How Do I Get Pregnant Naturally
I feel hopeless because I am trying all the fertility vitamins and I don’t get any hope. I am 37 years old and my partner is 42. I knew I didn't have fertility problems but after 1 1/2 years ago I had several miscarriages.
I took FertilAid for 3-4months, but instead of boosting my cycle, it stopped my menstruation. When I called and asked about my situation they told me that my body is storing energy and wait and take more vitamins.
I stopped and went back to see my doctor he gave me medicine to bring back my period, but after that I lost my regular period.
Right now I have lost hope I don’t know what to do. But one thing I know, I don’t want to give up.
There are many approaches to the same problem, but consider that FertilAid is a fertility vitamin supplements that is meant to support ovulation and that it may take more months to work is most women with a deep hormonal imbalance.
At this point the best way to proceed is to go see a fertility endocrinologist and have your ovarian reserves tested. It is possible that the loss of your menstrual cycle is due to poor ovarian reserves and not FertilAid. FertilAid contains Vitex agnus castus, which is known to help support ovulatory cycles, but it can take many months to be effective. In fact many herbal material medica resources consider Vitex a slow actin herb that cab be taken for months up to 18 months in a row.
You need to know your hormonal levels in order to follow the proper treatment.
In the mean time I would recommend doing a fertility cleanse to help your body eliminate the toxins that can further cause hormonal imbalance.
Having recurrent miscarriages is often linked to high levels of toxins and high levels of excess estrogen hormones causing poor progesterone levels. Low levels of progesterone are also related to low ovulation cycles and short luteal phase that increases the risks of early miscarriage.
In some women following a fertility cleanse
with self-fertility massage
can help re-establish the cycle, but this of course depends on each specific case.
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