Secondary infertility is a problem faced by 1 out of every 5 new mothers. Although at first, it does not seem like a huge problem and it can be dealt with quite easily, the truth is that it can impact your life just as much as infertility without any children. Secondary infertility not only affects possible long-term plans and dreams but it can destroy a woman’s self-confidence and her idea of femininity. The stress caused by the understanding of not being able to have children can be overbearing and may require professional treatment in severe cases.
What to do: Eliminate dairy, refined sugar and processed foods, reduce caffeine. supplement with fish oil, Vitamin C, E, B6, B12 and magnesium. Reduce stress, get more sunlight, exercise. LOMBALGIA and herbs can help a lot.
I tried various antihistamines and found that Benydryl worked the best. Depending on the kind, they could make me really groggy, but the non-drowsy ones worked pretty well. I would take them right away when I’d notice the hives beginning or I’d take some as a preventative measure if I had to be out and about at night. Benydryl helped a lot to give me a peace of mind about the hives and to feel like I has some control over the situation, but it is still not a good idea to be taking too many drugs. Also, if I did get hives, I found that drinking a lot of water really helped to keep them from getting worse and would help to slowly start to bring them down. I am not sure why, but keeping myself hydrated and keeping my body temperature normal seemed to restore the balance in my body.
Have you ever heard of elephant walking? It has worked well for some of my clients who carry breech near term. Elephant walking is walking on hands and feet instead of knees. As soon as you try it, you will see why it would work! It’s very difficult to do, but it definitely helps loosen the baby up and out of the pelvic ring. Some people feel the baby turn as soon as they start doing it.
When it comes to stopping the addiction, most will make excuses out of pure laziness. They assume it’ll be too hard of a process or just don’t have the motivation. What people need to realize is that they should never wait until it’s too late to begin the process. It’s much easier to begin the process before you end up sick or with cancer. I won’t sugar coat things and say it’s a walk in the park. The road to quitting smoking can be rough, but if you have the will power the mind can be a powerful tool and you can overcome anything. Don’t be a slave to smoking, there are many natural methods which truly can help you be nicotine free and enjoy life as it should be done.
Every New Year’s Eve for five years, I made a resolution to quite smoking. Sometimes I lasted a week, sometimes a few days, once even a month. Nothing seemed to work. I cut down, again and again; I must’ve ‘quit’ fifty times. Then one year it happened. There wasn’t much I could point to that was different, yet somehow the conditions were right. The last resolution stuck and I never smoked again. A mystery!
Dealing with secondary infertility is an amazingly huge problem that most people do not recognize. I have personally experienced the pain that it can bring as it was a major problem in my own marriage. It took years to overcome the plans that I had for my life and my wife as well. She had a beautiful girl from her previous marriage, however together we couldn’t conceive. The difficulties run not only for the woman but the couples together.