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10 causes of infertility that may hinder a woman from becoming pregnant

1, Hormonal imbalance which could be nutritional, emotional, microbiological, chemical or biochemical. The human body was designed to be balanced. Any disorganization of this delicate hormonal balance may prevent a woman from getting pregnant or a man from impregnating a woman. Estrogen excess, high levels of FSH, low progesterone, high prolacin, and excess cortisol all contribute to the woman's inability to get pregnant and to some extent male impotency.

2. Poor circulation due to acidic wastes, pollutants and debris accummulation. Yes, toxins tend to bioaccummulate with advancing age. Stagnation and sluggish organs are the mother of all diseases which laboratory tests may not pick up.

3. Lazy ovary (and or luteal phase defect): This is sometimes called anovulation (no ovulation) whicn is a fancy way of saying that a woman cannot mature and release her eggs from the ovaries. As much as 40% of female infertility has been attributed to this phenomenon. Also in luteal phase defect, progesterone (hormone of pregnancy) is not produced complicating the woman's inability to get pregnant.

4. Heavy metal intoxication like lead, mercury, arsenic, cadmium and calcium leading to plaque build-up and arterioslerosis which goes back to poor circulation and sluggishness of sex organ (eg. ovarian failure).

5. Polycystic ovarin syndrome or simply ovarian cysts: Here empty or fluid filled holes occupy ovaries instead of follicles that contain the ovum or the maturing eggs. If don't make the eggs, you cannot make the baby.

6. Endometriosis and adenomyosis: Here there is abnormal deposition of tissues lining the uterus in the wrong places causing inflammation, excruciating pelvic pains, painful intercourse, bleeding, irregular menses, scarring, sex organ deformity and inability to get pregnant.

7. Obesity and isulin resistance: Too much fat act as tiny estrogen factories behaving as endocrine organs that create more estradiol (bad estrogen), inflammation and fibrosis. Sex or steroid hormones (estrogen and cortisol) can also raise insulin levels which can have a detrimental effect on a woman's ability to get pregnant. Estrogen can also cause chemical castration of the male--resulting to impotence and infertility.

8. Structural abnormality of the reproductive organs such as the ovaries, the uterus and fallopian tubes in females; and the prostate, seminal vesicle, the testicles and male urethra.

9. Male infertility factors should not be ignored. Majority of cases centers around semen profile and analysis. Male infertility causative and contributory factors is said to be 40%.

10. The psycological and spiritual factors should not be forgotten. The brain controls everything including the hormones and reproduction. Most unexplained factors lie in the region of the psycho-spiritual. Mind-body medicine is almost unknown in orthodox medical practice.

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