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Tuesday, March 27, 2018


The reason it's called “progesterone” is because it is “pro-gestation” or it supports a pregnancy.
Women with low progesterone may experience miscarriage or recurrent miscarriage because their body cannot sustain their uterine lining long enough to nuture their baby. During the menstrual cycle, progesterone typically is highest during ovulation. If the egg that ovulates is not fertilized, progesterone falls and estrogen rises causing the women to get her period.
Things that can cause low progesterone:

1. Stress – stress causes an increase in cortisol and through a chain reaction will decrease in progesterone – this is one reason women are told to reduce their stress levels if they want to conceive

2. An over production of estrogen can cause estrogen dominance which can throw the delicate balance of estrogen and progesterone out of whack

3. Age - Some hormones decrease as women get older

4. Adrenal fatigue – this can occur from stress, poor diet, and lack of sleep, exposure to toxins, long illnesses and even a low fat diet. The adrenal glands are involved with the production of hormones, if they aren't functioning at full capacity, this will affect your progesterone production.

Sunday, March 25, 2018


How can reflexology help fertility and getting pregnant?

Reflexology is an ancient art which uses points on the hands and feet to unblock energy circuits and balance the body.  You may have seen the charts where the foot provides a map to the body. There are points on the feet which involve the reproductive system and when these points are manipulated, it may help a women's egg production and fertility.  Many women and couples use reflexology in conjunction with traditional fertility treatments and for many, it improves outcomes.  Reflexology is something you can perform on yourself.  This is important to many women and couples because they've already spent quite a bit of money on fertility treatments and they don't want to spend more time and money going to a professional.


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Thursday, March 22, 2018


Sunlight and Ovulation

Getting enough sunlight can be a critical piece of maximizing your fertility.  The reason is sunlight can promote ovulation.  Supposedly, one reason why many people who go on vacation get pregnant is they’re finally outdoors long enough to get some sunlight.    Now, I’m not talking about staying outside all day, just maybe one hour per day.   You really do feel better when you get outside for a while – especially if you’ve been a workaholic, you may have forgotten what it’s like to soak in the fresh air.  I always visualized the sun ripening my eggs. If you spend most of your day cooped up in an office, spend your lunch hour outside or take a walk on your breaks. After I quit my job I would designate an hour every morning as my outdoor time.


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 Fortunately, I live in an area where the sun shines daily, but if you don’t, you may have to get out there when the opportunity arises.  For the maximum effect, make sure the sunlight actually hits your eyes.  The full spectrum light provided from the sun is important to maintain normal circadian rhythms and to re-set your body clock.  Sunlight helps regulate your sleep-wake cycle which will help with melatonin production.  If weather permits, let the sun hit your arms and legs for the first 20 minutes to absorb vitamin D.
Also of note is the findings of one study on light and women’s ovulation which reported:   “morning exposure to bright light in the follicular phase of the menstrual cycle stimulates the secretion of hypophyseal reproductive hormones, promotes ovary follicle growth, and increases ovulation rates in women with slightly lengthened menstrual cycles. This might be a promising method to overcome infertility.”[1]  Although this study was done with artificial light, it seems that light has a relationship to balancing reproductive hormones.

[1] Danilenko, K. V., & Samoilova, E. A. (2007). Stimulatory Effect of Morning Bright Light on Reproductive Hormones and Ovulation: Results of a Controlled Crossover Trial. PLoS Clinical Trials, 2(2), e7. doi:10.1371/journal.pctr.0020007

Tuesday, March 20, 2018


Debbie Hughes, England
 Dawn Brooke, England
 Ruth Kistler
 Anthea Burns
 Giovanni Ciardi
 Arcelia Garcia
 Antonietta Mellone
 Kate Fezigha 
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So what do these women have in common?  They all had natural pregnancies over the age of 50.   When I was trying to conceive, I always found it encouraging to hear about other women who got pregnant in their 40's and even their 50's.  It's actually quite easy to find examples of women pregnant in their 40's.  If you ask most people who have grandparents who were in their reproductive years before reliable birth control was available, many if not most will have had their last child over the age of 40.  Both my grandmothers had babies at 43.  For most of these women, it wasn't planned.  Even now with reliable birth control, the unexpected rate of pregnancy over 40 is second only to teenagers!
sure there are many more, but these are the ones that I could verify online.  If any of my readers know of other women pregnant over the age of 50 naturally, please let me know by contacting me through my

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Sunday, March 18, 2018


Pregnancy Over 40, Spring and Fertility

Since spring is coming this week and, along with it (at least where I live), some very nice weather, I thought I'd share an article that connects spring with everything from elevated moods to increased fertility. Read more:

Scientists know that when seasons change, the retina — the part of the eye connected to the brain by the optic nerve — naturally reacts to variations in the amount of daylight. This triggers hormonal changes.

Particularly important is the adjustment in melatonin, a hormone that affects our mood and how we sleep. As a result of light changes, the body naturally produces less melatonin during spring, causing a lift in mood, a reduced desire to sleep, an increase in sexual appetite and a need to eat less.


New findings published in the European Journal of Clinical Nutrition, by researchers at the University of Massachusetts medical school, have also proved that activity levels rise as the days get longer. After analysing the exercise habits and food intakes of almost 600 men and women over a year, Professor Yunsheng Ma found that most subjects gained up to 2lb (1kg) in winter; they ate lots of carbohydrate and exercised little. Come spring, however, activity levels soared and calorie intake dropped. It seemed that the only reason for this was the change in season.
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This is partly a psychological effect but also physical. Evolutionary biologists believe that our bodies are programmed to be more active as the hormone mix changes with more light. Released from the chemical messages that make us withdraw in winter, the body feels energised, ready to hunt for food and to give birth.

Spring is also the time, supposedly, when a young man’s thoughts turn to sex. And it is true that men are more fertile at this time of year than any other. Ironically, though, this is because levels of actual sexual activity seem to drop in spring. The less sex men have, the more they save up their sperm and the greater their sperm count when they do have sex.

Professor Michael Smolensky, a chronobiologist from the University of Texas specialising in the relationship of biology to the rhythms of hours, days and months, says that statistics indicate that sexual activity in human beings is much greater in autumn,. “When we look at couples who have kept sex diaries and single males who have kept their own data, sexual activity is rather low in spring,” Smolensky says.

This fits with studies that have shown conclusively that levels of testosterone, the male sex hormone, are higher in late summer and early autumn than spring, so that’s when men have the greatest sex drive and when conception rates are high.

But sperm counts do peak in March, April and May. Smolensky says: “In sexually active males, sperm count is affected by two factors, environmental temperature and sexual activity. When men are sexually active, sperm count goes down; when they’re not sexually active, they’re not using it, so it goes up.” That could explain Smolensky’s findings that there are more unplanned babies conceived during spring than any other time of year. There are more sperm around, so despite less sex, one’s more likely to hit the mark.

Spring not only improves our mood and energy levels, it can protect our teeth and bones. On the first few sunny days of spring many people feel the urge to take off those winter togs and do a bit of prancing in the sunshine. This is in response to the fact that for several months our bodies have been starved of vitamin D, essential for healthy bones and teeth. And we make it only when our skins are exposed to sunlight. We’re craving a top-up. 

Wednesday, March 14, 2018


Natural Pregnancy Over 40

I'm sure you've never heard of "earthing".  Earthing is just what it sounds like...making contact with the earth.  If you are trying to conceive, your body needs to be in balance.  Getting pregnant is a very natural process...you really are one with nature when you conceive a child.  Here is an explanation of how earthing may help your body and how the whole process works. 
From the article:

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Lightning strikes the earth thousands of times per second, especially around the equator. As a result, the earth’s surface is a plethora of electrons. We know that the human body is full of free radicals. They are enormously abundant in our bodies from the air we breathe, the heavy metals, the mercury, the Trans fats, the insecticides, the pesticides, the radiation, the sugars, and many other things in our environment.

So, the human body is a sea of chemicals and free radicals, and we need electrons to neutralize them. You can take all the good antioxidants in the world, such as CoQ10, zinc, beta carotene, lycopene, or lutein, but that may not be enough. You need more than just antioxidants to combat the effects of all the chemicals and free radicals. If you ground, you’re going to be soaking up these electrons, which will in turn neutralize free radicals.

Experiments have shown that grounding has several effects on the human body. The autonomic motor system calms down. There is a lot of influence on the vagus nerve, so there’s more parasympathetic stimulation. Cortisol dynamics improve. People sleep better. Inflammation improves, as does the thickness of the blood. Heart rate variability, which means irregular heartbeats, also improve. For the cardiovascular system, grounding is like a panacea. It does everything right.

Think about people who take a vacation at the beach. They lie in the sun and walk on the beach, getting direct contact with the sand and the water. When they get home, they feel refreshed, alive, and calm. They also say that they slept better while they were away. This isn't actually due to the time away or the lack of stress; it's because of the grounding. Grounding (aka Earthing) really does make you feel better. You can sleep grounded. You can walk grounded. It’s absolutely free, and it makes a huge difference. 


Tuesday, March 13, 2018


Elephants are frequently seen as fertility symbols, especially in the art and science of Feng Shui.  Elephant is also considered as a sacred animal in Buddhist traditions. Buddha is often depicted riding an elephant. Legends say that Buddha’s mother had a dream about a white elephant and got pregnant after that.
It is recommended to place an elephant in the West or Northwest direction. You can also wear an elephant charm (see the fertility bracelets here) which can also promote fruitfulness in the wearer. It is also recommended to put one elephant inside the bedroom door and another outside the bedroom door to welcome your new baby into your life.
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Elephants have been used perhaps the longest as a symbol of fertility. When pointed upwards, the truck is a symbol of good luck. The word for elephant in Chinese is written and pronounced the same
as the Chinese word for “sign” or “things to come”, just like your baby that may be on the way!  For this reason, people frequent "pair" the elephant with other symbols to encourage what they want to attract into their life.


Sunday, March 11, 2018


Pregnancy Over 40, The Light/Dark Connection

I frequently write about the importance of sleep and paying attention to the balance between light and dark on your body's cycle.
 This article does a good job of explaining the importance of light during the day and the earth's natural rhythms. Read more:

When you are in sync with the earth's natural rhythms and cycles you can boost your fertility. If you work against nature's rhythms as many of us do, then you may be harming your delicate fertility balance.

Your biological clock is intimately linked to your reproductive system by utilizing the same hormones that trigger ovulation and sperm maturation. Therefore both women and men are affected by respecting or ignoring their natural rhythms.

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Importance of Bright Light

Getting adequate sunlight or other full spectrum light during the day is key to optimum fertility for many reasons. Vitamin D is created in our bodies when we are exposed to sunlight and Vitamin D deficiencies have been linked to infertility.

Adequate sunlight also helps regulate circadian rhythms which allow you to sleep better at night. Regular exposure to the sun also helps you maintain a strong immune system which is necessary to maintain a healthy pregnancy. Women who get more sunlight also have consistent and stronger menstrual cycles.

Finally, bright light prevents your body from overproducing melatonin which suppresses fertility. This might explain why it is easier for women to conceive in southern regions and during the summer months. 


Tuesday, March 06, 2018


Trying To Get Pregnant Over 40, Jealousy Toward Pregnant Women

Excuse my poor grammar, but that was a question I used to ask myself all the time.
 I would see pregnant women or I would hear of friends, family, etc. getting pregnant. I would always wonder, "What's she got that I don't?"

Your self esteem takes a beating when you can't conceive or if you get pregnant only to miscarry or miscarry repeatedly. You start to wonder if this is your punishment for leading a bad life, or if you're just not worthy of being a parent. I went through all those emotions. I started to view myself as some kind of "second class" citizen. One who has only a limited number of privileges unlike all the "first
class" citzens who get to have the finer things in life.

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I firmly believe that these feelings start a vicious cycle which can spiral out of control. Your initial failure leads to a negative mindset, and a negative mindset leads to failure. So what's a person to do?
    Know that it may take time to conceive. Just because you're having trouble conceiving now, it doesn't mean that you will never have a baby. I've known so many couples who conceived naturally given time. Know that you are not being punished and you are not a second class citizen. Some of the nicest, most generous people I've known have struggled with infertility. Think of this as a journey. Everyone will succeed on their own schedule. Maintain a positive mindset. There's nothing wrong with feeling anger and disappointment. Scream, cry, and get it out of your system. This will help you release the emotions that spiral into a vicious cycle that a negative mindset can create. Know that your baby is on the way. Let them come on their own schedule.
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Thursday, March 01, 2018


I was very surprised to hear the number of infertile women who have some type of infection going on.  Before you embark on expensive and sometimes dangerous fertility procedures, you may want to find out if there is some type of infection that should be treated with antibiotics.  That alone could improve your chances of pregnancy.  Read more:



Of women being evaluated for infertility, 40 percent are infected with chlamydia, mycoplasma or
ureaplasma, as are 36 percent of those with a previous history of uterine infection and 50 percent of
those with tubal blockage. More than 60 percent had evidence of a past infection (9). The more partners you have, the more likely you are to be infected (10), although you can be infected by one contact (11). An infection can prevent pregnancy by blocking the uterine tubes (12,13,14). It can damage sperm (14A), so they can't swim toward the egg (15), and it can cause abortions, premature birth and low birth weight (16,26,27,28,29). Infected people may have burning on urination, discomfort when the bladder is full or an urgency to void. Women may have only spotting between periods (17).
from:  www.drmirkin.com

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