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Conceiving With Hormonal Imbalance At 37

by Oma

What process can I apply to get pregnant at 37yrs old with hormonal imbalance? What vitamins can help and also can Clomid help me to get pregnant?


Hi Oma,

The best way to prepare for pregnancy is naturally. Fertility drugs like Clomid are prescribed my medical doctors only when everything fails and when natural therapy is not successful. The reason why Clomid should not be the first course of action to help you get pregnant is because it is a chemical drug that can pose serious side effects and in a woman with already hormonal imbalance, a drug like Clomid can further deepen the imbalance leaving you depleted from your ovarian reserves.

Also, you cannot take natural supplements for fertility and Clomid at the same time as they will counter act each other. Most fertility vitamins may also contain herbal remedies to enhance fertility and thus should not be taken with Clomid.

In my opining herbal remedies for fertility that contain vitex work as well as Clomid with no side effects.

If you want to conceive you definitely need to balance your hormones and natural supplements can definitely help you achieve that.

The following is effective fertility plan that will positively help you balance your hormones and finally conceive:

1. Fertility Detox
The air you breathe, the water you drink, the food you eat affects your fertility because of harmful chemicals. Pesticides and plastic compounds are known hormonal disruptors that leach into the food and water causing infertility in both men and women.

Your liver is designed to eliminate these chemicals, but eventually it becomes unable to do so effectively as they are now everywhere and scientists are discovering more and more of these xenoestrogens that mimic the action of estrogen in your body causing hormonal imbalance. When these compound stay in your body, you can suffer from hormonal imbalance symptoms often referred to as estrogen dominance.
Chronic exposure to these environmental toxins can impact our overall health, including our reproductive health and fertility: toxic overload can decrease sperm health in men and cause menstrual cycle abnormalities in women, and can also interfere with the healthy development of a growing baby.
I recommend FertileDetox before trying to conceive to improve hormonal balance and help eliminate these hormonal disruptions from your body.

2. Fertility Vitamins

It is a great idea to take fertility vitamins that contain key minerals, vitamins and herbal remedies specifically designed to create hormonal balance, regulate the menstrual cycle, increase fertile cervical mucus and stimulate healthy egg production each month.

In order to conceive you need to be able to ovulate regularly and you need lots of healthy fertile mucus around ovulation. This mucus has the function to keep the sperm
alive in your reproductive tract for up to 5 days dramatically increasing your chances of conception. You can get this natural fertility supplements here.

3. Monitor Your Fertility

Did you know that most couple fail to conceive and consider themselves infertile, but in reality that have just been missing the right time to have sex in order to conceive?

Detecting your fertile window is key to conception, but this is different from each woman and changes occur within each month, so you really need to be able to monitor your cycle if you want to conceive.

I cannot stress enough the importance of charting. Most women find that this is key in helping them get pregnant. Because you have hormonal imbalance, it is very important to know if you are ovulating regularly and if you do, you need to be able to predict your fertility window and have sex at the right time.

I would recommend using Ovacue Fertility Monitor. This innovative saliva-based electronic fertility monitor is designed specifically for trying-to-conceive couples. You can predict your ovulation date up to seven days in advance, giving you more opportunities to conceive each month.

Studies sponsored by the National Institute of Health have shown that this fertility monitor is 98.3% accurate in monitoring ovulation. Simply by placing a sensor on your tongue for five seconds each morning you will automatically record your fertile status for each day. The OvaCue saves the readings in its memory and shows you your most fertile days in color coded ovulation calendar.

The reason why Ovacue is so accurate is because it measures the electrolyte changes in your saliva that correlated to the estrogen surge that naturally occurs 7 days before the egg is release. This estrogen surge causes the pituitary gland to release LH hormone 2 days before ovulation, which in turn stimulates the release of the egg by the dominant follicle. The egg stays alive for only 12 hours and your window of opportunity is very short, unless you know well in advance when to have sex and make sure to have lots of fertile mucus to keep the sperm alive. When the egg is released the sperm will be already there ready to fertilize the egg. This strategy works every time.

I know a woman who waited for ovulation to have sex (she did this for 4 years), she could never conceive until she learn this trick and conceived at the first trial. She and her husband were in the process of selling their house to pay for infertility treatments!

So, before resorting to Clomid or other invasive fertile therapies, try these tips first, I hope you will so be pregnant!

To learn more visit Ovacue Website.

Fertility Blessings!

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