You Can Get Pregnant Over 40 Naturally

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Tuesday, May 29, 2018


Woman has 4 miscarriages in 18 months before discovering the role of antigens
You would think that someone who works in the "fertility industry" would know everything about every treatment.  I know people may jokingly say "I'm allergic to my husband", but in this case, she really was!
 This article talks about an embryologist who was experiencing repeated miscarriages and tried an experimental treatment which may have been the answer to her problems. Read more:

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From the article:

"It was a controversial treatment that she had. She was immunised with her husband's white blood cells, in many ways making her allergic to her husband.

"Some people say it doesn't work but my view is that there are so many different causes for miscarriage so there is no one treatment that will work for everybody.

"The key is appropriate detailed investigations to identify the problem."


He said that tests carried out at a specialist clinic in London revealed that Mrs Berrisford and her husband both carried similar antigens in their blood.

For this reason, her body was not producing the blocking antibodies to provide a protective blanket around the embryo and prevent the baby from being rejected.

Her immune system was not working properly so each time she became pregnant the baby miscarried. Mrs Berrisford said that she had been trying for a baby since November 2002 and had four miscarriages in 18 months.


Sunday, May 27, 2018


Pregnancy after multiple miscarriages

As most of my readers know, I suffered from multiple miscarriages (including an ectopic with surgery) before I got pregnant with my daughter and had a normal gestation. Many women suffer through an enormous amount of miscarriages before they have a successful pregnancy.  Here is a heartwarming story of a woman who finally has a baby after 16 miscarriages.  It just goes to show you that success is possible even in the seemingly hopeless situations.
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From the article:


Maria, from Moulton Seas End, near Spalding, Lincs, suffered her first miscarriage aged just 19. She then experienced the trauma of a further 13 miscarriages and the stillbirth of her son Shannon. She and John gave up hope when their son Kia died aged two weeks in 2009.
But they decided to try one last time after Maria fell pregnant unexpectedly last year. Doctors diagnosed her with both pre-eclampsia and streptococcus B – a deadly combination which causes blood clots to form in the placenta. During pregnancy Maria needed twice-daily stomach injections to thin her blood and had weekly scans.

Friday, May 25, 2018


COQ10 is used by living cells to process energy and function. It helps to turn the energy we consume from carbohydrates into adenosine triphosphate (ATP), the form of energy our cells can actually use to carry out many critical functions in the body. is essential for healthy metabolism, bones, and neurological and muscle functioning.

CoQ10 also functions as an antioxidant with vitamins E and C and selenium to help prevent free radical damage to our cells.  So how can this antioxidant help with pregnancy and hopefully prevent miscarriage?  CoQ10 plays a crucial role in energy production inside the mitochondria. As people age, production of CoQ10 decreases. Therefore, an older woman’s eggs are less efficient at producing energy. CoQ10 levels are highest during the first 20 years of life, after which, they begin to decline.
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However, it should be noted that studies on the effectiveness of this supplement are few, but this one certainly looks encouraging.

From the study:
Female reproductive capacity declines dramatically in the fourth decade of life as a result of an age-related decrease in oocyte quality and quantity. The primary causes of reproductive aging and the molecular factors responsible for decreased oocyte quality remain elusive. Here, we show that aging of the female germ line is accompanied by mitochondrial dysfunction associated with decreased oxidative phosphorylation and reduced Adenosine tri-phosphate (ATP) level. Diminished expression of the enzymes responsible for CoQ production, Pdss2 and Coq6, was observed in oocytes of older females in both mouse and human. The age-related decline in oocyte quality and quantity could be reversed by the administration of CoQ10. Oocyte-specific disruption of Pdss2 recapitulated many of the mitochondrial and reproductive phenotypes observed in the old females including reduced ATP production and increased meiotic spindle abnormalities, resulting in infertility. Ovarian reserve in the oocyte-specific Pdss2-deficient animals was diminished, leading to premature ovarian failure which could be prevented by maternal dietary administration of CoQ10. We conclude that impaired mitochondrial performance created by suboptimal CoQ10 availability can drive age-associated oocyte deficits causing infertility.

Wednesday, May 23, 2018


Stress, Miscarriage and Cortisol

I've come across conflicting information in the literature about whether or not stress causes or contributes to miscarriage.    We all know that stress can affect fertility, but the jury seems to be out on whether or not it can cause miscarriage.
 I'm not a researcher, but Ive read enough convincing articles to conclude (at least in my own mind) that stress can contribute to miscarriage. Here is another article which seems to support that conclusion:

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Maternal stress is commonly cited as an important risk factor for spontaneous abortion. For humans, however, there is little physiological evidence linking miscarriage to stress. This lack of evidence may be attributable to a paucity of research on maternal stress during the earliest gestational stages. Most human studies have focused on "clinical" pregnancy (>6 weeks after the last menstrual period). The majority of miscarriages, however, occur earlier, within the first 3 weeks after conception (5 weeks after the last menstrual period). Studies focused on clinical pregnancy thus miss the most critical period for pregnancy continuance. We examined the association between miscarriage and levels of maternal urinary cortisol during the first 3 weeks after conception. Pregnancies characterized by increased maternal cortisol during this period (within participant analyses) were more likely to result in spontaneous abortion (P < 0.05). This evidence links increased levels in this stress marker with a higher risk of early pregnancy loss in humans. 


Sunday, May 20, 2018


Natural Progesterone Cream, Can It Prevent Miscarriage?

I did use natural progesterone cream when I was trying to conceive, but once I confirmed my pregnancy, I did not continue to use it.  I was a little afraid to take or use anything in pregnancy although, according to John Lee (one of the pioneers in progesterone cream who is no longer living), it is safe to use in pregnancy.
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According to his site, women at risk for miscarriage due to progesterone deficiency should get about 30-40mg per day of natural progesterone.  He recommends creams which provide 450 to 500 mg of progesterone per ounce and 1/4 teaspoon a couple of times per day should provide about 40mg.

Of course, you should always check with your doctor or healthcare provider before taking anything in pregnancy.

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Friday, May 18, 2018


Pregnancy Over 40 - Miscarriage Over 40

I could certainly relate to this article...having a miscarriage is so misunderstood by the rest of the world.

To them it's just another you it's a future shattered. Nobody else can understand unless they've been there...including your doctor.

"You Can Always Consider Adoption" Arrghhh!
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I had a number of reactions from healthcare professionals after my many miscarriages.  Some basically just ignored it and gave me a sheet of aftercare instructions and others just made me feel worse by telling me I could always consider adoption.  I have nothing against adoption, but that wasn't what I needed to hear at that time.
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I recently had my third miscarriage in a year. It happened early in the pregnancy, and it was dismissed as no big deal — “chemical pregnancy” seems to be the term of art. Let’s not overreact, no need for hysterics, keep moving. “We’ll treat it as though you’re just getting your period,” as my doctor put it.

But honestly, it is not just like getting your period. Psychologically, of course, it is nothing like it, but physically it is different, too. I had cramps for hours that left my ribs feeling bruised, and then four days later I was back at work and exhausted because I was still bleeding a lot — not an alarming amount, but enough to make me schedule meetings in rooms near bathrooms, and to send me home in the afternoon for a two-hour nap. I wonder how men would cope. All of the pain, mess, furtive tidying-up, shame and soldiering-on seem so fundamentally female to me.


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Wednesday, May 16, 2018


How to help your body boost progesterone levels
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Progesterone is a key hormone for sustaining a pregnancy.  The name "progesterone" literally means "pro-gestation".  Way back before I got pregnant with my daughter naturally, I went through fertility treatments (which all failed).  But, it was helpful to have my hormone levels tested.  I was found to have progesterone with a "ski jump" pattern.  This is where it was high at the beginning of my cycle, but it fell too quickly which would trigger my menstrual cycle to start.  My uterine lining would shed and of course, a pregnancy could not implant.
There have been many debates in the medical community as to whether progesterone supplementation helps to avoid miscarriage.  But why not help you body increase progesterone naturally.  There are certain foods and supplements that can help boost this hormone or help your body manufacture it naturally.

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Monday, May 14, 2018


Is It Easier To Conceive After A Miscarriage?

Long before I was trying to get pregnant, I remember people saying that if you have a miscarriage, it is easier to get pregnant again because of the increased levels of hormones in your system.  Recent
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research has shown that there is no need to wait to get pregnant again after a miscarriage (in years past, they used to recommend waiting at least 3 months....but assuming you didn't have to have a D&C or assuming you were not given medications for an ectopic for instance...there is no need to wait).  So is it easier to get pregnant?  There are differing opinions on this subject.  I have devoted a page on my website to discussing this very topic.


Friday, May 11, 2018


Fish Oils To Prevent Pregnancy Loss

It seems like I'm hearing more and more about fish oils for just about everything.  They are recommended for their "anti-inflammatory" affect on the body so they are great for a number of the auto-immune disorders that seem to be more prevalent in our society.  Even recurrent miscarriage, in some cases, may be attributed to the immune system.   Fish oils contain the all powerful Omega-3 fats which are essential not only for the nervous system, but they also help your body manufacture
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Wednesday, May 09, 2018


 Did you know it can take HcG a full month or even longer to get out of your system after having a miscarriage?  I didn't know this until I experienced the emotional pain and physical discomfort of having a non-viable pregnancy that stayed in my body quite sometime after I found out the pregnancy would not make it.  I also became very familiar with much of the terminology used by the medical profession surrounding miscarriage.  Terms such as "blighted ovum", "chemical pregnancy", spontaneous abortion and other terms are thrown around with very little explanation to the women they pertain to. 
I have devoted a page on my website to explain the to 10 things (and more) that I wished I would have known about miscarriage.  I suffered six miscarriages before having my successful pregnancy
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and I became an (unwilling) expert on the subject.


Sunday, May 06, 2018


If you've had a miscarriage, but it has not expelled from your body, is there anything you can do to help it along? Many women who have experienced infertility have to endure the heartbreak of miscarriage as well. What people don't know is that it can take a while for a non-viable pregnancy to expel from your body. You will probably want to try again, so getting back to your normal cycles is important.
I have done some research on ways to encourage a natural miscarriage. Two methods include:

1. Cinnamon:
This can be purchased as a quill (the tube shape) or as ground powder. It stimulates the uterus and can
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cause contractions. Cinnamon supplements may be best as they are already measured in safe doses. Too much cinnamon can cause liver toxicity. Cinnamon may also be helpful after a miscarriage because it can help stop bleeding and encourage healing because of its affect on blood platelets.

2. Parsely:
Parsley can be used inside the body as well as consumed orally. To use vaginally, it is recommended to get a sprig of fresh and organic parsley and insert it deep into the vagina. You should change it every 12 hours. It is recommended to also consume parsley by boiling about two cups of water, adding the parsley after removing it from the heat and steep it for about 20 minutes and consume it throughout the day.

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Saturday, May 05, 2018


Top 5 fertility herbs for women over 40

1. Oat straw: This is an excellent nourishing herb that helps in promoting a healthy endocrine system that is accountable for hormone production, particularly progesterone and estrogen. For best results it must be taken together with Dandelion.
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2. Red Clover Blossoms: This has proven to be one of the most effective fertility herbs for women. It is enriched with minerals, calcium, magnesium, protein and vitamins. Each of these helps in assisting the female body, calcium and magnesium each helps in promoting fertility. Minerals help to balance the levels of hormone, protein helps with overall health and vitamins work wonders for the uterus. Additionally, red clover blossoms also help in repairing the damage or scarring in the Fallopian tubes along with repairing "unexplained infertility". This is one of the most effective fertility herbs for women over 40.
3. False Unicorn Root: This herb has myriad health benefits such as hormonal balance, amenorrhea, ovarian cysts and infertility. It helps in easing vaginal dryness and ovarian pain and is regarded extremely helpful when trying to get pregnant. False Unicorn Root is one of the best natural remedies to improve fertility in women.
4. Red Raspberry Leaf: This is a favorite fertility herb. It helps to tone the uterus thereby supporting to make it more appropriate for implantation and on the later stage also help in making contractions more effective at the time of labor. Enriched with minerals, vitamins and calcium, this herb helps to strengthen the lining of the uterine and also lengthen the luteal phase.
5. Chasteberry (Vitex): Popularly known as the female herb for its health benefits for women, Chasteberry helps in stimulating the pituitary gland that manages the progesterone and estrogen. It helps the body in balancing these important hormones. Taking Vitex regularly helps to improve fertility effectively. It is also beneficial during menopausal changes and normalizing female sex hormones. This is also one of the best natural remedies to improve fertility in women...


Wednesday, May 02, 2018


Ectopic Pregnancy and IVF Frozen Embryos

Wow, I was astounded to read this article about how frozen embryos increase the chance of ectopic pregnancy.
I had two ectopics, which both were the result of IVF. Statistically, there is a higher risk of ectopic with IVF, but frozen embryos have a 17 times greater risk! If ectopic pregnancies rupture, it can be life threatening. Read more:


Using frozen embryos in fertility treatment raises the risk of a potentially fatal ectopic pregnancy by 17 times, researchers have found.

Using frozen embryos in fertility treatment raises the risk of a potentially fatal ectopic pregnancy by 17 times, researchers have found.

Scientists had thought that the risk of ectopic pregnancy was only slightly increased for frozen embryos compared with the use of "fresh" embryos. The American researchers said they had been surprised by the results and were not sure of the reason.

Alison Cook, a spokeswoman for the Human Fertilisation and Embryology Authority, which regulates fertility treatment in Britain, said the study was a "serious concern". "We have never come across these figures before. We will be studying the research," she said.

When a woman first has IVF treatment, doctors usually transfer between one and three "fresh" test-tube embryos into the uterus.
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In the past 10 years technology has meant that increasing numbers of couples are choosing to freeze some of the created embryos, giving them a chance of trying further IVF cycles if the first one fails. After the first attempt, women can use the frozen embryos without having to go through the painful process of hormone treatment, egg retrieval and fertilisation for a second, third or even fourth time.

Frozen embryo storage also allows patients having chemotherapy treatment and other women to create fertilised embryos and delay motherhood until they want to try for a family.

Doctors are becoming increasingly concerned at the effect of the freezing process on embryos. Last month, the fertility expert Lord Winston called for more research, and warned that some women were, in effect, being experimented on before the dangers were known.

A study carried out by Lord Winston's team at the Hammersmith Hospital in west London has shown that some types of embryo freezing may alter behaviour of a gene that supresses tumours. Delaying the transfer of embryos to a mother - another technique used in some clinics - also seemed to interfere with genes in animal experiments, he said.

The new study by scientists at Brown University in Providence, Rhode Island, to be presented to the annual confe- rence of the American Society for Reproductive Medicine in Texas today,has revealed more concerns. The researchers compared 2,452 cycles of IVF using fresh embryos, with 392 using frozen transfers. They found that 1.8 per cent of the fresh cycles led to an ectopic pregnancy, compared with 31.8 per cent of the frozen attempts.


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