Fertility Jewelry With Healing Stones

Fertility Jewelry With Healing Stones
Fertility Jewelry With Healing Stones

Monday, May 30, 2016


Infertility and Pregnancy Losses

Memorial Day is not only a time when most people pay their respects to our armed forces, but it's also a day to remember other loved ones lost.
 Many women experiencing infertility have had one or more miscarriages. This site gives some ways to remember your babies lost:

From the article:

Janice and her husband Bob experienced three miscarriages over the course of two years. After grieving these losses, they wanted to move forward emotionally, but they did not want to forget the hopes and dreams for these children who would never be born to them. So they decided one winter to spend time designing a back yard garden to plant in the spring. They planned their garden with three sections, each one unique in colors and plantings. Poring over seed catalogs during the winter, they planted some seeds in small pots indoors and purchased others in local greenhouses during the spring. 

SEE ALSO: WHY CAN'T I HAVE A BABY? (getpregnantover40.com) 

Once the threat of frost was over, they devoted several weekends to tilling the soil, planting the bulbs, seeds and sprouting blooms, and applying fertilizer and mulch. Janice, still hoping for a healthy pregnancy, kept herself at a distance from the fertilizer, as she offered suggestions to Bob. Both of them found the garden to be a source of pleasure and calm during the warm months of spring and summer, and as they weeded and watered, they found their own relationship strengthening as they were able to talk openly about their diminishing grief and their continuing hopes for parenthood.

Friday, May 27, 2016


Rose Quartz - The Popular Fertility Stone

Guest Post By Cindy Richie
Rose quartz is the fertility stone that holds the power of centering love, and for hundreds of years continues to be believed to increase any woman's fertility level, reduces any depression and enhances her circulation. Many women think that the power from within the earth which was used to form a crystal is still harbored within it, that it may be captured and used to aid in the balancing of a woman's energies.
This does not seem like a far-fetched idea if you think that through an average day, we're so easily affected by things all around us. Envision you are out one day and someone does or says something that you are disgusted by. A typical instance reaction is to be upset and have trouble calming yourself down. It typically takes some time to get back to center. Or perhaps it is raining outside, which usually gets a reaction on the you that is good or bad which makes an impact on you all through out the day keeping you in that certain mood. Very different energy surrounding you continually makes you react. Rose Quartz, like all quartz, sends its power as well, so if you're close to it, you may benefit considerably from the soothing attributes.
Using the healing powers of rose quartz for fertility naturally balances a woman's reproductive organs and so allows her to begin having more regular menstruation cycles, which often, gives her better and much more foreseeable ovulation, heightens her fertility levels and betters the opportunity to conceive.  Continued below:

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When a woman's levels of hormones are balanced, she is more vibrant, her skin complexion is better and she's got an optimal reproductive system. Always keeping a rose quartz near you, by continuing to keep it near your bed, or putting it on as a piece of jewelry, enables continuing use of its effective energies to transform the body into a more healthful condition. Some women have said they noticed the rose quartz for fertility attributes almost immediately.
But because it's powers are so strong is it meant to be taken to imply that should you not want to have children you ought to avoid surrounding your self with rose quartz, for all of its fertility properties. Actually quite the opposite is true.
Because you have been encompassed by the power of the rose quartz, you have maximized your overall health and well being and your body is now working at the most effective manner, rewarding you with an increase of vitality and energy. A far more lively functioning body makes a more youthful alive body and may slow down the aging process. Taking the necessary steps to avoid getting pregnant should always be taken when you don't want to get pregnant.
Are you trying to conceive? A fertility bracelet  can help increase your chances of getting pregnant. Beautiful as well as practical, a fertility bracelet  may be just the good luck charm you need to get pregnant fast!
Article Source: http://EzineArticles.com/expert/Cindy_Richie/604404

Wednesday, May 25, 2016


It can happen to women in their late 40's and even to women in their 50's!  The life force is pretty strong, and against all odds, women can get pregnant by surprise.  Here is a story of a woman from Australia who had an unexpected pregnancy at the age of 48:


from the article:

Staring at my doctor in disbelief, I couldn't quite take in what she'd just said. My heart pounded in my chest as I tried to speak. 'I'm what?' I stammered. The doctor nodded. 'You're pregnant,' she repeated. Shock engulfed me, those two words ringing in my ears.I'd woken up feeling sick and had a bloated tummy, but that was because of the menopause, wasn't it? My doctor had thought so, and we'd both had a giggle when she'd suggested doing a pregnancy test as a matter of course.
... I was able to take time out to relax, attending antenatal classes and pregnancy yoga.It was weird being surrounded by lots of other expectant mums, all so much younger than me. I thought people would judge me as my tummy grew, but actually everyone was really supportive"
from mums-club

Wednesday, May 18, 2016


Getting Pregnant Over 40, How Yoga May Help

As I talk about in my DVD, Fertility Bodywork, Yoga can help you conceive. Not only does it help re-center your body, but certain poses can help increase pelvic circulation. Here is an article about how it helped one woman:

From the article:

She underwent three unsuccessful cycles of interuterine insemination and was prepared to go to the next step, and attempt IVF.

But before starting, she realized, as she put it, "I am a complete mess. I need to get my body ready."

She immersed herself in yoga, which is more than a series of postures, as she explained, but a way of approaching life: from a yogic perspective, for instance, it is important to do such things as take the time to eat properly and get a proper night's rest. She began to research what she described as "specific yoga for fertility postures and approaches," began acupuncture treatments, consulted a nutritionist, and started to see an osteopath whose treatments focused on fertility.

Ultimately, she became pregnant without medical intervention. "If yoga wasn't the thing that caused me to get pregnant," she said, "it was the thing that helped me to pull myself together and helped me to carve out the space in my life to make room for a baby."

 from:  canada.com
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Friday, May 13, 2016


Fertility May Be Affected By Childhood

I always joke around and say that my fertility problems started in kindergarten.  It seems like every aspect of our life is affected by our childhood.
 Our fertility is no exception. According to this article, your conditions growing up can affect hormone levels and fertility. Read more:

From the article:

The researchers found statistically significant differences in progesterone levels between individuals who had migrated as children, second-generation migrants, and women of European descent, as compared to the levels for Bangladeshi women who had never migrated and women who migrated as adults. Progesterone levels for the first three groups were higher than those for the Bangladeshi women who had not migrated or who had migrated as adults. The age at which women migrated also seemed to be linked to their progesterone levels.



Amongst women who migrated before the start of menstruation, those who migrated at a younger age had higher average progesterone levels. However, this relationship did not seem to hold true for women who had migrated after they started menstruating.

The research team said in the UK women would have access to better sanitation and health care, and less risk of disease.

While higher hormone levels could increase a woman's ability to conceive, it could also have some negative impact.

The significant increase in progesterone levels might also in higher breast cancer risks in subsequent generations of this community. The findings suggest that early childhood is critical in determining the rate at which girls mature and how high their reproductive hormone levels are"



Wednesday, May 11, 2016


With nice weather upon us, more and more people are slathering on the sunscreen.  But, if you are trying to conceive, you may want to tell the man in your life to wear a hat and long sleeve shirt.  A recent study has shown that some ingredients in sunscreen can interfere with the function of sperm cells.


 from the article:

The researchers found that 13, or 45 percent, of the 29 UV filters tested induced calcium ion influxes in the sperm cells, thus interfering with normal sperm cell function. "This effect began at very low doses of the chemicals, below the levels of some UV filters found in people after whole-body application of sunscreens," Skakkebaek said.
Furthermore, nine of the 13 UV filters seem to induce this calcium ion influx by directly activating the CatSper channel, thereby mimicking the effect of progesterone. This finding suggests that these UV filters are endocrine disruptors, Skakkebaek said. In addition, several of the UV filters affected important sperm functions normally controlled via CatSper, such as sperm motility.
Skakkebaek called for clinical studies to investigate whether chemical UV filters affect human fertility. He added, "Our study suggests that regulatory agencies should have a closer look at the effects of UV filters on fertility before approval."

from: science daily

Wednesday, May 04, 2016


As time goes on, and more couples go through assisted reproduction, the scientific community is discovering that the fertility procedures themselves may put children at risk of genetic mutations.
 I know there are couples who have no choice but to go through assisted reproduction, however, it's important to go into any procedure knowing all possible outcomes. I was never informed of any risk of birth defects or pregnancy complications as a result of the actual fertility treatments (the only risk I was informed of was age related). It's possible these genetic risks were not known at the time I underwent treatment, but it makes me question whether or not couples really give informed consent. Read more:

The use of in vitro fertilization (IVF) or another assisted fertility technique called intracytoplasmic sperm injection (ICSI) to conceive appears to increase the odds of Y-chromosome defects or "microdeletions" in male offspring, Chinese researchers report.

Such deletions could result in defective sperm production and possibly also hypospadias -- a common birth defect of the penis that occurs when the urinary outlet develops on the underside of the penis rather than at the tip.

See Also: IVF Over 40 (www.getpregnantover40.com)

Although this study was small, it "at least sounds an alarm about the genetic safety of assisted reproductive technology," the investigators conclude.

Prior research has tied assisted reproductive technologies with low birth weight, preterm delivery, cerebral palsy, and major birth defects, leading some researchers to hypothesize that these therapies may induce gene mutations.

In the new study, Dr. He-Feng Huang, from Zhejiang University, and colleagues sought to answer this question by testing for genetic mutations in 19 male infants conceived through IVF, 18 conceived through ICSI, and 60 conceived naturally. The fathers of the infants were also tested. In an effort to isolate the impact of the fertility treatment, the researchers only studied infants whose parents had a normal genetic background.

Huang and colleagues found Y-chromosome microdeletions in one infant conceived with IVF (5.3 percent) and in three conceived with ICSI (16.7 percent). By contrast, no Y-chromosome deletions were seen in the control group.


Monday, May 02, 2016


Obesity, Weight, and Fertility

Most of us have heard that our weight can affect our fertility.   Being to heavy or too thin can be a problem.
 See also: www.getpregnantover40.com for other factors that can affect your ability to get pregnant
This article talks about a study that was done on obese women who were having trouble conceiving. It found that even if these women ovulated normally, they still may experience infertility. It adds more proof that maintaining a normal weight can help you conceive. Read more:

In the first prospective cohort study to examine the relationship between body mass index (BMI) and pregnancy chances in women who have no obvious reasons for infertility but who have spent a year or more trying unsuccessfully to conceive, the study found that for every BMI unit above 29 kg/m2, the probability of pregnancy was reduced by four per cent compared to women with a BMI between 21-29 kg/m2. Very obese women (BMI 35-40) had a probability of pregnancy that was between 26 and 43 per cent lower than women with a BMI between 21-29.

Dr Jan Willem van der Steeg, the lead author of the study [1], which is published in Europe's leading reproductive medicine journal, Human Reproduction, today (Wednesday 12 December) said: "This reduction in fertility is comparable to the increment of one year in female age. This study tells us that not only obese women with anovulation have lower chances of conception, but also obese women with a regular cycle. Given the increased prevalence of obesity, this is a worrying finding." The incidence of obesity is reckoned to be 12 per cent in women of child-bearing age in Western Europe and 25 per cent in North America

 from: science daily

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