Help for Female Infertility: The Dangers Conventional Medicine

Female infertility can be treated with infertility drugs, invasive procedures, artificial insemination, and assisted reproductive technology (ART). Unfortunately not only are these methods expensive, they also carry negative side-effects like nausea, headaches, and possible weight gain.

These infertility treatments are also known for working too well. What I mean by that is producing twins, triplets, or more! A common drug prescribed is called Clomid which sends a signal to your ovaries to release eggs.

Doctors often suggest surgery if your fallopian tubes have been compromised or obstructed. Surgery is however helpful in the removal of ovarian cysts and or fibroids.

There are two main forms of artificial insemination, in wish the male’s sperm is injected into a female’s reproductive system. * Intra-cervical Insemination, is when the sperm in placed in the neck of the cervix.
* Intrauterine Insemination (IUI), is when the sperm in placed in the uterus.

Assisted reproductive technology or ART entails removing eggs and collecting sperm and combining them in a lab. Doctors then place the embryo back inside of the female. A Major problem with this method is that the process of natural selection does not take place. In nature the healthiest most capable sperm makes contact and fertilizes the egg. By placing random sperm in the egg, unfit sperm may be chosen.

Types of Assisted Reproductive Technology (ART)

* In vitro fertilization (IVF)
* Zygote intra-fallopian transfer (ZIFT)
* Tubal-embryo transfer
* Gamete intra-fallopian transfer (GIFT )
* Intracytoplasmic sperm injection (ICSI)
* Gestational Carriers or surrogate mothers

Unless you find out that you have a physical condition, blocked fallopian tubes for example, or a sexually transmitted disease that prevents your from achieving a natural conception, getting pregnant naturally should be your choice. The dangers of conventional medicine are far too great when you can get pregnant holistically. Surgery should be looked upon as a last resort.