Unorthodox Infertility E-Book can introduce you to Some Unconventional Yet Effective Methods to Boost Fertility

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Infertility ebook

Unfortunately infertility has become a rampant phenomenon these days. Most of the women contemplate having a family and ‘’settling down’’ in their early or mid-thirties, that is when they have secured financial prosperity and professional stability. But ironically when they are most prepared to walk the path to motherhood, mentally and emotionally, their body betrays them. This is because typically the early and late twenties are the ideal time for conceiving a child. It is the time when women’s bodies are most receptive most fertile. A women’s fertility, more popularly known as the biological clock begins to wane as you age. So by the time you are in your thirties, your body loses much of its capability to conceive and carry a child to term.

So in order to become a mother many women are resorting to methods such as IVF or in vitro fertilization or artificial insemination, etc. But recent reports have shown that IVF treatments often end up causing more harm than good. Artificial treatments to increase fertility such as intracytoplasmic sperm injection which is used by approximately by about 455,000 couples across the world. During this procedure a single sperm is injected into an egg, in order to fertilize it. Costing thousands of dollars per cycle, the ICSI treatments actually lower the chances of conception, rather than amplifying it. Often children born from ICSI treatments have severe defect such as acute cerebral palsy, cleft palate, heart and lung conditions etc.

Many women are also resorting to the multitude of mostly unreliable information given in the innumerable fertility blogs online. According to the fertility experts, women shouldn’t rely on this information, as the majority of these blogs and online portals do not have sufficient testimonials or accreditations from medical authorities and following them will cause you more harm than good. This is because each case of infertility is unique and is dependent on a multitude of factors such as her body structure, lifestyle, diet, medical history etc. Since each infertility case differs from the other there is no singular miraculous solution. And as mentioned before the mainstream infertility alleviation methods do not always work.

There are some fantastic alternative infertility alleviation methods that are unorthodox, but surprisingly do work, such as the acupuncture method. There are some celebrated and well reputed acupuncturists who have published infertility e-book where they discuss in detail the probable causes of infertility and also its possible remedies. The acupuncturists believe in organic or natural remedies rather than relying on medical drugs. The acupuncture is a method which originated in ancient China. The Chinese believe that most of the physical ailments come from disbalance of the two vital energies in our body the yin and the yang.

The acupuncture method involves insertion of ultra-fine, replaceable needles into the strategic places of your body. It is believed that this releases the vital energy or qi stored in your body and also improves the quality of blood circulation throughout your body. This enables you to feel more energetic and robust and also boosts your fertility. The acupuncturists will also advise you to change your lifestyle, diet, etc as they believe that infertility is a wholly internal rather than an alien phenomenon. The y will also introduce you to some very effective Chinese herbs which were known as fertility enhancers in ancient Chinese folklore. Thus the acupuncturists will aid you to become a mother in a safe, secure, completely natural manner.

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