I’d like to ask you a question about the fertility drug Clomid. My 33-year-old daughter has been trying to have a baby for more than four years. So far, she has done everything natural to enhance her fertility, including yoga, sugarless diet, acupuncture, and herbal teas.
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Miracle Moms, Better Sex, Less Pain by Belinda and Larry Wurn Adhesions in the pelvis can cause pelvic pain, painful intercourse, and fertility problems. I’ve appreciated the pioneering and well-documented work of the Wurns for many years. And I recommend their therapy to anyone with blocked tubes, pelvic pain, small bowel obstruction, or unexplained […]
I recently met Sue Dumais in Toronto at the Hay House I Can Do It! conference. She showed me her book Yoga for Fertility and I was instantly sold. Her book is a gem of practical and effective health wisdom.
Almost all women assume that they will be able to have children someday, even if they’re not sure they want to; the potential to have them is important even to women who never intend to use that potential. The ability to conceive and bear children can profoundly affect the way a woman feels about herself on a very deep level. So when a woman finds that she is unable to have a child, she’s often thrown into great despair and feels a sense of injustice: “Why me?” Seeing teenage mothers having no problems getting pregnant becomes almost impossible to bear, unless the woman can find some meaning in the experience and come to terms with it.