Infertility, or fertility problems, can cause many would-be-parents a lot of anguish. Here I want to explain why natural fertility is so much better for everyone than trying the synthetic or chemical version.
When a couple find they don’t seem to be able to conceive a child, many seek medical advice as their first option. This often leads to fertility drugs and IVF.
Fertility drugs for women and IVF can be very traumatic to the woman, multiple fetus can result and the health of the unborn child can be compromised. All medication compromises the immune system, which must be already compromised. I suggest its use is better left as a last resort, rather than too early in your efforts.
There are many reasons why couples can’t conceive a child, probably as many as there are childless couples. Although it is an individual problem, there are some generalised areas. Male sperm count is generally at a record low. A woman’s health may be too poor to carry a child. Many people are taking suppressive drugs on a regular basis, which does nothing to enhance your ability to conceive a child.
In natural fertility, as in any area of health care, it’s best to first address the obvious.
We live in a highly toxic world. Food, air, the environment, medication are all far more toxic than they have ever been before. The toxins are not natural ones, which our bodies know how to eliminate. Even so, they (our bodies) do a remarkable job in attempting to keep us more or less healthy.
So the first thing to address is to limit your exposure to toxins. Try to eat organic. Yes, certified organic food is a little more expensive, but can you really put a price on your health? Or a natural pregnancy? Compare this with the cost of medical fertility treatments…
Simply by changing your diet to organic food, by eliminating processed foods and by limiting or cutting out animal protein, you may improve your health so much, you fall pregnant. You may not need to undergo a de-tox, as your body is always doing this anyway. All you need to do is to limit or stop the input.
Your environment is also incredibly important. By this I don’t just mean your home, I mean your whole life:
- your relationships (especially with your partner, but also close friends and family)
- the toxins in your home (cleaning products, carpets, furnishings, air fresheners, etc)
- how you sleep
- what other health issues you have
- if you are taking medication
- your work environment
- how much exercise you take
- where you live – such as a high rise apartment or near a factory or airport
- even the position of your bed can change your health (ideally it should line up north/south)
And of course, the type of person you are. Anxious or angry people use up more energy than they can generate, so have nothing left for a pregnancy.
So, yes, to conceive that much wanted child, you may have to change a lot of things in your life. But these changes will be good for you, and your partner, as well.
However, there are areas that you can’t change, at least not readily. These tend to be the type of person you are. If your childhood was a fearful one, you may not be able to move through this without help. If you are constantly irritated, this may need help to resolve.
One of the best ways to improve your health, whatever the problem, is to make homeopathy your primary health care treatment. Your health is only compromised because you are out of natural balance. Good homeopathic treatment re-balances you. It may not be instant, but the progress will be steady.
Don’t try to treat yourself. Use the services of a good, qualified homeopath. Only once you have a handle on how it works, can you start to treat acutes, or non-serious, problems yourself.
Your search for natural fertility may be your catalyst for a safer, healthier and happier life as well as that much sought after child. Life is a journey. We have choices which routes we take. Make yours healthy ones.