paul ryan

paul ryan

 

United States

 

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In the last twenty years, problems with fertility have increased rapidly. About 1 in 6 couples are having problems conceiving a baby. Also, about a quarter of all pregnancies may lead to miscarriage. To address the problem, many couples now consider natural and reproductive technology treatments to help them with fertility.

A Look at Fertility and Infertility

Why is it Happening?

There are many causes of infertility, including problems with sperm and egg production, endometriosis, the health of the Fallopian tubes, uterus or ovaries, hormonal imbalances, autoimmune conditions, and immune dysfunction.  Environmental factors are also reasons for infertility.

Is infertility a problem only for females?

Not at all. Even though it is usually focused on the female, research reveals that both men and women can have problems with infertility.

When are you diagnosed as infertile?

A couple is considered infertile when they are not yet pregnant after one year of regular unprotected sex. In general, 60% of couples who are in good health will get pregnant in a period of 6 months. 25% of couples will conceive from 6 to 12 months. If you have been trying for more than one year without success, then there is likely to be a problem.

What is Unknown Infertility?

This means that there is no medical health condition identified for the time being. Even so, if a couple is not conceiving after trying for a long time, something is preventing that to happen. Oftentimes, the failure to conceive is due to factors such as nutritional deficiencies, underweight, overweight, environmental toxins, emotional aspects, lifestyle habits, and overall health.

At times, the couples who are diagnosed with unknown infertility consider ovulation boosting drugs, or costly reproductive technologies without addressing the source of the problem first. In fact, successful conception should be about eliminating every obstacle and taking the right vitamins, minerals, and nutrients in order to produce healthy sperm and eggs.

What’s great is that fertility problems can be addressed, and the health of sperm and eggs can get better by managing stress and positively changing the diet and lifestyle habits. This also includes minimizing the exposure to toxins.

In case you are having severe fertility conditions than cannot be treated with natural medicine, you can still join the program to improve the outcome before any ART (Assisted reproductive technology) procedures you may need to undergo.

Factors that Cause Fertility Problems

 There are many different causes of fertility problems. For women, the fertility issues include hormone imbalances, which can lead to:

  • Poor egg quality
  • Irregular menstrual cycles
  • Gluten sensitivity
  • Diet
  • Poor Thyroid Function
  • Low AMH (Anti-Mullerian Hormone)
  • Polycystic Ovaries / Polycystic Ovarian Syndrome
  • Immune and Autoimmune Issues
  • MTHFR gene mutation
  • Occupational Toxic Exposures
  • Environmental Toxic Exposures
  • Ovulation disorders
  • Endometriosis
  • Specific Nutrient Deficiencies
  • Congenital and Genetic Issues
  • Stress
  • Uterine or cervical abnormalities
  • Lifestyle Issues
  • Cervical mucus issues
  • Age

In the case of males, the most common factors for infertility are:

  • Physical
  • Hormonal
  • Diet
  • Food allergies
  • Lifestyle
  • Specific nutrient deficiencies
  • Medicines
  • Stress
  • Age
  • Toxic exposure
  • MTHFR gene mutation
  • Sperm parameters (count, shape, motility)
  • Anti-sperm antibodies
  • Poor thyroid function
  • Intolerances
  • Congenital and Genetic Issues
  • Autoimmune conditions
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