Poly Cystic Ovarian Disorder (PCOS) influences fertility and although you may not yet be ready to have a baby, managing your PCOS naturally is something everyone with PCOS should know how to do.
The causes of PCOS vary and can be a combination of genetics, digestive problems, autoimmune problems and infections (to name but a few). The key to correctly managing your PCOS is to identify what's causing it and then adopting natural strategies to maintain your fertility health so your body is ready to have a baby when you are.
Unexplained infertility linked to PCOS can be caused by mercury and other environmental pollutants. This is why the BUMP®Fertility method utilizes the most up to date natural fertility screening techniques based on peer review research and modern science.
How do you get to maintain your fertility or pregnant naturally with PCOS and thyroid problems? PCOS (Poly Cystic Ovarian Disorder) is a cause of infertility and thyroid problems affecting 6 -10% of women of...
If you want to get pregnant faster, you need to rethink your fertility strategy. Unexplained infertility in both men and women can be caused by mercury and other environmental pollutants. This is why the BUMP®Fertility method utilizes the most up to date natural fertility screening techniques based on peer review research and modern science.
The accumulation of mercury causes infertility in both men and women. It can interfere with the production or action of hormones, sperm production, and health and oocyte quality.
If you have been trying to conceive with no luck and you have ‘unexplained infertility’, it’s time to rethink your strategy and find new ways to improve your health so you can conceive naturally.
Heavy Metals a link to Unexplained Infertility
Mercury is a nasty heavy metal that a lot of people are exposed to through dental fillings. Women with 4-10 amalgam fillings were estimated to uptake 8-30 mcg mercury daily through their saliva, women...
This 10 minute initial conversation is free of charge and enables us to gain an understanding of where you are up to in your fertility journey. It provides an opportunity for you to ask questions and find out which BUMPFertility service is best for you.