Fertility Jewelry With Healing Stones

Fertility Jewelry With Healing Stones
Fertility Jewelry With Healing Stones

Monday, August 31, 2015


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SEE ALSO: FOODS FOR FERTILITY (getpregnantover40.com)

Here are some of the many benefits of cabbage as it relates to fertility from the following site:

Vitamin E:
It is a vital component for the good health of hair and skin. It not only treats skin problems but also has anti-aging properties, slows down aging process, fights wrinkles. It is also beneficial in regulating menstrual cycles, easing the pain, aids in proper brain, heart, and eye functioning. It is also good for fertility and reproductive organs.

It controls high blood pressure, diabetes, asthma, menstrual issues, and heart diseases. It is good for pregnancy, and controls high blood pressure.

It helps in conceiving, prevents coronary and cardiovascular diseases, and reduces the chances of cancer. It aids in normal functioning of brain and nervous system. Intake of folic acid can treat arthritis and bone problems, reduces the risk of skin infections and increases fertility in men and women. It is also good for women going through menopause. 

Other uses include properties like antioxidants which fight with free radicals and prevent cell damage and anti-inflammatory characteristics that help to reduce swelling, redness, and inflammation. 
 excerpted from:  homeremedies.ygoy.com/

Tuesday, August 25, 2015


If you've been trying to conceive for more than a year and you're not having success, you may be in a place of anger and feeling the unfairness of what life has dished out to you.  You probably are feeling unworthy and "less than" everyone else who seems to be able to get pregnant with no problem.  If you believe in the law of attraction, this can be a big problem in bringing a baby into your life.

(see my website here for more on meditation and visualization - getpregnantover40.com) 

The law of attraction basically says that you will attract to you that which you are.  So if you are feeling down, angry, jealous and basically unworthy, you will attract more of that to yourself.  As hard as it may seem, you need to change your mindset and subsequently your "vibration" to a more positive place.  One of the ways I accomplished this was through visualization and meditation

Even though I went through a six year journey with infertility and miscarriage, somehow I was able to see my baby in my life.  I could feel her hovering over me.  When I visualized, I could see me feeding her, playing with her and how happy I was.  Yes, I did all of this while experiencing a grueling journey of miscarriage, ectopic pregnancy and surgery.  When I visualized, I would find myself smiling.  It didn't always take away the hurt during other times of the day, but those moments of happiness and relief went a long way.  The positive thoughts are more powerful than the negative ones.

I also found it helpful to get back to nature.  Take a walk in the park (barefoot if possible to make contact with the earth) and imagine yourself with your baby in tow.  If you really want to attract something into your life, you need to behave as if you already have it.   I even remember taking long walks and repeating with each step "I am going to have a baby", or "I have a baby".  I don't always know how it works, all I know is that it does.  Give it a try, you will find immediate relief when you change your pregnancy mindset.

Friday, August 21, 2015


Pregnancy Over 40, Pregnant At 45 Naturally

It seems like we're always hearing about how hard it is to get pregnant over 40, and I'm sure for some it is.
 However, there's quite a few women over the age of 40 who get pregnant by accident. Here is an article about a 45 year old who found herself unexpectedly expecting. The article also talks about some of the pregnancy statistics and pregnancy termination statistics for British women over 40 (and even 50). Read more:

A few weeks ago it was revealed that the number of British women giving birth at 45-plus has more than doubled over the past decade: the figure in 2005 was 1,177, compared with 586 in 1995. For most of those mothers, having a baby is a triumph: the culmination of a long, heartfelt quest. 

Read About My Pregnancy At 49(www,getpregnantover40.com) 

See also:  women who got pregnant naturally over 50 (getpregnantover40.com)

But that isn't the whole story: because not all women who conceive in their late 40s are hoping for a baby. The 2005 abortion statistics show that, of the total 186,416 abortions in that year, 545 were carried out on women aged 45-49 (the figure for women aged 40-44 was 7,459, and 23 women even had one at 50-plus). Proof, if it were needed, that not all women who get pregnant in later life are delirious with joy when a little blue line appears on their urine test stick.
excerpted from guardian.co.uk

Wednesday, August 19, 2015


Pregnancy Over 40, Trying To Conceive Over 40, Try Screaming!

One of the turning points in my journey to get pregnant was when I completely boiled over with frustration.
I was on the edge of completely giving up and actually did give up and came to the (supposed) realization that I was never going to have a baby. One day, I was home alone and I started screaming at the top of my lungs. I cursed the world, I cursed the universe and I screamed at God and all my guardian angels for abandoning me when I needed them most. To this day, I wonder how it was that my neighbors didn't hear me! The day after this tantrum, my throat was sore and I was tired and emotionally spent.


 But the funny thing is, I felt better. I felt like I got it all out and I felt like I was heard (by who I don't know!) As I discuss in my book, it was shortly after that I found out I was pregnant with my daughter. I don't think that was just a coincidence. Screaming really can help and it feels so good to just let it all out. Just make sure you have a safe place where you won't scare your neighbors!!

This article talks about a study which showed that screaming does reduce stress:

From the article:

London: The next time you feel like screaming from all the stress work is putting on you, well go right ahead and let it all out.

A new research has found that a good shout can cut stress by up to 25 per cent. 

from: zeenews.india.com 

Monday, August 10, 2015


Pregnancy Over 40 and Vitamin C

Another good reason to eat those colorful fruits and vegetables.
Many women who suffer from infertility and recurrent miscarriage may have something called "luteal phase defect" where hormone levels are insufficient in the second half of their menstrual cycle. Here is an article which talks about a study on vitamin C and how it may help with this problem:

One hundred fifty women with luteal phase defect seeking medical attention for infertility were enrolled in the current study. Levels of estrogen and progesterone were monitored for three menstrual cycles. The participants were randomly assigned to receive 750 mg of vitamin C per day or no treatment beginning at the onset of the third cycle of the study. During the third cycle, progesterone levels increased significantly in women receiving vitamin C but did not change in women receiving no treatment. Estrogen levels also increased in the treatment group but not the untreated group. Moreover, there was a significantly higher pregnancy rate in the vitamin C group than in the untreated group: 25% of the women receiving vitamin C became pregnant within six months of starting treatment, while only 11% of untreated women became pregnant in the same time period.
The results of this preliminary study suggest that vitamin C improves hormone levels and increases fertility in some women with luteal phase defect. Placebo-controlled trials are needed to confirm the benefits observed in this study and to identify the amount of vitamin C that has the best effect on luteal phase defect. Vitamin C is inexpensive and safe, and could be useful as an early intervention in the treatment of infertility due to luteal phase defect.

  from: (www.bastyrcenter.org)

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