Female Infertility Treatment without fertility drugs.

Female Infertility - Discover how Natural Progesterone cream may help you overcome fertility problems

Jerome Check, M.D. a female infertility specialist and professor of obstetrics and gynecology at Thomas Jefferson University and Hahnemann University, says of female infertility:
"Too often physicians will treat the infertility problem with strong medication or even surgery without checking progesterone levels first... But for many women, natural progesterone therapy has been very effective in helping them to become pregnant and to carry the child to term. Only after this treatment is tried should more drastic procedures be considered..."



Female Infertility Treatment Without Fertility Drugs.

Fertility drugs are often resorted to as a treatment for female infertiliy and conception.

The 3 primary causes of female infertility are anovulatory cycles, endometreosis and tubal disease, and about 30% of female infertility cases are caused by the anovulatory cycles, often rectified by the correct use of natural progesterone.

At the beginning of the menstrual cycle the pituitary gland in your brain releases follicle - stimulating hormone (FSH) which stimulates the ovary to produce follicles. One of these follicles grows faster to become the " dominant follicle". It is from this follicle that the egg will be released.

The ovaries also produce many hormones, the most important ones are estrogen and progesterone. Estrogen promotes growth of the follicles and development of the endometrium, while progesterone, which is released after ovulation, is important in preparing the endometrium for pregnancy.

When the egg is released, it is swept into the fallopian tube, then begins to move slowly down the tube to be fertilized in the outer third of the fallopian tube, and then continues to the uterus to implant in the lining ( endometruim ) resulting in a pregnancy. If the egg is not fertilize, the endometium is shed as a menstrual period approximately 14 days after ovulation.

Female Infertility is often caused by ANOVULATORY CYCLES.

This occurs as a result of hormonal imbalance either within the hypothalamus, the pituitary or in the ovaries. Common causes of this includes stress, excessive weight loss or weight gain, and polycystic ovaries. Polycystic ovarian cysts (POC) can affect up to 30% of women with fertility problems. The ovaries contain many tiny cysts and although the majority of women with PCOS have normal regular cycles and have no problems conceiving, others may experience menstrual irregularities, fertility problems, excessive growth of body hair, acne and obesity.
Treatment used with success by Dr. John Lee and other 'natural alternative' doctors, involves correcting the hormonal imbalance and stimulation of the ovaries.

Female Infertility Treatment With Natural Progesterone.

"Dr. Lee had a number of patients in his practice who had been unable to conceive. For two to four months he had them use natural progesterone from days 5 to 26 in the cycle (stopping on day 26 to bring on menstruation). Using the progesterone prior to ovulation effectively suppressed ovulation. After a few months of this, he had them stop progesterone use. If you still have follicles left, they seem to respond to a few months of suppression with enthusiasm -- the successful maturation and release of an egg. His patients, some of whom had been trying to conceive for years, had very good luck conceiving with this method....."

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