TRYING TO CONCEIVE? DO YOU WANT TO LEARN HOW TO HAVE A BABY?
then read on...
This is a continuation of an important article published across the net. If you
have not arrived on this page via that first section, you can find it here... Trying
To Conceive - Part 1
PID (Pelvic inflammatory disease)
Sexually transmitted diseases, (STD’s) like, gonorrhea and chlamydia, are often linked
with pelvic PID and damaged fallopian tubes. A PAP smear test can be used to decide
if this is the problem, and blood tests are available to identify any or all sexually
A woman who is trying to conceive may not even know or remember that she has had
PID. A close examination by her doctor during a surgical procedure called laparoscopy
may be able to detect scarring or tube blockages of the fallopian tubes.
In a laparoscopy, tiny cameras and instruments are inserted through the abdomen wall
to allow the surgeon to see the reproductive system, make an accurate diagnosis and
suggest the best solution for how to conceive a baby in her particular situation.
In endometriosis the uterine lining grows develops outside of the uterus and can
sometimes lead to damage of the ovaries and the fallopian tubes.
Endometriosis can cause pelvic pain and eventually – infertility. It affects women
during their reproductive years, especially those trying to conceive. In its mild
form the woman may not even know that she has the condition, so again, a laparoscopy
may be necessary to check for it,
If you have a family history of endometriosis, you too may be at risk of developing
Smoking, Drinking and Drugs
Smoking is widely believed to lead to male infertility female infertility too. In
recent animal experiments, nicotine has been shown to inhibit sperm production, lower
sperm counts, and to decrease the size of a man's testicles.
In women, tobacco smoking changes the chemical makeup of cervical mucus, and this
in turn can affect the ability of sperm reach and fertilize the egg.
be worse, it is believed to disrupt a woman's menstrual cycle and thus the release
of her egg. In men, marijuana decreases the sperm count and the also the actual quality
of the sperm.
Unsurprisingly, using heroin, cocaine or crack has similar (but worse) effects, it
also puts the user at greatly increased risk of PID (or even HIV if it leads to ill-considered
Chronic alcoholism leads to problems with ovulation, and interferes with both male
fertility and female fertility. Excessive drinking by a man can lead to a marked
reduction in his testosterone production, and this in turn has an impact on his sperm
count. Alcoholism can severely delay a man's sexual response (erection) and may lead
Trying to Conceive – are you exercising too much??
Regular exercise is always a good thing, and is to be encouraged as part of everyone’s
everyday activity. But don’t overdo it! In women, too much exercise may disrupt
her monthly cycle, possibly leading to a cessation of menstruation. In men, too much
exercise can lead to a reduced sperm count.
Want to increase fertility? Avoid a Poor diet with excessive weight loss or gain
Obesity is fast becoming a serious health issue in the United States and in many
other western countries. Obesity can have a severe effect and lead to female infertility,
but only for a woman who is severely overweight.
At the other end of the scale (pardon the pun), extreme weight loss (for example
weight loss brought about by anorexia or bulimia) frequently leads to severe disruption
of the menstrual cycle, it also affects thyroid gland activity, which in turn disrupts
Trying to get Pregnant? Beware the slippery slope!
A woman naturally becomes less fertile as she moves into her forties. And as men
age, their testosterone levels begin to tail off, which in turn leads to a reduction
in sperm count.
Healthy couples where both partners are under 30 years, and who do not use any form
of birth control, have a 25-30% chance of becoming pregnant each month.
A woman reaches maximum fertility in her early twenties. As she passes 35 (and especially
when she passes 40), her chances of becoming pregnant will be less than 10% per month.
How to conceive YOUR baby
So there you have it! Lose weight (or gain it), improve your diet, get some exercise
(but not too much), give up drinking, smoking and pot, avoid uterine diseases and
STD’s, and don’t allow your work or your environment to impinge on your efforts to
increase your fertility. Easy Eh?
Yes I know it’s much more difficult than that, and that many readers of this article
will have tried all of these things and yet they are still trying to conceive.
There are far more possible causes of infertility than I have listed in this article,
there are also genuine ways to overcome infertility and have your own bonny bouncing
baby, even if you’ve been trying for years.
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