– rejuvenate your body – overcome all types of infertility – improve the quality of your eggs – fall pregnant with a healthy baby – take control of your fertility situation – have a baby in your 40’s – prevent miscarriages – balance your hormones – relax and de-stress – determine exactly when you are ovulating – use ancient techniques to re-balance your body and mind – use powerful techniques to get exactly what you want – eat the foods that drastically improve fertility – dramatically increase your fertility with certain supplements – regain your personal power and many, many more benefits
Do you wish you could fall pregnant and have a beautiful, healthy baby? Have you been trying to conceive for ages and nothing seems to be happening? If you are reading this ebook, then the chances are that you have found yourself in a similar situation to where I was a few years ago, or, you would like to find out more information regarding infertility for someone you care about.
For many couples the heartbreaking experience of infertility is the first life crisis that they must face together. The realisation that there might be a fertility problem often comes as a shock as we never think it will happen to us, and infertility can be a complex and confusing journey.
This ebook provides information and tips on how to beat infertility and fall pregnant combining holistic methods with modern medicine. You CAN fall pregnant, EVEN if you are in your 40s or have major fertility issues such as high follicle stimulating hormone (FSH) levels, a history of miscarriages, failed IVF procedures, your partner has a low sperm count, you have endometriosis, blocked fallopian tubes, ovarian cysts, lazy ovaries or fibroids.
Don’t let age and failed attempts to fall pregnant discourage you. By following the methods in this ebook, you will be able to rejuvenate your body and maximize your chances of falling pregnant.
I was told by three different fertility doctors that I would never have children, but within three months, I fell pregnant and gave birth to a beautiful, healthy baby boy at the age of 40. In the following pages, I will share the things that worked for me.
I decided that I wasn’t going to believe that I couldn’t have children and I started taking action by doing research which led me to uncover natural methods to enhance fertility.
Western medicine wasn’t offering me any hope and I had decided I didn’t want to deal with insensitive doctors with bad “bedside manners”, and that I would fall pregnant no matter what.
The information I uncovered during my research, which I share with you in this ebook, made me realise that there indeed was a huge amount that I could do to prepare my body for a pregnancy, which many doctors do not know about. I began immediately, by changing my lifestyle, clearing my mind and refusing to let anybody or anything stand in my way.
Infertility is defined as the inability to conceive after a year of unprotected intercourse at the woman’s most fertile time. It can be more accurately defined in three different groups, namely: Primary and secondary infertility and recurrent miscarriage.
Women who have managed to fall pregnant and give birth to a child, but have difficulty in conceiving another child are considered to have secondary infertility.
Infertility can occur in both women and men, with a third of infertility cases being in women, a third in men and a third due to unexplained circumstances. Infertility refers to the biological inability of a person to contribute to procreating and can also refer to a woman being unable to carry a pregnancy to full term. It is a condition in the reproductive system which impairs conception.
Many factors are necessary when it comes to conceiving a baby, including healthy sperm, healthy eggs, unblocked fallopian tubes, the sperms ability to fertilise the egg, the ability of the embryo to implant itself in the uterus and the quality of the embryo, amongst many others.
Only 20 percent of all couples manage to achieve a pregnancy in the first month of trying for a baby. This drops to 5 percent in women over 40, at which age it can take quite a few ovulation cycles before a pregnancy is successful.
Ten percent of couples will still battle to fall pregnant after a year of trying, and this group is defined as “infertile”, although what most doctors don’t tell their patients when delivering the bad news is that it is often reversible and there usually IS a solution to falling pregnant. A lot of doctors also forget to mention that each cycle is different and that a woman could have an unhealthy egg or no egg in a cycle and the following month, she could have a viable egg.
At the time my journey into fertility began, I was in my late 30s. I had realised that if I wanted to have a child, it was going to have to be “now or never”. I was busy relocating to the Netherlands from South Africa and my husband and I had decided that we would start trying for a baby as soon as possible after having moved.
Unlike most couples with fertility issues, we hadn’t yet even tried to fall pregnant. Because of my age, I went to a renowned fertility clinic, for fertility tests, to see exactly what was going on with my body. I had always had the regular gynaecological check-ups, but I wanted to have more thorough tests, to be sure that everything was in order.
I never expected the bad news – the worst possible news, delivered early in the morning on Christmas Eve 2008 – “I’m sorry, but your test results confirm that you have NO eggs left, you are in premature menopause and the only options left to you of having a baby are either using a donor egg or adoption…”
I fainted from the shock and when…