Celebrities are an elite group that seems to have unlimited funds to get whatever they want. If a celeb is struggling with infertility, they should be able to afford every possible type of treatment to help them conceive. True, stars have access to options that regular people do not – but some things cannot be changed even with money, as evidenced by actress Rebel Wilson’s recent fertility revelations.
You are struggling to conceive. A doctor may have deemed you infertile or unlikely to ever conceive naturally. You may have even been told you have unexplained infertility. But the reality is that infertility is a symptom, not a diagnosis. If you are having difficulty conceiving, there is something going on with your body that’s getting in the way.
If you are actively trying to conceive, and have been for some time, there is a good chance you live your life by the calendar. You may be hyper-focused on body temperature and signs of ovulation. You may use multiple fertility apps. This kind of vigilance lets you know your body well, but it’s also a step away from hijacking your mental health.
Many people who choose to start a family are stunned to find themselves experiencing infertility. They may conceive but then suffer miscarriage. They may not be able to conceive at all. This natural act that “everyone” seems to be able to do is not available to you. And, so, the blame game begins. There are so many women who point the finger at themselves as the reason they cannot get pregnant. But that simply isn’t true.
There is a common assumption that when someone can’t get pregnant naturally, the next step is in vitro fertilization (IVF). That is not the case. IVF can cost as much as $15,000 per session, if not more, and the procedure is usually not covered by insurance. The risks of IVF are many and this fertility treatment can still result in heartbreak and disappointment.
You’ve tried the drugs. You’ve tried the shots. Or maybe you’re nervous about putting either into your body. No one would blame you. As much as you want to conceive, the side effects from fertility drugs are scary. What are those meds doing to your body? What could they do to your baby’s body?
Many women have been told they can’t conceive without fertility drugs or IVF. But treatments like this are costly and stressful – and they’re still not a sure thing. There is another way to improve your body’s chances of conceiving without shots or meds and it relies on enhancing your body’s natural abilities.
Many women choose to try to have children at age 35 and later. They have finally arrived at the point in their life where they’re ready to have a family – but their fertility is no longer at peak level. You shouldn’t have to panic just because you’re of “advanced maternal age.” Yes, female fertility and age do influence each other, but there are ways to improve your chances of conceiving naturally, without needles, drugs, and costly, painful procedures.
Infertility can have a profound impact on a person’s psychological well-being. The people you surround yourself with as you try to conceive can also influence your mental health. If you have a doctor who has told you to relax, stop trying so hard, or just be patient, you may be ready to scream. You deserve to work with an expert who will reassure you about the idea of mental infertility and help you finetune your systems physically to improve your chances of conceiving naturally.
Polycystic ovary syndrome (PCOS) is a condition that many women aren’t even aware they have until they start trying to conceive – without success. Sure, you have long lived with irregular or skipped periods, but what was merely an inconvenience before is now a serious impediment when you’re trying to get pregnant. And you want to fix it right away.