Infertility Homeopathic Remedies

Infertility Homeopathic Remedies

Over the past few years, the numbers of couples who have been having issues conceiving have grown substantially. For this reason, the number of couples who are now seeking out fertility treatments has also grown during this time. Claim Your 20 Free Pregnancy Tests – Click Here

There are a number of reasons that a couple may be having issues when it comes to fertility and also a number of ways that infertility can be treated. Some conditions, such as PCOS and other conditions may be causing fertility problems. Other issues, such as endometriosis and issues with the male partner’s sperm can also be the cause of these problems. Some have even found that their problems do not have a designated cause and the reason behind their issues is unexplained.

Regardless of the cause of your issues, there are many things that you can do naturally to treat them. Below are some of the natural steps that have helped others in your same position fight issues with infertility and finally find that they are able to conceive naturally.

Lifestyle Changes

Many couples have found that making some simple changes in lifestyle have made conception possible. For example, there are a number of items that may be causing your issues, such as nutritional deficiencies, emotional problems, or other concerns.

One change that you can make is with your diet. It is a good idea to eat organic fertility foods and to avoid foods that are processed, fried, or junk food. Instead, you should stick with healthy foods that contain vitamins and nutrients that have been shown to increase fertility.

Avoid alcohol, caffeine and tobacco

These three items have been shown to affect fertility in both men and women. It is believed that drinking alcohol can reduce fertility by around 50% and the more that a person drinks the more difficult it is to conceive. For men alcohol affects sperm count and may create abnormal sperm.

Caffeine has also been shown to inhibit fertility and drinking one cup of coffee per day can increase fertility issues by 50%. Men are also affected by coffee because it affects their sperm count, motility and causes abnormalities in the sperm.

Women are most affected by smoking cigarettes, which has been shown to speed up the aging process and bring along menopause faster than normal.

Supplements

There are a number of natural supplements that can also help with fertility issues. Although many of them are suggested for use by women, men can also use many of these supplements to help improve their fertility. It is a good idea to combine supplements with a healthy diet and exercise program and to discuss your options with your doctor before you begin taking any of the over-the-counter medications.

Herbal Treatment

Another good idea when looking for natural ways to treat infertility is to look into herbal treatments. Some items, such as Vitex and Chasteberry have been shown to aid with fertility in women much the same way as prescription versions of fertility drugs. Although they are untested and therefore remain unproven, many of these herbal treatments have been used for centuries in fighting fertility issues in women. They have been shown to regulate hormones and help regulate the ovulation cycle to make it easier to know when to have intercourse.

Conclusion

Before you begin taking prescriptions that have been prescribed by your doctor, there are a number of things that you can try naturally to increase your chances of becoming pregnant without them. Although prescription medications are fairly successful, they also have many side effects that you will need to worry about. Some have even been shown to increase the chances that a woman has of developing certain types of cancer.

However, by choosing a homeopathic method, you are eliminating these risks as well as many of the side effects that are typically seen with prescription drugs. You should talk to your doctor before beginning any supplement regimen so that you will know how your body will react to supplements as well as if there will be any reactions between any other medications that you may be taking.

In the end, you may find that a prescription medication is required for you to conceive or that a medical procedure is necessary. However, in the meantime, you can safely try these methods for yourself in order to determine if they are right for you.

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Maureen Stephens, BS, RN
Maureen Stephens, BS, RN | ConceiveEasy
Ms. Stephens has spent over twenty years in the healthcare world, specializing in obstretical and medical/surgical nursing. She joined ConceiveEasy as she has a strong interest in educating and empowering women and promoting fertility awareness.