Thursday, June 4, 2009

Men and Women Infertility Treatment

There are a number of reasons that couples have infertility problems and it can be caused by the man, woman, or even both equally. The good news is most of these problems can be pinpointed and a lot of times, fixed. For some, infertility is caused by more complicated or serious problems; however, many couples struggling with infertility need to first recognize some of the minor issues that could be keeping them from getting pregnant. Then, decide the best way they should go about solving these issues. Some of these minor issues include using a lubricant that affects the survival of the sperm, not having sex enough, excessive use of alcohol, drugs, or tobacco, and stress in either the man or the woman.

Most of the above problems can be resolved very easily. For example, discontinue using the lubricant or watch the amount of alcohol or tobacco that is consumed. Stress can be alleviated by exercise, techniques of relaxation or even by having intercourse more often. Sometimes certain positions can also affect the likelihood of becoming pregnant. Other effects can sometimes inhibit a couple from getting pregnant and they need a bit more help achieving this goal. There are many ways to do this as well.

The most common thing many couples do is seek the expertise from infertility specialists. These doctors will normally recommend medicine, surgery, artificial insemination, or injections. Many of these procedures can be very time consuming and cost thousands of dollars. Some medicines and fertility drugs can cause the woman to carry multiples (twins, triplets, etc.) which increases the risk of complications during the pregnancy and delivery. Many times multiples are born prematurely which can cause more problems during the babies' early life and development. Another issue with many infertility drugs is the side effects that can result while a woman is taking them. Anything from headaches to dizziness and anxiety to depression could occur. Also, couples must be very careful while using some of these drugs as continuation of them if pregnant could cause harm to the baby. Some of the same infertility drugs that are given to women can also work for the men; however, it has a lower success rate.

There are some new natural therapeutic treatments that reduce the time, cost and stress of the above mentioned conventional remedies. These treatments for infertility work for men and women with almost no side effects. They can enhance both the sperm count of the man, and reduces inflammation associated with endometriosis which is a main cause of infertility in women.

One of these new treatments is a tablet called Fertalin, a natural substance containing a Nokomis compound which consists of amines. Amines are found in some everyday foods and are essential ingredients for regeneration, cellular and tissue growth. Because it is an all natural treatment, it can reduce the stress related to infertility and allows the body of both men and women, to concentrate on the main goal; reproducing.

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