When it comes to the female reproductive system we each probably believe we know ourselves quite well, yet there is always more to learn about this complex miracle of life especially when trying to conceive.
Did you know that out of every 100 cases of infertility…
- 20 to 30 are caused by ovulatory or hormonal deficiencies in the female
- 15 to 30 involve disorders or defects in the female’s fallopian tubes
- 10 involve a vaginal or cervical environment that is chemically aggressive to sperm, and
- 10 are caused by “unknown factors”
When it comes to infertility we immediately look for and try to find the BIG reason or “reasons” our ultimate result keeps alluding us but once it is all “said and done” the minor factors are really what get in your way and stop you from getting pregnant to have a healthy pregnancy to term and the healthiest possible baby.
The little subclinical issues that your doctor often fails to point out when he or she glosses over a semen analysis report or a couple of pages of blood test results to categorically pronounce “it all looks fine” or “it’s all ok”. The big problem with these categorical pronouncements is that in 9 out of 10 cases they hide issues (particularly for couples who are struggling to conceive) that when further explored give rise to type of concerns that usually and ultimately (for the couples I treat) mean the difference between having a baby or not. These unknown factors are detailed in my free report which you can click here to access.
Understanding the female reproductive system – how it really works – along with other critical information will help you to …
- Develop an understanding of your body’s natural fertility signs and how to use them to achieve pregnancy
- Pinpoint with precision your most likely day of ovulation, so you can quickly and easily identify your most fertile days
- Know the precise time when you MUST have intercourse once ovulation is confirmed
The Peak Fertility Zone webinar is the final component of the Fertility Challenge which will bring together all the learning from the challenge series and provide step-by-step information about how to deal with issues surrounding male and female infertility so register today to be a part of the next #FertilityChallenge.
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