authors wrote. "Early loss was least likely when implantation occurred by the ninth day (13 early losses among 102 pregnancies, or 13 percent) rising to 26 percent (14 of 53 pregnancies) when implantation occurred on the 10th day, 52 percent (12 of 23) on the 11th day and 82 percent (9 of 11) with implantation after day 11.


Monday, April 20, 2015


I'm so pleased to announce the new edition of my book which is currently available through my website.  This new edition has been years in the making and,the paperback and ebook are both now available.  I have included new research which has been conducted and published since my original book was written and there is more encouraging information to share.

Click here to read the updated Table of Contents and chapter summaries:

Tuesday, April 14, 2015


Carbonated Fertility Tea Is a Good Alternative To Soda Pop

I think there is a concensus of opinion that soda pop isn't good for your general health and diet soda may even be worse.  But, if you're anything like me, you like carbonated beverages.
  There's something very refreshing about them.  Years ago, I decided to make a healthy alternative to drinking soda.  Here it is:

Brew your favorite tea I use half decaf and half regular, half green half black tea.  If you're trying to conceive, you might want to consider a "fertility blend" (link below.)

  1. Brew your favorite tea - stronger than usual because  you will be diluting it
  2. Chill overnight
  3. Pour into glass half full
  4. Add Stevia  sweetener to taste (considered one of the safe alternatives to sugar)
  5. Add lemon juice to taste
  6. Add carbonated unsweetend seltzer...this adds the fizz
  7. Enjoy!



Friday, April 03, 2015


I've written before about how important it is to get your required sleep if you're trying to conceive. Here is an article from Psychology Today that talks about some of the reasons why sleep is so important, especially if you've tried everything else:

From the article:

• Missing your required number of sleep hours a night can impact your ability to conceive.
• The average woman (30 to 60 years old) gets only 6 hours 41 minutes of sleep during the work week, according to the National Sleep Foundation, when she really needs 7 to 9 hours.
• Sleep has a powerful influence on the body's hormonal system, which controls a woman's cycle and regulates ovulation.
• Too little sleep leads to low leptin levels, the hormone responsible for appetite and which can impact ovulation.
• Insomniacs have a significantly higher level of the stress hormones cortisol and adrenocorticotropic, both of which can suppress a healthy fertility cycle.


Wednesday, April 01, 2015


Pregnancy Over 40 Is Possible Even With High FSH

Many women over 40 who want to conceive "live and die" by their FSH numbers.  Fertility doctors frequently recommend donor eggs if women have an FSH over 10.
When I ran an infertility support group, there were some women there who were told they needed to consider donor eggs (interesting to note, all of these women were under 40).  Two of the women who were told to consider donor eggs got pregnant naturally (one got pregnant twice naturally).  As you can see, monitoring FSH is not an exact science.  The number can fluctuate and women do get pregnant even with high FSH.  Sometimes, high FSH can actually make women more fertile because their body's FSH rises which causes them to make even more follicles than normal.  I actually know a woman who conceived (and carried to term) triplets naturally at the age of 45.  This happened long before fertility treatments were the norm, but I imagine that her FSH was high causing her to ovulate 3 eggs at once since they are fraternal.

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