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Monday, May 28, 2018


The adrenal glands are critical for hormone production and fertility.  They are located above the kidneys I have a page on my website devoted to a condition called Adrenal Fatigue But there is another condition involving the adrenal glands called "Adrenal Hyperplasia".  It can be treated, but it is frequently misdiagnosed as precocious puberty (where girls go through puberty at an early age.)  Read more:

CAH (congenital adrenal hyperplasia), a common yet often overlooked condition that can lead to infertility and a host of perplexing symptoms  — a hormone deficiency that leads to excess production
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of androgens. In women it can interfere with ovulation; in men it can cause low sperm count. In addition, it can lead to short stature, body odor, acne, irregular menstruation and the excessive hair growth called hirsutism.

 In younger patients, the disease is often mistaken for precocious puberty. “A lot of reports are saying the age of onset of puberty is beginning to get lower, so a lot of doctors dismiss the symptoms of early puberty,” said Suzanne Levy, acting executive director of the Cares Foundation, a research and advocacy organization for people with C.A.H.

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Sunday, May 27, 2018


Zinc Produces Superior Eggs for Healthier Children

Several new studies show how important zinc is to reproductive health. These studies indicate that Zinc may aid in the creation of a superior-quality egg that is more likely to be fertilized and produce a healthy child, as well as improve the future cardiovascular health of your child.
Researchers measured the concentration of zinc and other minerals in a maturing egg and found that zinc was by far the most important nutrient relating to the process of producing a good egg that will make a healthy embryo. In fact, eggs require a 50% surge in zinc uptake before it can be fertilized. No zinc, no baby.
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"Zinc helps the egg exit from a holding pattern to its final critical stage of development," said O'Halloran, the Charles E. and Emma H. Morrison Professor of Chemistry in the Weinberg College of Arts and Sciences at Northwestern. "It's on the knife's edge of becoming a new life form or becoming a cell that dies. It only has 24 hours. Zinc seems to be a key switch that helps control
whether the egg moves forward in its development stage."
For years I have given zinc to women who said they had trouble getting pregnant, with a typical "thank you" phone call several months later. Here is some science that proves the point.
Zinc works in hundreds of enzymes relating to growth and metabolism. While a woman may have enough zinc to get pregnant a very important question is: Does she have adequate zinc to give her child a best chance at future health? Another new study shows the extreme importance of this topic.
In this animal study researchers tested the effects of zinc deficiency during pregnancy and lactation on the future health of kidneys and blood pressure regulation. They found that a lack of zinc in these earlier phases of life caused high triglycerides, high blood pressure, and poor kidney function later in life. While restoring zinc status later in life helped reduce triglycerides it could not fully correct the problems with poor kidney function that resulted in higher blood pressure.

This study shows that zinc adequacy during pregnancy and lactation helps optimize the growth and function of kidneys. If a person fails to take advantage of this during development, the kidneys will be a weak spot in metabolism as a person grows older, leading to high blood pressure and higher rates of kidney disease.
On the flip side of this coin, an earlier study showed that giving pregnant women 15 mg of zinc per day resulted in children who had better muscle development between ages 4 months and 12 months. This indicated that zinc adequacy during pregnancy has a profound affect on the thriving ability of an infant.
Another animal study showed that zinc supplementation was able to guard against the adverse effects of alcohol during pregnancy, including still births and mortality in early life. This is a significant finding. Similarly, there is another study that illustrates how zinc protects against damage to the digestive tract from alcohol. This is especially important since a young woman who is consuming alcohol may not know she is pregnant.
Collectively these studies point to the extreme importance of zinc adequacy before, during, and following pregnancy. Its use could have a profound effect on the future health of our nation.
 Guest Post By Byron Richards
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Friday, May 25, 2018


I've heard about Evening Primrose Oil for year to treat a number of conditions like eczema, rheumatoid arthritis, premenstrual syndrome (PMS), breast pain, menopause symptoms, and more. It contains the pain relieving compound phenylalanine as well.
By interfering with the production of inflammatory prostaglandins released during a woman's period,
the GLA in evening primrose oil can help to lessen menstrual cramps. It is also thought to help with fertility especially in improving cervical mucus which is essential if you want the sperm to be able to swim efficiently to the egg.
For men, EPO promotes blood flow.  The GLA in evening primrose oil can help treat a primary cause of male impotence; compromised circulation leading to impaired penile blood flow.
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Sunday, May 20, 2018


Alkaline Vs. Acidic Foods for Fertility

First the basics. Water has a pH (measured according to the potential of hydrogen scale) of 7.0. This
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range is considered neutral, as water is neither alkaline or acid. Any substance with a pH greater than 7.0 is alkaline, and any substance with a pH lower than 7.0 is acidic. For a human to maintain a proper balance, it is best to shoot for a range between 6.0 and 6.8.
The acid-alkaline balance of the blood must be stabilized via the food we eat and, as such, we must give the body a constant supply of potassium, magnesium, calcium, and sodium because these important minerals help neutralize the acid wastes that accumulate when we consume proteins, sugars, and starches.
Acid wastes can also be especially dangerous because they are believed to cause a variety of health problems and chronic diseases.

Tuesday, May 15, 2018


Pregnancy Over 40 and New Egg Supply

I've written about this subject before, some studies suggest that there may be a way for the ovaries to replenish their egg supply.
 The current belief is that a woman is born with all the eggs she will ever have. Read more:

Women may possess a hidden cache of stem cells in the bone marrow that constantly replenish the ovaries with new eggs, a new study suggests.

The idea contradicts long-established scientific dogma that holds that a woman is born with a complement of eggs that must last throughout her reproductive life.

The theory, proposed by researchers at the Massachusetts General Hospital, would, if confirmed,
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have major implications for fertility treatments, but at present it has many critics.

The researchers, led by Jonathan Tilly, report in this week's issue of Cell that the cache of germ-line stem cells in the bone marrow send cells via the blood stream, to the ovaries, which signal to the marrow when new supplies are needed.

Their work depends mostly on experiments with mice but they also cite cases where women have received bone marrow transplants after chemotherapy and unexpectedly conceived - the result, the researchers suggest, of receiving a new supply of oocyte-making cells from the new bone marrow.


Monday, May 14, 2018


If you've struggled with infertility and you are trying to conceive, you analyze and probably over-analyze everything going on in your body especially after you know ovulation has occurred.  When I was trying to conceive I obsessed on every little change that happened in the weeks before my cycle was due to begin.
Do you think you may be pregnant but you're not sure of the signs and symptoms? I had quite a few pregnancies before I had my daughter. Even though most of them ended in miscarriage, I noticed that
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there were some strange signs and symptoms of pregnancy. Even in my earliest days after conception, I could feel butterflies in my abdomen. I also would have sore breasts and tiny little waves of nausea. It seems crazy that such a microscopic change in your body can create such noticeable symptoms. When I ran an infertility support group, there was one woman there (who finally became pregnant naturally) who swore she felt herself conceive! Impossible? Maybe not! Read more about some strange signs and symptoms that you might be pregnant:
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Wednesday, May 09, 2018


Fertility Yogurt Tastes Like Ice Cream!
Here is a yogurt combination which I came up with myself when I wanted a healthy sweet alternative to ice cream.  All of the ingredients either help fertility or substitute other harmful substances.  I'm totally hooked and even though I'm not trying to conceive now, I still eat it every day.  For extra health benefits, try to buy the yogurt with "active cultures".  This will give you the additional benefits of probiotics in your diet.

Here is my recipe:
1/2-1cup Plain Unflavored, Unsweetened Yogurt with active cultures (I use non-fat, but some sources claim that full-fat yogurt....



Monday, May 07, 2018


Your egg quality may be determined a full 3 months before you conceive.  That is why it is so important to start treating your body right long before you actively start trying to get pregnant.  It is scary how many chemicals we come in contact with in the environment and many can harm fertility.  So what can you do to help rid yourself of these harmful substances?  There are natural ways to detoxify your body so you can have a healthy pregnancy.  Of course you will want to be consuming foods that can help fertility, but in addition to that, you will want to be taking active steps to cleanse and detoxify your body.

Wednesday, May 02, 2018


 Adrenal fatigue seems to be a common "buzz word" nowadays and probably for good reason.  So many people are burning the candle at both ends, that they are stressing their adrenal glands.  The adrenal glands are part of the endocrine system and are responsible for a number of hormones such as cortisol, adrenaline and more.
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So what does this have to do with infertility?  Everything!  For starters, adrenal fatigue can cause an imbalance between estrogen and progesterone.  Normally, there is a balance between these two hormones that help women ovulate and have a regular period.  They rise and fall in orchestration with
each other...sometimes one goes up while the other falls and so on.
When the adrenal glands are overworked, progesterone is moved from helping the body with ovulation and the menstrual cycle and diverted to produce cortisol.  This causes estrogen to dominate and then you have a condition called estrogen dominance.
I would have been a perfect case study for this condition when I was in my upper 30's.  I had a corporate pressure cooker job and I really had no idea how much stress I was under because it became commonplace in my day to day life.  I worked long hours, I gulped my lunch down while I was walking from meeting to meeting, and I internalized all of my workplace demands.  So what can one do to help your body's adrenal glands get back to normal?  This article has moved

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