Pregnancy Miracle - Natural Female Infertility Treatment

By Katie Adler

Infertility is defined as the inability of a couple to conceive after twelve months of unprotected sexual intercourse. It affects over 5 millions couple alone in the United States and many times more in the world. Female infertility is fairly common nowadays. In about 40% of couples with an infertility problem, the cause of infertility is multifactorial; it is the man who is infertile in 30% of the cases; and as for women, 20% to 25% of experience ovulatory failure and another 20% experience tubal, vaginal, or uterine problems as the cause of their infertility. There are many causes of female infertility which are quite easily diagnosed. Moreover, natural female infertility treatments are now very common and readily available.

The factors that cause infertility in women are analogous to those causing infertility in men: anovulation (faulty or inadequate production of ova or egg), problems of ova transport through the fallopian tubes to the uterus, uterine factors such as tumors or poor endometrial development, and cervical and vaginal factors that immobilize spermatozoa.

New drugs are now available to enhance the success rate of many female infertility treatments. Often, female infertility treatment drugs are used together with intrauterine insemination (IUI) and in vitro fertilization (IVF). However, natural treatments may also be used. The disturbance in the reproductive system involving the hypothalamus that may cause infertility can be normalized by using traditional Ayurvedic formulations, herbs, and fruits.

Red raspberry also known as raspberry or rubus ideaus, is an edible fruit species that has been used in many cultures in assisting pregnancy due to its antioxidant properties. It also contains fiber which is important for the regulating the blood levels in our body. Without or not enough of it may cause fluctuation of insulin, leading to food craving, symptoms of irregular menstrual cycle that increase the risk of infertility.

Female infertility is common, but with its prompt diagnosis and appropriate treatment, it can be tackled successfully. - 30525

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