You feel down in the dumps when you come to know that you have to go to an infertility clinic as you’re not ovulating.
If you share your problem with your friends they pity you. You feel like everybody labeling you as infertile.
You feel ashamed to share with your family also as no one in your family had this kind of issue in the past.
The real concern is that no one will understand your pain including your husband.
I can relate to your pain as I have also undergone the same painful circumstances and at times I even felt like ending my life. One day when I’m talking to my dearest friend a sudden insight flashed in my mind and that literally changed my life altogether.
Look at this very carefully…
The insight I gained on that day is fear and shame will engulf us until and unless we get clarity of the problem we are dealing.
Here your problem is not the question of lack of ovulation or infertility per se. The real problem is a lack of clarity as to why the natural process of fertility not taking place. What is stalling the natural process? What wrong is happening in your body?
If you can find answers these questions, dealing with your problem becomes very easy and you no longer feel it as an issue at all.
Before I dwell on the probable cause of lack of ovulation (Get Ovulation) or other issues you please pay close attention here.
Getting pregnancy is the natural process and if that is not happening what could be the factors behind it? Just think of it yourself.
If common sense prevails it is not difficult to know that “something” in the body is blocking the natural process. If you can find that “something” and unblock it the natural process begins normally. And that’s it.
Getting pregnancy is a natural process (Check 10 Natural Fertility Enhancers) and therefore you need not make it complicated. First, you understand the following principle;
The disease cannot exist in a healthy body…
As it turns out…
You can have a healthy body only through proper nourishment, strengthening the immunity system and strengthening your mind.
Once you become healthy, the disease disappears from your body automatically.
You believe or not you have to combat your problem based on the above natural law…
How to Deal With Infertility Depression:
Symptoms of depression are incredibly common during infertility. Being sad when you cannot easily conceive is, of course, an incredibly natural reaction. Procreation is the strongest instinct in the animal kingdom; the desire to want a baby is the most natural thing in the world. My patients usually tell the same story: they gleefully do away with the birth control, happily try for a few months, and then usually get somewhat worried. As time goes by the worry turns to genuine concern and when they finally see a doctor, anxiety and sadness might have already set in. By the time they see an infertility specialist, they have experienced the roller coaster of emotions every month, feel that absolutely everyone in their life is pregnant or has a new baby, and if one more person tells them to “just relax”, they may be in danger of losing it totally.
If you are experiencing tearfulness, not looking forward to things as much as you used to, have issues with sleeping and/or eating, are not enjoying activities like you did in the past, and are feeling irritable, it is possible that you are depressed. But you have to remember that feeling depressed as you are going through infertility is completely normal. How can you not feel sad when you want a baby more than anything in the world, everyone you know seem to conceive effortlessly, but no matter what you do or how hard you try, it isn’t happening for you? Click Here To Read More!
How To Deal With Infertility When Everyone Is Getting Pregnant
Jen Brandon of Orange County, California, has struggled for nearly four years to have a second child. She’s suffered multiple early miscarriages, taken three rounds of Clomid, undergone five cycles of artificial insemination, and weathered two surgeries. All she has to show for it is a huge hole in her bank account. “I try not to be bitter,” she says, “but sometimes when I see a pregnant woman, I think, ‘I hate pregnant women!’”
Dr. Feingold says, “It’s a normal, natural, negative thought. It’s the pain and grief speaking.”
Mixed emotions are natural, too. You can feel happy for the good fortune of a friend, while feeling like life has cheated you at the same time. Brandon remembers crying privately in her car after a friend announced her pregnancy within days of one of Brandon’s miscarriages. And when a college girlfriend wound up expecting triplets, she thought, “Why does she get three babies and I get none?” But in the end she says, “There’s part of me that’s genuinely happy for my friends and co-workers,” even though she feels frustrated and depressed at her own situation.
In a nutshell, it’s OK to be angry and all right to be sad. Jealousy is part of the package, too. Those feelings don’t make you a bad person. They make you a real person, with real feelings. Feelings that happen to hurt like hell right now.
Let’s be honest, baby showers, like weddings, can be tedious affairs after you’ve attended a few of them. From goofy games to ooohing and aaahing over the endless parade of tiny clothing—it’s enough to drive an older mom nuts, so imagine how it feels to someone who’s struggling to have a baby of their own. Imagine putting a starving person in a room full of food they’re not allowed to eat. It’s simply torturous.
Don’t feel obligated to attend every shower you’re invited to. Just send a nice gift with your polite regrets and go do something fun for yourself instead. Or you can show up for the hors d’oeuvres and some mingling, but make a graceful exit before the games, gifts, and gossiping really kick in.
Dr. Feingold recommends that women get back to the interests and activities that they enjoy. Click Here To Read More!
Make no mistake about this…
Keep the above principle in mind and deal your problem from three fronts…
It is the only surefire way to get pregnancy naturally…
The only thing you require is following these three steps.
Here are the three steps:
- Dietary change to nourish your body but not satisfying your tongue.
- Enhance immunity system to protect your body against the disease.
- Internal cleansing to eliminate chemicals and toxins from your body.
If you carefully observe the above triangle and its arrow marks, you’ll find that one process has impact over the other process. In other words, these processes are working in tandem.
In fact, this is the secret of getting back your healthy body.
With this 3 step system, you can rebalance your body including your hormonal system…
And as result, you will get pregnancy naturally (Check 10 Tips To Get Pregnant)…
So the only way you can feel control of your life is by taking the full responsibility of getting pregnancy on your own.
So stop dependency on modern medicine that doesn’t address the root cause of the problem.
What is the bottom line?
It is the time to throw away those awful medications and contraceptives and go for the 3 step natural system.
I know our stupid monkey mind doesn’t believe this and keep on trying to bring back us to the state of disbelief.
We have to pity our mind for such negative talk because it has no experiential clarity and at this juncture, it is our responsibility to take the plunge.
Once you get back your health and get the pregnancy naturally then your mind will believe this.
If you allow me I have no hesitation in saying that the situation is, in fact, an opportunity to take major lifestyle changes that ultimately bring unbelievable joy and peace in your life.
To summarize I give the following formula for getting pregnancy naturally:
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TUNE LIFE. FIGHT INFERTILITY. FULFILL MOTHERHOOD.
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