I could see from her hormone numbers that they were all within the normal range. The clomid affected her. She was already very emotional and this made things worse. She came in sobbing and feeling out of sorts with her body. She did do an IUI but it wasn’t successful and the next month was a repeat performance, only this time the emotional wreckage from clomid was worse. Just for clarification, I am not against western medicine. There is a time and a place for it and with the right support (with complimentary medicine), the journey can have less wrinkles.
However, in this case there were other options that didn’t have to do with western medicine. And the one I recommended them to do was an at home intracervical insemination that didn’t require taking clomid. She purchased a device and after making love he ejaculated in a cup and inseminated her. I also gave her fertility supplements, herbs and exercises to do that would increase fertility. And to her surprise she got pregnant that way.
When I heard her story, I thought to myself how many other women struggle with such a similar problem, like painful sex or their partner having erectile dysfunction symptoms. Most women I find don’t know who to talk with about these problems. It’s hard enough to figure out how to get your body fertility ready, but then to deal with the timing of it all and the disappointment when it doesn’t happen becomes hard to bare.
That is why in this fertility blog, I am going to go over how to increase your fertility and answer questions that no one seems to talk about when it comes to baby-making.
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