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How to Help Your FSH Levels when Trying to Conceive

on Jan 31, 2013

by Alyssia Granger

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How to Help Your FSH Levels when Trying to Conceive

Some women turn to more natural ways of helping to lower FSH levels when trying to conceive and we have put together a list of ways to help make the task easier.

For women who are trying to conceive, high FSH levels can be an indicator of an underlying fertility problem. In today’s medical world there are countless treatments that help with fertility issues, but for many women these treatments can be costly or require using pharmaceuticals that aren’t as favorable to those people who are health conscious. In this case some women turn to more natural ways of helping to lower FSH levels when trying to conceive and we have put together a list of ways to help make the task easier. Claim Your 20 Free Pregnancy Tests – Click Here

Focus on your diet

The FSH levels in your body can be greatly influenced by the foods and supplements that you supply it. By carefully planning your nutritional diet to help with the task of adjusting your FSH levels, you are better able to create the right hormone levels in your body that allow conception to happen. Eating a diet rich in leafy greens, lean proteins, nuts and whole grains can provide your body with the right nutrients to help balance your FSH levels so that proper ovulation and conception can occur. Try to steer clear of refined carbs or sugar, caffeine and alcohol as they can do more harm to the balance of your system than good.

Take supplements

There are many natural herbs and supplements that help to provide a balance to your FSH hormones. Many of them have been used as herbal remedies for generations and women swear by them. Supplements such as royal jelly, blue green algae, vitex, dong quai, red raspberry leaf and more can be found in their natural state as herbs or in convenient pill forms to help supplement the diet and lower FSH levels.

Promote blood flow

Increasing the blood flow in your body can do a world of good including helping to lower your FSH levels when they are too high. Blood flow helps to provide a good supply of oxygen, nutrients and blood to the vital areas in your body such as your brain (especially the hypothalamus and pituitary) and ovaries that are essential to the conception process. Exercise is a good way to increase your blood flow while allowing you to make your body a more hospitable environment for conception to occur. Additionally, alternative medicinal techniques such as acupressure and acupuncture are excellent ways to increase blood flow to your reproductive organs and make your body more viable for lowered FSH levels and increased fertility.

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Alyssia is mom to 2 giggley twin girls, Sophia and Emma, and son Hunter. She's a Southern girl, passionate about photography, travel and her husband Josh.

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  • Mrs Scott

    How will i know if I’m pregnant if my test. Are negative but my belly is growing and moving

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  • Dr. Christine Lee, MD

    It could probably be gas. But to be sure, you can visit your doctor and have some tests done in order to determine if you are pregnant or not. A lot of women has experienced the same symptoms and it turned out to be intestinal gas.

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  • Racheal Jenkins

    Have faith in God believe with all your heart that you are prego and you will be blessed only those who believe in him more than man will conceive 100% of the time faith can move mountains pray is all im saying

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  • Racheal Jenkins

    My man and i have been ttc for about 2 years seriously for the last few months i have a powerful God he makes Miracles happen believing in him than more in man we will all come out on top good blessings to us all

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  • Monica Scott, RN

    One’s chances of getting pregnant may vary and it is important that you should never lose hope. For you to boost your likelihood of getting pregnant, you should try to maintain a healthy lifestyle,quit unwanted habits and avoid stress. I do suggest that you take 50 mg of Clomid during days 3 through 7 of your cycle for 6 months at the maximum to help induce your ovulation and increase your chances of getting pregnant soon.

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  • curious and eager

    mu husband and I have been ttc for few months now, within hours of what I believe where eggs releasing as a had pains on my right side then within an hour on my left side, within two days of those menstral cramps I got this pressure feeling in my lower stomach, and was feeling nausea for the next 6 days but not actually getting sick, 3 days ago my breasts became tender, just under and sides to the touch…I couldn’t wait any long so I took a test yesterday but it showed negative, today is the first day I haven’t felt nausea but my stomach wont stop grumbling (which isn’t normal for me) I cant seem to fill myself and have been snacking on healthy foods all morning (fruits and vegies) is there a slight chance I could maybe still test positive if I wait a little closer to my period date (10th of oct)??

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  • Angie

    My gynecologist told me I have high FSH levels and I have internal scar tissue that may be the reason why we are having a hard time trying to conceive. She did have me on 3 rounds of clomid and I do have an ovulation. She recomended IUI which may result in another exopic pregnancy for me or IVF. We can’t afford the IVF treatment so I’m left with what other options can we try that they may not know of. Also I do believe in God and miracles and hope we can come up with something.

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  • hellen

    My fsh is 11.4 I’m only 19 years old what can I do to lower it? I’m having trouble conceiving

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