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No Libido or Sexual Urge

by Doris
(Port Harcourt., Rivers State, Nigeria)

How do I get pregnant with lack of libido and hormonal imbalance? My estrogen is almost at zero level.


Hi Doris,

With low estrogen levels you may not be able to ovulate. Do you have regular menstrual cycles? If you have not done so yet, begin charting your cycle. To learn hoe, download my guide to fertility charting here.

Increasing libido and sex drive due to hormonal imbalance naturally can be accomplished in many ways.

1. Follow a healthy diet and make sure to avoid foods that contain additives, hydrogenated fats and colorants as these can disrupt your hormonal balance. Consider following a diet that is high in protein and fruits and vegetables, but low in carbohydrates and fats. Only eat good fats like coconut oil or olive oil. Avoid too much salt and only use sea salt when cooking or eating.

2. Exercise like yoga can help create a sense of mental and physical balance within your body and help increase your hormonal balance.

2. Take maca. Maca is a fertility food known to stimulate libido and promote fertility. Maca has the ability to stimulate the pituitary gland, support the adrenal glands and nourish the thyroid gland in producing hormonal balance. Maca is suitable for both men and women and helps the body adapt to stress and increase overall health.

Maca has been shown to help balance high or low levels of estrogen in women. Maca also helps maintain progesterone levels normal in order to support pregnancy. Maca is a fertility food and needs to be taken on regular bases to be effective. The easiest way is to take pills or as a powder in fertility smoothies. The best amount for hormonal balance is 2,000-3,000 mg each day for a minimum of 4 months, but in my opinion it should be taken on a continuous bases to continue promote sexual health.

Learn more about Maca.

Fertility Blessings!

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