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How to Increase Egg Fertility

I am suffering from egg fertility disorder in my ovary, doctor say I do not have have enough eggs to get pregnant. Please, help!


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Natural Solutions to Poor Ovarian Reserve
by: Maria Gioia Atzori

Depending on your age your body can still be helped to produce healthy eggs in order to achieve pregnancy, but you need to make some changes on your diet and life style as outlined in my article How To Get Pregnant With Low Ovarian Reserve.

Begin to integrate fertility foods like Maca, Royal Jelly and CoQ 10 into your diet.

The Improve Egg Health Kit is excellent in helping women with poor eggs in order to help increase fertility by supporting the ovaries produce more eggs.

It is also important to notice your hormonal balance. Do you still ovulate? If so, do you ovulate regularly every month? Also, when do you ovulate during your monthly cycle?
Some women with poor ovarian reserve as young as 27 years old have frequent anovulatory cycles, produce eggs that are non viable, or ovulate too late during their monthly cycles leading to the condition called luteal phase defect.
If you experience any of these, homeopathic medicine can also help.

Fertility Blessing!

Maria Gioia Atzori,
BSc Hons, MS, DSHomMed Hons, DWH Hom
Fertility Coach and Homeopathic Practitioner

by: Anonymous

I'm 35 y/o, married for 3yrs. My husband and I decided that its the right time to have a baby now but all of a sudden my period stop since April 2010.I thought maybe due to stress and the changeable weather, so that's why I decided to see fertility doctor but when the latest blood test result come out he told me I have a very low AMH (1.4) and my only option is egg donor in my behalf. I?ve been taking CQ 10 since December but no changes. My family MD told me I have PCOS that?s why he prescribed metformin. Please advise me what to do and the next step in order for me to get pregnant.

Thank you.

Natural Health for Fertility
by: Maria Gioia Atzori

AMH blood levels are used to measure the size of the egg supply, also called "ovarian reserve." AMH stands for anti-mullerian hormone, which is a substance released by granulosa cells of the follicles in the ovaries.

Women in this category will not respond well to ovarian hyper stimulation for in vitro cycles so they are recommended to go for a egg donor. This situation is seen in women who are approaching menopause (over 45). Also, this condition is associated with PCOS.

Polycystic ovaries produce high levels of AMH hormone and said to be in the peri-menopausal stage (over 35). In natural health it is believed that toxins and hormonal disruptors are the main cause of poor ovarian response in women 30-40.

The first course of action is often a fertility cleanse, followed by a fertility supplements aimed to restore ovarian health.

If the real cause is PCOS it is very important to follow healthy diet and avoid at all cost certain foods, like refined carbohydrates, saturated fatty acids, sugar and high glycemic index foods, while integrating essential fatty acids, high fiber foods like legumes, Kamut and Barley.

Vitex is also a great herbal remedy that is often recommended by alternative medical practitioners to treat PCOS by restoring healthy ovulation.

DIM is a great super food that increases fertility by balancing hormones especially increasing progesterone, which is often low in women with PCOS.

At your age you can still work or reverting you condition through healthy nutrition, life style changes and natural health.

Fertility Blessings!

Maria Gioia Atzori,
BSc Hons, MS, DSHomMed Hons, DWH Hom
Fertility Coach and Homeopathic Practitioner

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