Challenges surrounding conception for women are enormous and depressing especially for married women who are so desperate to conceive and bear their own children. Some conclude that they can never get pregnant because they were told that they have infertility issues.
The term infertility is a broad topic on its own. Infertility is the inability of you or your partner to get pregnant or get a woman pregnant. This could be caused by some medical conditions. Most of these medical conditions have solutions. There is no problem without a solution.
So, when a woman has a medical problem stopping her from getting pregnant, what should she do to get pregnant? There are certain steps to take to overcome such challenges. This article will give you some guides on what to do medically to enable you get pregnant.
The journey to conception can be so overwhelming and so frustrating when the expected result is not gotten. But, there is always a thing to do to solve this challenge.
Below are some strategies to employ:
1. Be Emotionally balanced
The hormones within a woman’s body plays a huge role in her journey to conception. When a woman gets so worried about not being able to conceive, this can lead to what is medically termed ‘Hormonal imbalance’. So every woman desiring to conceive must watch this carefully.
If you are not sure you are having hormonal imbalance, below are some signs to look out for:
- Weight gain.
- Increased sensitivity to cold or heat.
- Constipation or more frequent bowel movements.
- Dry skin.
- Puffy face.
- Unexplained weight loss (sometimes sudden)
- increased or decreased heart rate.
If you have any of these signs and still not sure of what is going on with you, try and seek your Doctor’s evaluation to be sure of what medical step to take.
HOW TO FIX HORMONAL IMBALANCE:
Hormonal imbalance can be treated using this home remedies:
- Eat Enough Protein at Every Meal.
- Engage in Regular Exercise.
- Avoid Sugar and Refined Carbs.
- Learn to Manage Stress.
- Consume Healthy Fats.
- Avoid Overeating and Undereating.
- Drink Green Tea.
- Eat Fatty Fish Often.
Eat Enough Protein at every meal: Go for beans, fish, meat etc
Engage in Regular exercise: Ensure you workout for at least 2 hours a day to stay fit.
Avoid Sugar and Refined Carbs: Avoid sugar cubes, chocolates, sweets, Ice-creams, etc
Learn to Manage Stress: Always get rest by sleeping between 5-7 Hours per day. Rest aids the body to balance up quickly.
Consume Healthy Fats: Healthy fats are those that come with well cooked meals and not those in chemically processed foods. Avoid processed foods with preservatives.
Drink Green Tea: Drinking green tea helps out with the following within the human body;
- Contains healthy bioactive compounds.
May improve brain function.
Increases fat burning.
Antioxidants may lower the risk of some cancers.
May protect the brain from aging.
May reduce bad breath.
May help prevent type 2 diabetes.
May help prevent cardiovascular disease.
Go for Fatty Fish: According to Medical News Today, Oily fish is rich in omega-3 polyunsaturated fatty acids, which have been shown to reduce inflammation and potentially lower the risk of heart disease, cancer, and arthritis. Both white and oily fish are good sources of lean protein.
Above all, employ these home remedies under the supervision of a medical professional.
2. Run a test to ascertain your exact challenge
When trying to overcome the challenge of infertility, it is very important that you know what exactly is the cause of your inability to conceive. For some women, it could be an issue of bacterial infection while for some it could be menopause or some severe damage to some reproductive vital organs in their body.
Solution 1: When the cause of infertility is that of Bacterial infection, the woman should try to take her doctor’s prescriptions seriously. If the orthodox drugs given are not working out as expected, try herbal medicines. Some natural leafs helps a lot to clear the body system of some infections.
Solution 2: When the challenge is that of menopause. The woman should seek an understanding with her spouse and seek an egg donor that would offer her eggs to be fertilized by her spouse’s sperm. These has worked for many out there. The process used for is called ‘In Vitro Fertilization (IVF)’.
This same process can also be used for the challenged woman if her challenge is not that of menopause.
In vitro fertilisation (IVF) is a process of fertilisation where an egg is combined with sperm outside the body, in vitro. The process involves monitoring and stimulating a woman’s ovulatory process, removing an ovum or ova from the woman’s ovaries and letting sperm fertilize them in a liquid in a laboratory. (Wikipedia)
3. Opt-in For Surrogacy
If the challenge leading to lack of conception has anything to do with a severe damage to any of your reproductive organs, which in turn makes it hard for you to carry a baby in the womb, surrogacy may be a better option.
Your own egg being fertilized with your spouse’s sperm and then planted into another woman’s uterus for the foetus to grow there.
Surrogacy is an arrangement, often supported by a legal agreement, whereby a woman agrees to bear a child for another person or persons, who will become the child’s parent after birth. (Wikipedia’s Definition)
In surrogacy, the surrogate can also donate the egg and still bear the baby in cases where the challenged woman has no valid eggs. Most importantly, if you want to opt-in for surrogacy, ensure you follow the law surrounding surrogacy in your country.
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