Natural treatment of female infertility

Published : 03/25/2016 20:02:59
Categories : Hormons , Womens

What are the causes of female infertility?

There are many factors causing female infertility. Some of them can be corrected with natural treatment while in other cases, it will be necessary to resort to medical or surgical treatment.

The natural treatment of female infertility aims to correct nutritional deficits, balance hormones and improve reproductive health.

Female infertility is often caused by different factors among which are:

  • Hormonal imbalance
  • Polycystic ovary syndrome
  • Endometriosis
  • Anovulatory cycles
  • Physical impairment
  • Inadequate hormone production (lack of luteinizing hormone, prolactin increase).
  • Specific nutrient deficiency
  • Exposure to toxic chemicals

While conventional fertilization treatments are an option, do not always give the expected results and the constant frustrated attempts to get pregnant can be very exhausting from the psychic point of view.

In this regard, the natural treatment of female infertility, consists of a healthy diet and changes in lifestyle. You can bring amazing results in the level of fertility.

How to treat female infertility naturally?

Nutrition is one of the pillars of the natural treatment of female infertility. This is because the correction of subclinical nutritional deficiencies (decrease in the body of a specific nutrient which does not cause clinical signs or symptoms) can greatly affect the ability to conceive. This is because the body itself does not have the necessary condition to sustain a pregnancy. And this is independent of body weight. Many women are overweight and can not conceive.

As a consequence, if you want to increase the chance of getting pregnant, follow these tips:

  • Avoid refined grains. They contain concentrated ccarbohydrates that increase insulin and blood glucose levels suddenly, which is not favorable. Get carbohydrates from starchy vegetables such as potatoes, sweet potatoes, corn and many fruits and vegetables.
  • Increase consumption of healthy fats such as coconut oil, olive oil, nuts, seeds, avocado, egg yolk.
  • Select good quality protein with high bioavailability. Avoid sources that contain chemicals and hormones. 
  • Increase your consumption of leafy greens and vegetables such as lettuce, spinach, broccoli, cauliflower, kale, cabbage, chard, cabbage, Brussels sprouts and similar vegetables.
  • Drink at least 2 liters of water per day and avoid getting your liquids from sources other than pure water. For our body, it is not the same to consume tea or coffee than a glass of water.
  • Sleep at least 8 hours. This is essential to regulate the hormonal environment and avoid using electronic devices before bedtime. Research shows that low levels of melatonin and serotonin generate a shorter luteal phase (the period between ovulation and menstruation). Lack of adequate sleep also affects the body's ability to regulate adrenaline, cortisol and insulin. So if you can not go to bed early, at least, look for a nap.
  • Make exercise: it is important to do with balance because too much can adversely affect the ability to conceive. It has to perform several hours per week of moderate activity (walking, jogging, swimming) and a couple of days a week is recommended to do weight training.
  • Incorporate a dietary supplement with cod liver oil. It will not only help you conceive, but also is a good support during pregnancy.
  • Do a checking with your doctor and evaluate along with him, the addition of certain vitamins to the diet:

Subclinical vitamin D deficiency is very common these days and is strongly associated with infertility and miscarriage.

Vitamin C is also important because it is a powerful antioxidant and it takes about 2000 mg per day before conception.

Folic acid is essential not only to achieve conception, but also to promote the development of the baby's nervous system and neural tube. Folic acid promotes ovulation. It is necessary at least about 2000 micrograms per day. it is also essential to select a supplement with high bioavailability as is the Methylfolate form.

Zinc is important for proper cell division, a good sperm production in men and ovulation in women.

Selenium is a powerful antioxidant that protects the sperm and eggs.

Deficit of vitamin B complex is very common in people who consume a diet low in fruits, vegetables and fresh meat. If you want to optimize your levels of these vitamins, it takes a vitamin supplement that contains them. Adequate levels of vitamins B help increase energy levels and balance hormones and increasing concentrations of luteinizing hormone and follicle stimulating, both essential to achieve conception.


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