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Thursday, June 29, 2017

HIGH RATES OF NATURAL CONCEPTION IN "INFERTILE"

Pregnancy Over 40, IVF May Not Be Necessary

When I ran an infertility support group, I personally knew a number of women who conceived between treatment cycles.  As a matter of fact, I would venture to guess that there were equal numbers of spontaneous pregnancies and assisted reproduction pregnancies in all of these supposedly infertile women. This article seems to confirm my observation. Read more:


From the article:

With 37% of patients undergoing fertility workups falling pregnant spontaneously and as many as 60% of couples who had previously been labelled as infertile conceiving naturally at some later date, many experts believe that these miracles are the result of people rushing into unnecessary IVF and
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they are calling for further investigation as to the cause of couples infertility prior to IVF being offered.

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So what are the possible explanations for spontaneous pregnancies occurring among couples who are believed to be infertile, do the herbs and healthy lifestyles really work?

The first explanation lies in the fact that, both the male and female's monthly productive ability is variable and depends upon a variety of factors. The woman's age is a typical example, women in their 30's will experience a natural decline in her fertility often meaning that it will take much longer than one year of unprotected intercourse before she falls pregnant, of course after 12 months couples are considered infertile and sent for further investigation often leading to IVF. Another important issue is the natural inconsistency of each couple's fertility. For example, sperm quality and ovulation functions are influenced by many outside in factors such as stress, illness, or medical treatments causing, temporary, abnormalities to occur.

It is also thought that in some way one pregnancy could help clear up problems that had previously caused infertility, hence couples falling naturally with a second child after conceiving their first through IVF.

The occurrence of spontaneous pregnancies during the infertility work up is well known and has been documented in a study conducted by the World Health Organization (WHO), Their data illustrates the importance of a thorough investigation prior to opting for IVF. It must also be remembered that IVF is not always the only option, nor is it necessarily the best option for treating infertility. Other treatments including timed intercourse, ovarian stimulation, and artificial insemination, are important alternatives to IVF and we should be encouraged to explore all possibilities.

Apart from all the various lifestyle changes what else should we look at before opting for IVF, the advice from WHO's study suggests our consultants and doctors should first be considering other areas including:
o Adrenal dysfunction
o Thyroid dysfunction
o Weight loss
o Nutrition
o Surgical or medical treatment
o Gonadotropin treatment
o Antibiotics, anti-inflammatory drugs

from:  www.infertileworld.co.uk

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