Welling Fertility https://www.wellinghomeopathy.com/fertility-treatment Just another Welling Healthcare site Fri, 08 Jun 2018 11:06:31 +0000 en-US hourly 1 https://wordpress.org/?v=4.9.6 How To Get Pregnant Safely If You have Type 1 or Type 2 Diabetes? https://www.wellinghomeopathy.com/fertility-treatment/getting-pregnant-safely-type-1-type-2-diabetes/ https://www.wellinghomeopathy.com/fertility-treatment/getting-pregnant-safely-type-1-type-2-diabetes/#respond Thu, 16 Nov 2017 05:54:09 +0000 https://www.wellinghomeopathy.com/fertility-treatment/?p=15115 In the last 17 years, we have helped more than 100 mothers with Diabetes to conceive naturally and deliver a healthy baby. If you have diabetes and plan to conceive, feel free to visit one of our clinics to chat with our doctors online. There is no reason that you can not get pregnant and …

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In the last 17 years, we have helped more than 100 mothers with Diabetes to conceive naturally and deliver a healthy baby. If you have diabetes and plan to conceive, feel free to visit one of our clinics to chat with our doctors online.
There is no reason that you can not get pregnant and have a healthy baby because you are diabetic. But there are precautions and preparations that should be taken to provide a healthy pregnancy for both you and your unborn baby.

Before you try to become pregnant, you should have a discussion with your doctor to let him or her know your plans. They will review your medical history and give you advice on the best way to proceed or if you should wait.

The reason you would be asked to wait is if your Hemoglobin A1C test results were high. Even though a reading of less than seven is considered good diabetic control it is better to have a lower number (around six) for the best chance to a healthy start. The reason it is
so important to have good blood glucose control before you get pregnant is because of a reduction in the chance of your baby being born with birth defects.

The first six weeks of pregnancy are when the baby’s internal organs are just starting to form. If they are exposed to high blood sugar levels during this time it is highly likely the baby will be born with birth defects or other complications.

But once you have the go-ahead from the doctor to try and conceive you will still need strict control over your diabetes. Your insulin requirements, while you are pregnant, are going to increase as the placenta releases a hormone that can block insulin production. If
you follow the diet provided by your doctor and remain healthy during your pregnancy your insulin requirements will most likely return to normal once the baby is born.

Mothers who have diabetes will still have regular pregnancies and can breast feed once their babies are born.

Originally published at http://www.radarxtra.com/getting-pregnant-type-1-type-2-diabetes/

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10 Types of Food That Would Prevent You From Getting Pregnant https://www.wellinghomeopathy.com/fertility-treatment/10-types-food-prevent-getting-pregnant/ https://www.wellinghomeopathy.com/fertility-treatment/10-types-food-prevent-getting-pregnant/#respond Wed, 15 Nov 2017 04:03:55 +0000 https://www.wellinghomeopathy.com/fertility-treatment/?p=15107 Recent studies found that many women are not eating right when they’re expecting a baby. That is the reason at Welling Clinics, our infertility treatment include homeopathy treatment, nutritional and diet advice and yoga postures for faster conceiving. If you are facing difficulty conceiving naturally or failed IVF, I would suggest meeting one of our …

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Recent studies found that many women are not eating right when they’re expecting a baby. That is the reason at Welling Clinics, our infertility treatment include homeopathy treatment, nutritional and diet advice and yoga postures for faster conceiving. If you are facing difficulty conceiving naturally or failed IVF, I would suggest meeting one of our specialist for a detailed assessment.

But if pregnant women are not nailing their diets once they’re already pregnant, odds are their diets during the trying-to-conceive time aren’t exactly full of greens and lean proteins either. So we wanted to know: What exactly constitutes a healthy diet when you’re trying to conceive? Part of it is eating enough fruits, vegetables, whole grains, and other foods that are good for you, of course. Another is avoiding artificial ingredients, synthetic hormones, and potential contaminants that could make conception less likely and may be harmful to a potential fetus.

We should say: Don’t freak out if you’ve eaten any of these things recently—they are not likely cause much harm in moderation. But if you want to be safe, your best bet is to keep these foods to a minimum when you’re trying to get pregnant, and keep them mostly off the list once you get a positive test too.

1. High-mercury fish

Mercury can damage the nervous system, which means that consuming mercury-rich seafood like swordfish and bigeye tuna while pregnant could directly harm the fetus, says registered dietitian Kendra Tolbert. (The FDA recently updated its guidelines about safe and unsafe choices; see them here.) Eating high-mercury fish before you’re pregnant could build up stores of mercury in your body, which could also affect the development of the baby’s nervous system. “The fetal nervous system is being formed before most woman even know they are pregnant,” explains registered dietitian Suzanne Fisher. Mercury may also decrease fertility.

2. Soda

A few studies have also linked soda—both diet and regular—to lower fertility. “We think it’s a combination of the inflammation and metabolic changes caused by too much blood-sugar-spiking sweeteners and gut-bacteria-changing artificial sweeteners,” says Tolbert. Plus, many soft drinks come in containers that have BPA and other chemicals you might want to avoid.

3. Trans fats

Trans fats, which are found in foods like certain chips or microwave popcorns, baked goods made with shortening, and fried foods, can cause inflammation and insulin resistance, which lowers fertility, says Tolbert. And in excess they can damage your blood vessels, disrupting the flow of nutrients to the reproductive system. Men should also go easy on trans fats while trying to conceive because they decrease sperm count and quality.

4. High glycemic-index foods

If you want to increase your fertility, avoid foods that make your blood sugar spike, especially if you’re not pairing them with foods that slow down that rise. “Blood sugar spikes can cause inflammation, alter our hormones, and impede ovulation,” says Tolbert. Try to choose slow burning carbs, like whole-wheat bread and pasta and brown rice over refined ones when possible, and combine them with protein, fiber, and healthy fats.

5. Low-fat dairy

Low-fat milk, yogurt, and other dairy products may contain androgens, male hormones that get left in when fat is removed, says Tolbert. These foods and drinks may spur your body to produce androgens, which can interfere with your menstrual cycle.

6. Excess alcohol

The CDC recommends that women who could get pregnant avoid alcohol entirely (not exactly realistic), but if you’re going to drink, Tolbert suggests capping it at seven drinks per week. Alcohol, like mercury, can contribute to infertility, and it depletes your body of the vitamin B, which improves your chances of pregnancy and supports a fetus’ growth.

7. Unpasteurized soft cheeses

Cheeses like Brie, Roquefort, Camembert, and Gorgonzola have a higher risk of containing listeria, which can increase your risk for miscarriage, says Fisher.

8. Deli meat

Processed meat like lunch meat and hot dogs, as well as smoked fish, are also vulnerable to listeria contamination. If you want to eat deli meat, Fisher recommends heating it up until it’s steaming to kill bacteria.

9. Raw animal products

Raw meat, seafood, and eggs might contain salmonella, coliform bacteria, or toxoplasmosis, which can infect a fetus if it passes through the placenta, says Fisher. Make sure to cook all animal products thoroughly, and skip sushi, carpaccios, and the like.

10. Certain bottled and canned drinks

Drink only out of cans and plastic bottles you and your partner know to be BPA free, since BPA can reduce fertility in both men and women. If you use a water bottle, Fisher suggests getting a stainless steel one.

Originally published at https://dailytimes.ng/health/10-types-food-prevent-getting-pregnant/

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One Mineral That Can Help You Conceive Naturally. https://www.wellinghomeopathy.com/fertility-treatment/one-mineral-to-help-conceive-naturally/ https://www.wellinghomeopathy.com/fertility-treatment/one-mineral-to-help-conceive-naturally/#respond Tue, 06 Jun 2017 10:58:12 +0000 https://www.wellinghomeopathy.com/fertility-treatment/?p=14974 If you plan to conceive soon, its very important that you and your partner get just the right mix of nutrients. Unfortunately, far too many of us fail to provide our body with the fuel it needs to build strong cells and organs that are prepared for natural conception. And without these minerals, even if you …

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If you plan to conceive soon, its very important that you and your partner get just the right mix of nutrients. Unfortunately, far too many of us fail to provide our body with the fuel it needs to build strong cells and organs that are prepared for natural conception. And without these minerals, even if you try for artificial treatments like, there are high chances that even they will fail.

Along with these mineral, Welling Homeopathy Treatment for infertility can help you conceive naturally, at the earliest.

86% of pregnant women world wide are deficient in zinc.
A study found that 82% of pregnant women world wide are deficient in zinc. Low zinc levels in pregnancy have been linked to labour complications, low birth weight and premature delivery.

The Importance of Zinc

For women, zinc is important in helping your body utilize the reproductive hormones, oestrogen and progesterone. A deficiency can lead to hormone imbalance, abnormal ovarian development, and menstrual irregularity. When your body is low on zinc it also inhibits the metabolism of protein, which in turn can lower egg quality.

For a man, it can greatly impact the sperm count since zinc is found in high concentrations in the sperm. It is also needed to make the outer layer and the tail of the sperm. If a man is deficient in zinc, it can affect his sperm quality and quantity.

How Zinc Affects a Woman’s Fertility

In women, zinc plays a vital role in many key reproductive health areas including:

  • Egg production: a woman’s body needs a certain amount of zinc to produce mature eggs that are ripe for fertilization
  • Maintaining proper follicular fluid levels: without enough fluid in the follicles, an egg can not travel the course through the fallopian tubes and into the uterus for implantation.
  • Hormone regulation: zinc is just one of the minerals that the body uses to keep hormone levels (like estrogen, progesterone and testosterone) levels stable throughout the entire menstrual cycle. It is especially important during stage 2 and 4 of a woman’s cycle.

Low levels of zinc have been directly linked to miscarriage in the early stages of a pregnancy, according to The Centers for Disease Control’s Assisted Reproductive Technology Report which tracks the results of numerous fertility research reports being administered throughout the nation.

Here is another reason why women should get enough zinc: it can help to reduce the size of fibroids. Since fibroids are a cause of infertility themselves, doing what you can to reduce their size can help to make getting pregnant easier for some women. Taking just 30 mg of zinc a day may help to decrease the size of inflamed fibroids; thus increasing the chance for a pregnancy to occur.

How Zinc Affects Male Fertility

As important as zinc levels are to a woman’s fertility, it may even more vital to a man’s ability to get his partner pregnant. Considered one of the most important trace minerals to date for male fertility, increasing zinc levels in infertile men has been shown to boost sperm levels; improve the form, function and quality of male sperm and decrease male infertility.

When low levels of zinc are found in the male reproductive tract, a variety of disorders may present themselves.

  • Immature sperm: zinc is necessary in the creation of the outer membrane and tail of a sperm. Without it, the sperm can not mature to a stage that gives them the mobility and strength to make the long journey through the vagina, cervix and into the uterus for fertilization to take place.
  • Chromosomal changes: low levels of zinc may also be the reason chromosomal defects in the sperm which could cause a miscarriage even if fertilization and implantation do take place.

Zinc Missing from Today’s Diet
Zinc is one of those minerals that are absolutely essential to fertility in both men and women; yet research shows that few people these days get the right amount. One of the reasons why zinc is in such short supply these days is the average diet due to poor soil health, which fails to provide this important mineral. Heating and cooking can also reduce the zinc in foods by 50%. So it is important to eat foods high in zinc in their raw form. The richest source of Zinc is Oysters, but some easy to find and eat sources are raw pumpkin seeds and sesame seeds (look for tahini -sesame seed butter, as well).

Zinc Depletion Linked to Modern Lifestyle
It isn’t just a lack of zinc-filled foods that is sapping our bodies of this all-important mineral. Our modern lifestyle is too. Exposure to stress, pollution, alcohol and even cigarette smoke can also deplete our bodies of important zinc supplies.

Food rich in zinc includes mangoes, pumpkin seed and fish. Oysters, esteemed for their aphrodisiac qualities,are particularly high in zinc.

Food Sources of Zinc
Making sure to eat enough foods high in zinc on a weekly basis is important. Make sure to try to eat as many zinc sources as you can raw since cooking has been shown to reduce zinc content by at least 50%.

Lean meat, oysters, whole grains, nuts, pumpkin seeds, egg yolks, supplemental form – look for zinc acetate, the best tolerated and bioavailable form of zinc in a supplement. Stay clear from zinc oxide as it’s the least absorbent form of zinc!

Supplementation to the Rescue
If you have tried to eat enough foods high in zinc, but still aren’t sure that you are getting enough, try taking a zinc supplement (our whole food prenatal multi-vitamin has the perfect amount of zinc in it). Take about 15 mg per day under normal circumstances. If your doctor suspects a serious zinc depletion or your also suffer with fibroids, you may need to take as much as 30 mg. to provide your body with the amount it needs. Just be sure to also take a multi-vitamin containing copper (especially if using a higher zinc dosage), since zinc can cause a copper deficiency in some people.

Adding more zinc to your system may not guarantee a pregnancy, but it sure can help to ensure that you have all of the minerals your body needs to produce strong eggs and sperm and is prepared as best as it can be for the job of building a baby ahead.

In addition to Zinc, we also advice some more necessary minerals along with our speciality homeopathy treatment for faster conceiving. We have developed the exact combination of minerals and vitamins that can help you get pregnant faster and naturally.

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pregnancy photoWhen you’re investing incredible amounts of time, money, and psychological capital into an IVF cycle, you want to do everything you can to make it a success.While your doctor may be honest with you about those disappointing average success rates, what you are not likely to hear is that there is a way to dramatically boost your chances of getting pregnant from IVF.

Age
Your age and using your own eggs are important IVF success factors to consider. While younger women have higher chances of IVF success, factors that reduce the chances of IVF success include being an older woman with fewer eggs and the lower quality of an older woman’s eggs.

In fact, the live birth IVF success rate for women under 35 who start an IVF cycle is 40 percent. However, women over age 42 have a 4 percent success rate.

Myth #1: You have no control over the success of an IVF cycle.

Reality: False

The results of an IVF cycle are to a large degree based upon a thorough evaluation of the couple, and there are a number of things your doctor can do before you begin to optimize success rates.

Why Prepare for Your IVF?
Think of this time as “preparing of the soil”. When your IVF procedure is successful you will be pregnant, so this is the best time to prepare your body and give your baby the best possible start. By preparing for your IVF you are able to support your hormonal and reproductive system, nourish your body, have nutrients available during the crucial early stages of fetal development and have the tools to handle any stress that may come your way during this journey.

Nourish Your Body for Optimal Nutrition With Diet, Supplements and Superfoods
The second part of this program focuses on nutrition and the nutrients you are adding to your diet. We just covered cleansing and increasing circulation to the reproductive system, this is one aspect of “preparing the soil”, now is the time to add good things to the soil that will help the seed to thrive and grow. You can do this for yourself through diet, supplements and superfoods.

Reduce inflammation: Incorporate sprouted and fermented foods during your follicular phase to deliver as many bioavailable nutrients as possible to the ovary.

Staying well nourished boosts your odds of conceiving! Make sure to include enough protein, iron, zinc, vitamin C, and vitamin D in your diet, because deficiencies in these nutrients have been linked to lengthened menstrual cycles (and therefore less frequent ovulation) and a higher risk of early miscarriage. Ask your doctor if you should take a daily multivitamin supplement. And be sure to eat protein-rich foods, such as meat, fish, low-fat dairy products, eggs, and beans.

Think Before Drinking

A growing body of research has linked alcohol consumption with a decreased ability to get pregnant (it can also harm a developing fetus). Alcohol alters oestrogen levels, which may interfere with egg implantation, although pouring an occasional glass of Pinot with your dinner is unlikely to harm fertility. You should also consider cutting back on caffeine while you try to conceive and during your pregnancy.

Watch Your Weight

Aside from the other risks, it poses to your health, excess body fat can lead to an overproduction of certain hormones that disrupt ovulation. Your cycles may be less regular, you may ovulate less often, and you lower your chances of getting pregnant.

Lifestyle habits
Stop smoking if you want to improve your chance of having a baby. In fact, many times the woman is required to stop smoking at least 3 months before starting IVF treatment.

  • Smokers require higher dosages of fertility drugs to stimulate their ovaries
  • Smokers have lower implantation rates than nonsmokers
  • Women who smoke require almost twice as many IVF attempts
  • Women who smoke experience more failed fertilisation cycles

Lower Stress effects.

A study published in the March 2014 issue of Human Reproduction followed 401 couples who were trying to conceive. Researchers analysed two stress biomarkers (alpha-amylase and cortisol) in women and discovered that those with high levels of alpha-amylase were twice as likely to be at risk of infertility. Based on the research, scientists believe stress can contribute to infertility, though it’s not necessarily a direct cause; other factors (like low sperm count and quality) could contribute to it.

Detox

Specific toxins, such as pesticides, preservatives, parabens found in grooming and beauty products, chemicals in cigarettes, alcohol, certain medications, and synthetic hormones from hormonal birth control are known to negatively affect fertility. Therefore it’s suggested to begin ridding them from your system at least 90 days before you start treatment, and the best way would be with a natural fertility cleanse kit.

Added fertility benefits of such a detox include increased circulation to the uterus, allowing for the shedding of uterine lining remaining from previous cycle.

PRE-IVF Homeopathy Treatment

Developed at Welling Clinic’s research department, it involves specially developed Homeopathic treatment protocol to improve egg quality, improve the reproductive functioning and also improve vaginal health for sperm travel. Homeopathy medicines can help men by improving the overall sperm health. Homeopathic treatment can also help with lowering the effect of stress on your body, as stress in known to heavily reduce IVF success rate. Welling PRE-IVF treatment also involves diet monitoring, specific yoga postures to reduce early miscarriage all leading to a healthy pregnancy.

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Can Women's Ovaries Grow New Eggs? YES !! https://www.wellinghomeopathy.com/fertility-treatment/can-womens-ovaries-grow-new-eggs-yes/ https://www.wellinghomeopathy.com/fertility-treatment/can-womens-ovaries-grow-new-eggs-yes/#respond Mon, 20 Feb 2017 11:39:57 +0000 https://www.wellinghomeopathy.com/fertility-treatment/?p=13918 Medical books have always stated that a lady is born with a limited number of eggs, and that the production of a woman’s eggs happens entirely before birth. A woman has few million immature eggs when she is in her mother’s womb, and that this number drops to few lakhs by the time she reaches puberty. But recent research has been turning this …

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Medical books have always stated that a lady is born with a limited number of eggs, and that the production of a woman’s eggs happens entirely before birth. A woman has few million immature eggs when she is in her mother’s womb, and that this number drops to few lakhs by the time she reaches puberty.

But recent research has been turning this theory on its head. Scientists have discovered a new type of stem-cell in the human ovary that may point to the possibility of new eggs continually being formed throughout a woman’s reproductive years.

Women may make new eggs throughout their reproductive years—challenging a longstanding tenet that females are born with finite supplies, a new study says. The discovery may also lead to new avenues for improving women’s health and fertility.

Previous research had suggested that a woman is born with all the egg cells she will ever have in her lifetime.

But in recent experiments, scientists discovered a new type of stem cell in the ovaries that—when grown in the lab—generates immature egg cells. The same immature cells isolated from adult mouse ovaries can turn into fertile eggs.

Women may make new eggs throughout their reproductive years—challenging a longstanding tenet that females are born with finite supplies, a new study says. The discovery may also lead to new avenues for improving women’s health and fertility.

Stem cells, found in embryos and certain adult body tissues, have the potential to grow into many different types of cells. That study, published in the journal Nature in 2004, was the “first to reach the conclusion that this long-held belief in our field—that young girls are given a bank account at birth that you can no longer deposit eggs to, just withdraw from—was no longer true,” said study leader Jonathan Tilly.

From a purely biological perspective, the concept that a woman would continually generate new eggs during her reproductive years makes sense—since men constantly replenish their sperm, Tilly added.

The small study, involving cancer patients, showed that ovarian biopsies taken from young women who had been given a chemotherapy drug had a far higher density of eggs than healthy women of the same age.

Prof Evelyn Telfer, who led the work at the University of Edinburgh, said: “This was something remarkable and completely unexpected for us. The tissue appeared to have formed new eggs. The dogma is that the human ovary has a fixed population of eggs and that no new eggs form throughout life.”

To figure out what was going on, they looked at the ovarian biopsies of 11 women with Hodgkin lymphoma – eight of whom had been given ABVD and three who’d been given a stronger drug combination that’s known to cause infertility.

They compared these samples to the ovarian biopsies of 10 healthy women.

Surprisingly, the women who’d been treated with ABVD had between double and four times the density of viable eggs in their ovaries than the healthy women. Those given the stronger drug combination had far fewer.

“It suggests that the ovary is indeed a more complex and versatile organ than we have been taught, or that we expected, with an inherent capacity of renewal,” Kenny Rodriguez-Wallberg from the Karolinska University Hospital in Stockholm, who wasn’t involved in the study, told The Guardian. 

At Welling Clinic, we have often experienced in many of our patients with low AMH, that AMH increase to some extent. It always confused us as women with very low AMH would conceive naturally after our homeopathy treatment. Earlier they would have been advised donor eggs due to very low number of eggs in their ovaries which an IVF specialist would say were insufficient for nature conception. More such studies are required to answer the reports we see in our patients with increased AMH post our speciality homeopathy treatment.

Journal Reference:

  1. M. McLaughlin, T.W. Kelsey, W.H.B. Wallace, R.A. Anderson, E.E. Telfer. Non-growing follicle density is increased following adriamycin, bleomycin, vinblastine and dacarbazine (ABVD) chemotherapy in the adult human ovary. Human Reproduction, 2016; DOI: 10.1093/humrep/dew260

Ref:http://news.nationalgeographic.com/news/2012/02/120229-women-health-ovaries-eggs-reproduction-science/
https://www.theguardian.com/science/2016/oct/07/evidence-suggests-womens-ovaries-can-grow-new-eggs
http://www.bionews.org.uk/page_711812.asp

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IVF Success Rate in Mumbai https://www.wellinghomeopathy.com/fertility-treatment/ivf-complete-guide-ivf-mumbai-success-rate/ https://www.wellinghomeopathy.com/fertility-treatment/ivf-complete-guide-ivf-mumbai-success-rate/#respond Wed, 16 Mar 2016 13:00:06 +0000 https://wellinghomeopathy.com/fertility-treatment/?p=13293 The highest possible success rate of IVF after the first cycle can be upto 18-30%. That means upto 82% women like you, fail to conceive after the first cycle of IVF.  The success rate can be far lower with increasing age and after multiple IVF cycles. So is it logical to go after multiple IVF cycles …

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The highest possible success rate of IVF after the first cycle can be upto 18-30%. That means upto 82% women like you, fail to conceive after the first cycle of IVF.  The success rate can be far lower with increasing age and after multiple IVF cycles. So is it logical to go after multiple IVF cycles expecting a higher success rate with falling egg reserves after every failed IVF.

Give your body a chance, to conceive naturally, as it is meant to be, with a little help from the speciality homeopathy treatment.


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IVF Clinics are coming up in every corner of a city like Mumbai. It a common experience that when the quantity increases the quality reduces. There is the huge demand for artificial treatment and its increasing every passing day. The cause of this increase has been discussed much time by me in the blog earlier.

The IVF doctors in Mumbai are some of the best in the world and you can find about them there – BEST IVF DOCTORS IN MUMBAI.

Now we come to one of the controversial topics about the success rate of IVF. Most of the IVF doctors bluff about the success rate of their IVF treatment. Some state it as high as 75%, but global surveys have found that IVF success rate can be a low is 18%. There is obviously some strong reason behind such low success rate. As mentioned earlier, we have the best IVF doctors, the procedure used by them is the latest in the world and even the machinery used is the most modern state of art machinery, as used in any modern hospital of the world. But inherently, female body doesn’t accept anything artificial very easily.  Most the failures happen at the implantation stage or later and uterus doesn’t accept something that is fertilised outside the body, artificially in the lab.

Realistically speaking, the actual success rate can be between 20% to 35% depending on the number of IVF cycle and other criteria’s like age, egg reserves etc.

This is the reason, at Welling Clinics, we don’t recommend IVF as the first option ever. Though it has its own requirement, in the last 16 years, we have experienced that over 88% percentage of the women can conceive naturally with speciality Welling Homeopathy treatment, some dietary changes and yoga.

I would recommend you to do your own research and meet our specialist once to know more on the IVF Success Rate.

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How To Increase Fertility In Women is a common question our doctors get every day from their patients. One in Four couples now find it difficult to conceive and a quarter of all pregnancies can end in a miscarriage and more and more couples are turning to fertility treatments to help them have a family.

A lot of times when trying to “fix” something in the body we tend to segment it and focus only on the “symptoms” or problems occurring. When it comes to true healing, health and fertility, we can not look at the body like that anymore. Especially when it comes to fertility! There are so many systems, feedback loops, hormonal signals and organs that all have to work together, that “treating” one symptom is not the most effective approach.

Up to a third of cases of infertility are classed as unexplained which means if there are no medical issues, changing everyday things about your lifestyle may just make the difference.

Check your weight regularly

If you are at a normal healthy weight you may have a better chance of falling pregnant. That’s having a body mass index ( BMI) of between 18.5 and 24.9.

Anything over BMI 25 is classed as overweight and a BMI of over 30 is defined as obese. Being significantly under- or overweight can negatively affect your fertility. Women who are underweight—with a body mass index (BMI) lower than 19 Kg/M2—take four times as long to get pregnant as women in the normal range (19 to 24 Kg/M2). On the other hand, women who are overweight may have insulin resistance, meaning that too much insulin circulates in the body, disrupting menstruation.

Eat healthy

The benefits of a healthy diet shouldn’t be underestimated when you are trying for a baby. You should be eating a balanced diet containing all of the food groups.

Food and nutrients are very important. Women know a lot about diets and not so much about nutrition. You need carbs for energy and don’t eat processed food because it depletes the body of nutrients.”

Always have breakfast which is key to controlling your sugar levels and have a broad spectrum of vitamins and minerals in your diet and include Omega 3 fatty acids.

Exercise in moderation

Exercise is a great stress reliever so it’s fine to do moderate physical exercise when you’re trying for a baby. Exercise is beneficial as long as it’s not too extreme.

Get good sleep

Ensuring you both get enough sleep may be important when you are trying to boost your fertility. Aim for seven to eight hours a night. The link maybe the hormone leptin. Leptin levels fall when we are tired. Researchers have now found that in some infertile women leptin levels are low.

Try to keep your cool

Sperm develops best in cool surroundings. Men who sit with computers on their laps can have reduced fertility levels.

Men should also avoid long, hot baths. One study found that switching to cool showers increases sperm production by five times. Also swap tight pants for roomier boxer shorts.

Be a cleaning queen

Women who do the housework, gardening or other forms of moderate exercise are three times more likely to conceive through IVF than those with sedentary lives, according to research by the University of North Carolina in the US.

Exercise stops the body producing excessive insulin, which is thought to harm the development of healthy eggs.

Add multivitamins and minerals to your diet

Begin (or continue) taking either a one-a-day type multivitamin or a prenatal vitamin containing folic acid. During the earliest weeks of pregnancy, before you may even realize you’re pregnant, the embryo’s neural tubes (the earliest version of the brain and spinal column) develop. Taking a supplement that contains folic acid will reduce the chance of defects.

Stay calm

You’ve heard it before but yes, you should work to manage your stress. Stress can increase levels of cortisol [the so-called stress hormone], which can temporarily shut down your reproductive system. And, of course, stress can also affect your relationship with your partner, making intimacy more difficult.

Have sex!

Chances of conception rise from 15% for couples having sex once a week to 50% for couples having sex three to four times a week. Sex keeps sperm healthy. Its quality falls if it’s retained in the body for more than three days.

Meet Our Specialists

Our doctors have helped more than 2450 couples globally to parent a child who experienced difficulty in conceiving, many of them with failed IUI, IVF and ICSI. You can discuss with our doctors to understand about our specialty homeopathy treatment and to know if you need any treatment at all to get pregnant.

Read the post multiple times and try to apply as many of the tips as you can, as these tips have been proven to increase fertility in women.

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Can Azoospermia Be Cured? https://www.wellinghomeopathy.com/fertility-treatment/can-azoospermia-cured/ https://www.wellinghomeopathy.com/fertility-treatment/can-azoospermia-cured/#respond Mon, 14 Mar 2016 17:40:48 +0000 https://wellinghomeopathy.com/fertility-treatment/?p=13278 Azoospermia is a complicated illness where the exact cause is difficult to find. Usually, the first test is the semen examination, which indicates zero sperm count. Few further tests are required, like laboratory tests for FSH, Testosterone, etc and Scrotum sonography. These will give indications whether it is obstructive or non-obstructive azoospermia. The treatment for …

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Azoospermia is a complicated illness where the exact cause is difficult to find. Usually, the first test is the semen examination, which indicates zero sperm count. Few further tests are required, like laboratory tests for FSH, Testosterone, etc and Scrotum sonography. These will give indications whether it is obstructive or non-obstructive azoospermia. The treatment for obstructive azoospermia and non-obstructive azoospermia differs a lot in Homeopathy.

What is the treatment for obstructive azoospermia?

In obstructive azoospermia, the sperm production is active and if the obstruction is cleared, the semen examination can become normal. It will also depend on fructose and other secretion that are required to manage ph balance of the semen and energy for sperms to travel. In such scenarios Homeopathy treatment for obstructive azoospermia works very effectively. But if some tubes of sperm passage are absent or damaged due to prior surgery or radiation, it’s not possible with Homeopathy treatment. In obstructive azoospermia, it can take more 1 to 3 cycles of Homeopathy treatment depending on the cause of obstruction.

How the treatment for non-obstructive azoospermia differs?

In men with non-obstructive azoospermia, the passage is good and fructose and other semen contents are usually normal. But there is the lack of sperm production. Sometime in the biopsy, even the precursors of sperm cells are also absent, calling it Sertoli cell only syndrome, where germ cells are absent in biopsy. These men may have germ cells but in a small focus which is difficult to be found in single biopsy and sometimes exploratory biopsy may be needed. In a very small percentage of men, even such foci are absent and in such men, no medicinal treatment can help.They have to go for donor sperms. In all other cases, Homeopathy treatment has been very effective in increasing the sperm count. The treatment for non-obstructive azoospermia can last for 1-2 cycles and can usually see sperm count increase up to 5 to 60 million. At Welling Clinic, we have documented such reports who have benefited by our specialty treatment.

You can visit us personally or contact us through our contact form to know if our specialty treatment can help you too at your age to increase sperm count from zero. Our specialist will surely help answer all your questions and also help you know if your azoospermia can be cured.

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The Early 15 Signs of Pregnancy https://www.wellinghomeopathy.com/fertility-treatment/early-signs-pregnancy/ https://www.wellinghomeopathy.com/fertility-treatment/early-signs-pregnancy/#respond Mon, 14 Mar 2016 11:38:04 +0000 https://wellinghomeopathy.com/fertility-treatment/?p=13270 It’s possible to get the feeling that you’re pregnant soon after you’ve conceived. So you may experience early pregnancy symptoms just two weeks after conception. The symptoms can vary a lot depending on your individual body and can be confusing. You may feel a prickling or tingling sensation in your breasts, particularly around your nipples. …

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It’s possible to get the feeling that you’re pregnant soon after you’ve conceived. So you may experience early pregnancy symptoms just two weeks after conception. The symptoms can vary a lot depending on your individual body and can be confusing.

You may feel a prickling or tingling sensation in your breasts, particularly around your nipples. It happens because pregnancy hormones increase the blood supply to your breasts.

Know the most common 15 initial signs of pregnancy:

1. Swollen and tender breasts

Soreness or tingling in breasts is one of pregnancy’s most common symptoms. Early in pregnancy breasts will fill out and change shape as they prepare to produce milk. Breasts may become very tender and sensitive for a few months as a result. But, Teresa Pitman, doula and lactation expert, notes: “that not all women experience these changes, especially if they have been on birth control pills.”

It is possible to know you’re pregnant in those first few weeks—some women even “know” from the moment of conception. Here are the very earliest pregnancy signs, that you might tnot notice.

2. Darkening areolas

For many women, hormones can cause the areolas, the circles around nipples, to widen and darken during pregnancy. This occurs as the body prepares itself for breastfeeding.

3. Spotting

About five to 10 days after conception, some women notice light spotting when the embryo implants in the uterus. So if you’ve had a light period this month, you might still be carrying a little bundle of joy—psst, here’s what you need to know about home pregnancy tests, including when it’s best to take one.

4. Urinary frequency 

When you’re pregnant, your uterus presses directly on the bladder leading to more frequent urination. The added pressure and intestinal changes may also cause constipation. Of course, the more a baby grows, the more the uterus presses against the bladder and other organs.

5. Fatigue

Many women feel very tired early in pregnancy (it takes lots of energy to create a baby!). In fact, fatigue is often one of the first signs of pregnancy. If you are pregnant, chances are you’ll start to feel less tired around week 12, when the placenta is fully formed.

6. Nausea

Nausea is one of the most common side effects of pregnancy. It’s caused by an increase in hormone levels (about 80 percent of women experience “morning sickness” during the first 3 months of pregnancy). For many, this nausea is not necessarily confined just to the morning – some feel it all day long. Click here for all the facts on morning sickness.

7. Headaches

Early in pregnancy, increased blood circulation caused by hormonal changes may trigger frequent, mild headaches.

8.Constipation

Constipation is another common early symptom of pregnancy. An increase in progesterone causes food to pass more slowly through the intestines, which can lead to constipation.

9.Mood swings

The flood of hormones in your body in early pregnancy can make you unusually emotional and weepy. Mood swings also are common, especially in the first trimester.

10.Faintness and dizziness

As your blood vessels dilate and your blood pressure drops, you may feel lightheaded or dizzy. Early in pregnancy, faintness also may be triggered by low blood sugar.

11. Headaches

The frequency of migraine headaches can increase with pregnancy. Many women who get hormonal migraine headaches find they get more of them during especially early in pregnancy, explains Pitman. However, some people have the opposite experience and actually get a little reprieve from migraines while expecting.

12. Feeling faint or dizzy

Shifting hormones, combined with the heart beating faster to pump more blood through the body can cause blood pressure to gradually decrease early in pregnancy. As a result many women experience periods of dizziness or feeling lightheaded.

13. Metallic taste in your mouth

Some women complain of an odd “metallic” taste in their mouths during pregnancy. While there is no scientific explanation for this symptom, for some it can last throughout their entire pregnancy.

14. Vivid dreams

Dreams during pregnancy often intensify. So if your dreamin’ has become more dramatic this could be a symptom you’re expecting. (Thank your surging hormones for this one!)

15. Bloating

Having trouble buttoning your jeans? Early pregnancy bloating is hard to distinguish from pre-period bloat, but it’s definitely something you’ll feel early on (for most women, that is). You can’t blame that puffy ate-too-much feeling on your baby yet, but you can blame it on the hormone progesterone, which helps slow down digestion, giving the nutrients from foods you eat more time to enter your bloodstream and reach your baby.

So if you think you are pregnant, rush to your closest Welling Clinic or contact us through the contact form to know more about our speciality prenatal treatment to prevent pregnancy complication & promote a disease-free healthy baby through safe and gentle Homeopathy treatment.

For reference more reading:

  • http://www.mayoclinic.org/healthy-lifestyle/getting-pregnant/in-depth/symptoms-of-pregnancy/art-20043853
    http://www.babycentre.co.uk/a25007925/pregnancy-signs-at-two-weeks
    http://www.babycentre.co.uk/top-10-signs-of-pregnancy
    http://www.whattoexpect.com/pregnancy/pregnancy-health/early-symptoms-of-pregnancy.aspx
    http://www.kidspot.com.au/birth/pregnancy/signs-and-symptoms/first-symptoms-of-pregnancy-what-happens-right-away

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Getting Pregnant With Low AMH – A Case Study https://www.wellinghomeopathy.com/fertility-treatment/getting-pregnant-with-low-amh-a-case-study/ https://www.wellinghomeopathy.com/fertility-treatment/getting-pregnant-with-low-amh-a-case-study/#respond Fri, 26 Feb 2016 10:37:01 +0000 https://wellinghomeopathy.com/fertility-treatment/?p=13235 A couple with primary infertility came to us in the month of August 2015 with very low AMH (0.4) . Husbands report was normal. They were advised artificial reproductive techniques with very low success rates. Her menses were very scanty since the past 1 year. Based on her symptoms and the investigations reports she was …

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A couple with primary infertility came to us in the month of August 2015 with very low AMH (0.4) . Husbands report was normal. They were advised artificial reproductive techniques with very low success rates. Her menses were very scanty since the past 1 year.

Based on her symptoms and the investigations reports she was advised to start our HART PROTOCOL for at least 1 cycle – and customised homeopathic medicines were started, she missed her periods in the month of August 2015 –UPT was advised which turned out to be positive (2nd month of treatment)- she was under pregnancy treatment with homeopathy to ensure a healthy and uncomplicated pregnancy there-after.

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