Unexplained Infertility

Unexplained Infertility Unexplained infertility is one of the most frustrating diagnoses.  You almost wish something was wrong with you so that you can fix it rather than having no answers at all. You are not alone.  Some studies report that up to 30% of infertility is unexplained.  However common, it is still difficult to go through. We believe that you can overcome infertility by making your body healthier overall. Write to us for personal help with your situation or read many of the articles and testimonies found here already.   Share and...

Secondary Infertility

Secondary infertility is a confusing diagnosis.   You already have a child…why is it so difficult to have another one? Secondary infertility is even more common than primary infertility.  And it is very different.  You might feel guilty about your infertility because you have friends who haven’t been able to get pregnant at all. You should not feel greedy for wanting another child.  Your frustration is just as valid. Making your body healthy overall can help you overcome your infertility.  We are adding more posts to this section.  Please write to us using the contact form so we can help you through this personally.   Share and...

PCOS Polycystic Ovarian Syndrome

PCOS Polycystic Ovarian Syndrome (PCOS) is one of the most common hormonal diseases affecting reproductive-aged women. Unfortunately, it is also the most under-diagnosed. Causes of Ovarian Cysts: Hormonal imbalance Hypothyroidism Dietary factors Genetic predispostion Cigarette smoking Psycological / emotional / sociological influences What symptoms may occur: Abdominal fullness or heaviness Pressure on the rectum or bladder Pelvic pain during intercourse Nausea, vomiting, breast tenderness A pelvic exam or ultrasound can determine the presence of cysts or polycystic ovaries. Alternative medicine therapies: Acupuncture Castor oil packs Dietary changes Herbal medicine Homeopathy Natural progesterone therapy (see shutdown/cleansing section Nutritional supplements Sitz baths Linked pages to help you overcome PCOS are coming soon. Thank you for your patience. This page is currently under construction. Share and...

Dysmenorrhea

Let’s look at dysmenorrhea, its diagnosis, cause and what can be done to help it. What is dysmenorrhea? Severe menstruation with pain and a lot of bleeding would describe dysmenorrhea best? You know what that means. Dreading not just the PMS but the actual menstruation period. What is the definition of dysmenorrhea? If you translate dysmenorrhea it would be something like “difficult menstruation.” Menorrhea is the bleeding part of your period and the “dys” is the hard part. What would be included in dysmenorrhea diagnosis? And. What are the dysmenorrhea causes? The first thing you want to think about is what part of your body is lacking and affecting the rest. First look at any hormonal imbalance there might be between estrogen and progesterone. The best way to do this is to have a saliva hormone home test kit which will test estrogen, progesterone, and testosterone. By first testing these hormones you can better tell what you need to do in order to re-balance these female hormones. http://www.wholefamilyhealth.com/shop/catalog.php?item=34 Using a non-invasive saliva test kit you are able to check your hormone levels in the privacy of your home. Click for more info about Body Balance Hormone Test Kits Read about Cycle Balance, Happy PMS and AIM Renewed Balance progesterone creams. Dr. Lee recommends natural progesterone cream to counter the imbalance of estrogen and progesterone levels. Liver and dysmenorrhea: It is the liver that regulates the progesterone and estrogen balance. Too much estrogen in relationship to the proper levels of progesterone and you will have excessive bleeding and discharge from the uterus. Liver imbalance is a result of poor dietary...

Poor semen quality, thick mucus, cystic fibrosis; what do they have in common?

Let’s start with the mucus part. I’ve posted a webpage below that may be hard to understand.  It basically talks about the the affects of l-arginine on CF patients.  L-arginine is an amino acid which changes the viscosity (thickness) of mucus.  This makes the semen a healthier environment. L-arginine has many other strengths having to do with the heart, digestive track and lungs as well. Someone wrote to me about her husband having cystic fribrosis and thinking he should not have children.  Wow, I  can so understand that feeling.  I also see that she was caring about her baby in the way we talk about here; ahead of time. The great news is that there ARE natural ways to overcome the large issues, like Cystic Fibrosis as well as the smaller problems like thick semen. These problems stem from the body’s inability to produce mucus properly.  Let’s look at that, shall we?  The same applies to women with thick mucus so pay attention. I immediately thought of l-arginine because I have a stood behind a product I carry for years for men with thick, acidic, unhealthy semen and for women cervical mucus.  The eternal search for egg-white-quality mucus. Here is an article below that is intense but if you just read slowly is a good one.  CF sufferers can benefit from it as well. Cystic Fibrosis and L-arginine article Natural supplements can be applied to infertility in all manners of situations.  Too often we separate the body in our minds.  We believe that the endocrine system and the respiratory systems are not connected, as far as needs.  NOT so. ...

Hormone Levels

Hormone Testing Kits available in our store LH - Lutenizing Hormone 5-20 mIU/mL (gonadotropin) signals egg to leave ovary FSH - Follicle Stimulating Hormone 14-16 mIU/mL (gonadotropin) stimulates follicles to produce eggs GnRH - Gonadotropin Releasing Hormone secreted by hypothalamus - control secretion of LH and FSH TSH - Thyroid Stimulating Hormone 0.4-7.0 uIU/mL T4 4.8-10.8 ug/dL T3 33-45 percent PROLACTIN 0-20 ng/mL TESTOSTERONE 20-70 ng/dL total adrenal and ovarian secretion FREE TESTOSTERONE 0.6-3.2 pg/mL sex binding protein levels may decrease with chronically elevated levels INSULIN 0-20 uU/mL increased insulin contributes to increased androgen by ovaries often the fasting insulin level is elevated even with normal glucose reading Hormone Testing Kits available in our store Share and...

Intro to Natural Progesterone Cream

Most women on the internet who are searching day and night to find fertility answers to infertility problems have read about natural progesterone cream.  Do most women understand the subject of natural progesterone, progesterone the hormone or what progesterone cream even IS?  NO.  That is my answer and I’ll stick to it. I have been helping couples overcoming infertility; naturally, since 1998.  The reason we have so many couples overcoming infertility is because we don’t spend time sprinkling invisible baby dust but rather, we teach couples why they are infertile and what to do about it. We are going to give you an envelope of baby dust free with an order but we are going to help you to feel great about what information you are armed with and will use to better your health. There is one thing that I have found, of ALL the products, herbs, supplements and gadgets that helps most every couple who crosses the threshold of our fertility websites; PROGESTERONE CREAM and I mean Natural Progesterone Cream. Why?  Because at the top of the mineral deficiency list is always Calcium and the top of the hormones lacking is usually progesterone.  I say usually because it does depend on pre or post menopause.  At Happy PMS Cream . com you will find a wonderfully effective natural progesterone cream with all natural ingredients and very popular in fertility/TTC circles. It is one of the 3 creams we recommend for TTC and in our Cleansing for TTC Shutdown; all time and effectiveness tested. More… Share and...