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Sunday, March 26, 2017


Treating Infertility With Yoga Practice

Guest Post By Chris Ramos and Lucas Rockwood

You can obtain a fit and fertile body with yoga. Following a sequence of recommended poses, you can minimize the natural aging and malfunctioning of all organs, including eggs, uterus and ovaries. Yoga also makes it possible to increase your reproductive time. Exercise will improve performance of the glands, balance production of hormones in the body and stimulate the eggs to ripen and the ovaries to discharge them. Anxiety and worries, in a woman, disturb her hormones negatively and
result in infertility. Pranamaya (breathing exercises) replenish oxygen to the brain; this soothes the mind and body. Meditation on a regular basis unifies the body, mind and the spirit. With these techniques positive thinking can be induced; a woman stops feeling that her own body has betrayed her. Her focus shifts from mental tensions towards the stability and robustness of her body. This decreases stress level and facilitates conception. In this way yoga not only heals physically but prepares the mind to deal with the emotional trauma of infertility.


The reproductive area in the body is known as the second chakra, or seat of creation. Certain fertility-enhancing asanas concentrate on the reproductive organs and the pelvic area. Flow of blood to these parts is enhanced and energy is stirred. The abdominal region is softened and pressure from the uterus, ovaries and fallopian tubes is relieved. You can begin the series with Supported Headstand and Bridge postures. This workout will stimulate the reproductive hormones in your body. To revitalize the whole body, Child, Cobbler and Bound Angle poses can be performed. Wide-angle seated forward bend also holistically invigorates your body. Reclining Bound Angle, Lotus and Reclining Hero postures excite and unwind the second chakra, the abode for the reproductive organs. In the beginning if you feel that these poses make you uncomfortable, you can use props like a pillow or a folded towel. This will help you perform easily. An appropriate way to end this yoga session will be by relaxing with Legs on the Wall pose. You will make a 90 degree angle with the wall by stretching your legs up the wall, while your torso lies flat on the floor. Breathe and hold the position for a few minutes then lower your legs to the ground at a slow pace. Adopting this posture right after intercourse enables the body to allow sperm to penetrate the uterus and results in pregnancy.
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With the right attitude and constructive views generated by yoga, you will feel stronger and more certain of your body. You will be more attentive towards your wellness. You will be encouraged to take up a healthy and meaningful lifestyle; your diet will improve. Good eating habits and improved way of living also enhance the probability of conception. Yoga practice is helpful even to women in their mid-thirties, who have failed to get pregnant earlier, as it sparks the balanced release of reproductive hormones and promotes the overall restoration of the body. Fertility positions will also widen the pelvis and hip joints, improve blood circulation in the pelvic region, and even stimulate the
ovaries. A success rate of 50% has been observed in such cases; endorsing the fact that in many individuals infertility was the outcome of hormone imbalances only.
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Tuesday, March 21, 2017


 I love to share stories of surprise pregnancies over the age of 40, 45 and even 50!  Here is a story from an Irish news outlet about Author Kate Kerrigan and her surprise pregnancy at the age of 45.
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Author Kate Kerrigan had her second son when she was 45, eight years after she gave birth to her first son. “I had my first child when I was 37 and I was very much thinking this was the last gas station before the desert. I was in my mid-30s before I met a man willing to marry me. By that time I was in a panic to get pregnant. I had a lot of anxiety about leaving it too late.
...When I was 45, I got pregnant again. I thought I was menopausal and had gained a little weight. I did the test as a dare because my friend mentioned my thick ankles. When it came up positive it was a shock.”
 “We are led to believe that when a woman is a certain age, she’s not going to get pregnant. But it’s just not true. There are times in your life when it suits you to have a baby in your twenties or thirties and there’s a time when it’s 40-plus.”


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Sunday, March 19, 2017


 What is FSH and why does it affect women's fertility?

Many women who have seen fertility specialist will have a number of blood tests done.  FSH is usually tested to find out how the ovaries are functioning.  FSH or Follicle Stimulating Hormone tends to rise as the ovaries are declining because the body is trying harder to stimulate them to produce and ripen the follicles.  Some fertility clinics will recommend donor eggs if a woman has high FSH because they feel that their success rates will be higher.  But, do women get pregnant with high FSH?  Yes, there is a documented case of a women getting pregnant with a FSH of 143 (doctors
usually like to see an FSH of under 10 for maximum fertility).

Friday, March 10, 2017


If You're Trying To Conceive Over 40, Watch Out for Soda

With all the beverage choices out there, I'm sure many of you will drink some soda along the way.
 Think twice about over indulging - according to this article, some sodas can cause some pretty adverse side effects including reduced fertility.   When I was trying to conceive I quit drinking soda and made my own carbonated tea.
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After a few extreme soda binges—not too far from what many gamers regularly consume—a few patients have needed medical attention for skin lesions, memory loss and nerve disorders, all symptoms of overexposure to bromine. Other studies suggest that BVO could be building up in human tissues, just like other brominated compounds such as flame retardants. In mouse studies, big doses caused reproductive and behavioral problems...


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...Brominated flame retardants lately are under intense scrutiny because research has shown that they are building up in people's bodies, including breast milk, around the world. Designed to slow the spread of flames, they are added to polystyrene foam cushions used in upholstered furniture and children's products, as well as plastics used in electronics. Research in animals as well as some human studies have found links to impaired neurological development, reduced fertility, early onset of puberty and altered thyroid hormones...

...a study confirmed that bromine was building up in humans. Researchers measured the serum levels of people in the United Kingdom—where BVO was in use—and in their counterparts in the Netherlands and Germany, where BVO was not used.

"During this time UK citizens had higher bromine serum levels compared to the inhabitants of Germany and the Netherlands," Vetter said. The largest amounts of lipid-bound bromine were found in tissues from children in the UK, according to the study.


Thursday, March 02, 2017


Flax Seeds for Fertility and Conception

Flax seeds are a great hormone regulator and help with estrogen metabolism.  You should keep flax seeds either refrigerated or frozen because their natural oils can easily spoil. When I was trying to conceive, I would consume flax seeds in the form of flax meal (gound up).  Flax seeds contain something called lignans.  Lignans are phytoestrogens which, bind to estrogen receptors blocking the effects of the stronger more harmful estrogens.  Flax seeds are also a great source of Omega-3 fatty acids which help your body manufacture the “good” prostaglandins.   
Prostaglandins play a critical role in menstruation, conception, and pregnancy.  There are different types of prostaglandins, some are helpful and some are harmful.  Some prostaglandins assist the uterus and the fallopian tubes to contract which moves the egg to the portion of the tube where fertilization is most likely to occur.  Prostaglandins also surge at the end of a menstrual cycle causing
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the corpus luteum of the ovary to shrink down which tells the body to start a new cycle.

If there is an overproduction of prostaglandins (with endometriosis, for example) and woman becomes pregnant or is pregnant, this could cause the uterine lining to shed ending in a miscarriage. Additionally, overproduction of prostaglandins could cause contractions so powerful that the egg moves too fast before conception can occur.

In terms of getting pregnant and staying pregnant, it is important to help your body manufacture and shift the balance to good prostaglandins by eating foods that create the building blocks for these substances. Specifically, you need to be consuming essential fatty acids since your body can’t manufacture these by itself.  Omega-3 fatty acids are particularly helpful.  The three main forms are eicosapentaenoic acid (EPA), docosahexaenoic acid (DHA), and alpha-linolenic acid (ALA). EPA and DHA are considered long-chain forms of omega-3 and are found in fish, fish oil supplements, and algae extract. ALA, the short-chain form, is found in foods like flax seeds.

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