HERE IS THE NATURAL WAY TO TREAT HORMONE IMBALANCES AND IMPROVE FERTILITY

This will help you overcome any form of hormone imbalances easily and fast, no matter which of the hormones is too high or low.

Ideally, you really only need 3 things to get pregnant;

  • You need an egg, need to ovulate and have regular menstrual periods

  • You need sperm

  • And you need to have sex

While the last 2 seem easy to get, the first on the list is exactly the challenge for many women. It is the reason why millions of women around the world are not able to conceive today.

The processes of proper egg formation, ovulation and menstruation is a well-coordinated arrangement that is being controlled by the female reproductive/fertility hormones.

Therefore, if anything goes wrong with these hormones, the entire female reproductive system will be affected which invariably will affect fertility and the ability get pregnant.

How Hormone Imbalances Affect Female Fertility

At the beginning of a woman’s menstrual cycle, the brain signals the pituitary gland that it’s time to prepare some eggs.

The pituitary gland then produces a hormone called the follicle-stimulating hormone (FSH), which in turn signals the ovaries to begin maturing eggs for this cycle.

As these follicles (an ovarian follicle is a fluid-filled sac that contains an immature egg) mature, the level of oestrogen in the body rises, signaling the pituitary gland that an egg is ready.

This first half of the menstrual cycle is called the follicular phase.

When high oestrogen levels signal an egg is ready, the pituitary gland then produces a luteinizing hormone (LH), triggering the ovary to release the mature egg — ovulation usually occurs about 24 to 48 hours after this LH surge.

The day ovulation happens is the first day of the second half of the cycle, the luteal phase.

 

 

During the luteal phase of the menstrual cycle, the ovaries (specifically the corpus luteum, which is the follicle that produced the mature egg) begin to increase the levels of progesterone in the body.

Progesterone is a hormone that prepares the lining of the uterus for pregnancy.

If the egg is fertilized (by a sperm cell) and implants, the body continues to produce progesterone — and if not, then progesterone levels fall, and that month’s menstrual period begins.

If the timing is off in any part of the process, ovulation may be disrupted, causing fertility problems.

Can you see now how important it is for the hormones to balance and be in good co-ordination for ovulation and even pregnancy to take place?

 

Moving on, let’s look into how these hormones can negatively impact fertility, as well as some ways to tell if your own hormones are out of line.

Understanding Hormone Imbalances

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Hormone imbalance problems are probably more common than you’d guess: As many as 25 percent of women with fertility problems suffer from ovulation problems, induced by hormone imbalances, although many may not know it until they seek treatment for infertility.

There are a few clues your body may be giving you, if you know what to look for.

 

First, your periods. Are they regular?

Irregular or absent periods, as well as periods that are increasingly lighter or heavier than normal, are a red flag that FSH (Follicle Stimulating Hormone) and LH (Luteinizing Hormone) levels may be off.

Hormonal imbalances may also cause some women to gain weight, grow hair in unwanted places (including the upper lip, chin, abdomen and chest), lose hair on the scalp and develop acne.

Sometimes, it’s simply your daily life that throws hormones out of whack. Stress, weight loss or gain and even a new intense workout are all enough to cause temporary problems with ovulation, but sometimes hormone imbalances occur because your body’s systems are malfunctioning.

 

Polycystic ovarian syndrome (PCOS), for example, is an endocrine disorder that affects as many as 10 percent of women.

 

 

PCOS is a disruption in communication between the brain, the pituitary gland and the ovaries, but we don’t currently know the cause.

PCOS is characterized by irregular or lack of ovulation, irregular or lack of menstrual periods, elevated levels of androgens (hyperandrogensim) including testosterone, androstenedione and dehydroepiandrosterone sulfate (DHEA-S), abnormal levels of LH, FSH and oestrogen and small cysts covering enlarged ovaries (polycystic ovaries).

It also is associated with obesity and difficulty losing weight, insulin resistance, cardiovascular disease, hair and skin changes, endometrial cancer, sleep apnea and depression.

PCOS is also one of the most common causes of infertility among women of reproductive age, and may also increase a woman’s miscarriage rate by 45 percent or more.

PCOS is a heavy-hitter, but it’s not the only hormonal disorder that might disrupt fertility.

A condition known as Premature Ovarian Failure (POF) — not to be confused with menopause, despite similar symptoms — is an ovulation disorder affecting, typically, women under the age of 40.

Women with POF have ovaries that have stopped working, causing irregular periods (or none at all).

Women with POF may have no follicles remaining in their ovaries, or the follicles they do have are not functioning as they should. Because of this, they tend to always be in the follicular phase of their cycle — the pituitary gland keeps pumping out FSH to mature an egg, but it falls on deaf ears, or in this case ovaries.

Women with this disorder also typically have low oestrogen levels because no follicle becomes mature enough to trigger oestrogen levels to rise in preparation for ovulation.

 

Thyroid disease may also cause hormonal imbalances that affect fertility.

 

 

Thyroid hormones play important roles in many of our body’s systems — hyperthyroidism is the condition where the thyroid gland produces too many hormones and when too few hormones are produced it’s called hypothyroidism.

Either scenario may disrupt a woman’s menstrual cycle.

And hypothyroidism may be associated with a condition known as luteal phase dysfunction (LPD), or luteal phase defect.

LPD is a problem with the uterine lining (the endometrium), caused when the ovaries don’t produce enough progesterone after ovulation or when the uterine lining just doesn’t properly thicken in response to progesterone.

 

Fertility Treatments for Hormone Imbalances

For women trying to get pregnant, a hormone imbalance is not necessarily an insurmountable barrier, but one that more likely than not will need to be managed by a professional.

 

 

To make an accurate diagnosis of the cause behind your infertility, your health care provider will likely do a series of diagnostic tests.

When a hormonal imbalance is suspected, expect tests to check your thyroid function, estradiol (oestrogen) levels, progesterone levels, prolactin levels, and tests to determine your ovarian reserve, as well as a urine sample to test the level of LH.

You may also be asked to track your basal body temperature on a daily basis to pinpoint when (or if) ovulation occurs — a woman’s body temperature rises slightly when she ovulates.

Women who do not wish to become pregnant may find oral contraceptives relieve the symptoms associated with hormone imbalances.

Women with ovulation problems who do wish to become pregnant are most often prescribed fertility-enhancing drugs, to stimulate the pituitary gland and induce ovulation.

In addition to prescription drugs, women may find their hormones are better balanced when they maintain a healthy weight — women who are overweight or obese may re-establish healthy menstrual cycles by losing as little as 10 pounds (4.3 kilograms).

While some women may have luck restoring their fertility with hormone-stimulating drugs, other women may need to try reproductive therapies in addition to hormone treatments.

Assisted reproductive techniques (ART) include treatments such as in vitro fertilization, IVF, (with or without an egg donor) and intracytoplasmic sperm injection (ICSI), all of which have different success rates based on a woman’s age and her fertility complications.

 

NATURAL REMEDY FOR HORMONE IMBALANCES

 

Women battling with infertility don’t relax until they get solution to the challenge.

They always like to try new type of treatment as long as it promises a good result. Some have used clomid, some have gone through IVF, in the process spending a lot of money. Yet, no result.

A problem cannot be fixed by just trying to get rid of the end result of the problem.

What you should tackle is the root cause of the problem and you will overcome the problem for live.

If you want a lasting solution to Hormonal imbalances, please go for something natural.

Treatments that have high success rates and with no side effects like the one explained below;

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