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Homeopathy Remedies For Fertility

by Jayasri

Please, can you suggest which medicine I can take to get pregnant? I have taken many medicines except homeopathy. How does homeopathic medicine work? Is it good? And will it work for my body?

If I start to use please suggest.


Hi Jayasri,

Homeopathic medicines can help a woman who is trying to conceive in many ways. The remedies are selected to match the specific mental, emotional and physical symptoms of the patient. So, for example, if two women who are trying to conceive go to consult with a homeopath, the homeopath will recommend different remedies because each case if different even if the may present similar clinical symptoms.

This type of homeopathic therapy is called classical homeopathy and it is effective in those who need a boost to their fertility by creating hormonal balance.

If there are specific fertility issues like fibroids, endometriosis, polycystic ovaries, then the homeopath will select more specific remedies to address these issues.

Even if classical homeopathy can be very effective in most cases, I would recommend learning about the homeopathic fertility program developed by Australian homeopath Liz Lalor. This program can be implemented for 4 months under the supervision of a homeopath.

It is designed to help those women with poor ovulatory cycles and poor fertile cervical mucus. The homeopathic fertility program involves taking specific homeopathic remedies during specific days of the menstrual cycle in conjunction with a healthy life style and diet.

The most important remedies in the homeopathic fertility program are:

Folliculinum 200CH on day 10 of the
menstrual cycle. This remedy stimulates healthy follicle development and regular ovulatory cycles.

Borax 30CH from day 8 to 16. This remedy prevents Candida infections, often responsible for many infertility issues from hostile mucus to blocked fallopian tubes.

Pulsatilla 12CH every morning. This remedy helps maintain hormonal balance, healthy moods, healthy cervical mucus, supports healthy menstrual cycles.

Sepia 6CH every evening. This remedy creates hormonal balance, prevents miscarriages and prevents stagnation to the pelvic region.

Natrum muriaticum 30CH on day 7, 14, 21, 28. This remedy helps those with poor quality mucus and difficult menses.

Homeopathic remedies are non-toxic and prepared through serial dilution in order to work gently within the body by stimulating a healing response and bring back harmony and balance.

Learn more about the homeopathic fertility program here.

The homeopathic fertility program works well in conjunction with fertility vitamins like FertilAid and FertileCM.

FertileAid for women is a fertility formula containing important fertility nutrients like herbs, anti-oxidants, vitamins and minerals.

This fertility supplemnt was formulated by ObGyn and leading fertility expert, Amos Grunebaum, MD. It contains all the necessary enhancing nutrients in the correct amounts and concentrations to provide fertility support and prenatal vitamins.

FertileCM has been designed to support healthy fertile mucus production during ovulation to increase the chances of conception each month by keeping the sperm healthy and viable during the fertile window. FertileCM also promotes healthy endometrial lining of the uterus to support embryo implantation after conception.

Also, make sure to follow the fertility diet guidelines while on this program.

Fertility Blessings!

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