What is age related infertility?
Age Related Infertility can be a harsh reality for those women who either have put off childbearing for career reasons or simply are a woman who finds themselves wanting more children even as they age.
For all women past 35, there are varied degrees of changes going on that lead us to our pre-menopausal phase in life. Those changes can be very noticeable, or hardly noticeable at all.
They can range from lots of different symptoms of age related infertility to just a few, or maybe she experiences just one pain in the fanny symptom, but, it’s intense enough to first of all, remind her that her fertility is not going to go on forever, as well as be bothersome during the course daily living.
However, upon turning 40 found miscarrying to the tune of 5 consecutive miscarriages all in a row. It was all part of age related infertility. I spoke of raw foods being such a huge part of how I was able to turn things around again and go on to have 2 more healthy pregnancies that gave us 2 healthy boys.
However, there is more to the story than just the good food. In addition to the food, there was also the improvement gained from using Digestive Enzymes.
What is the leading factor of age related infertility in females?
Infertility is a challenging condition that affects millions of couples around the world. While there are many factors that can contribute to infertility, age-related decline in female fertility is one of the leading causes.
As women age, the quantity and quality of their eggs decline, making it more difficult to conceive, including the natural aging process, lifestyle factors, medical conditions, and fertility treatments.
- The primary factor of age-related infertility in females is the decline in the quantity and quality of eggs. This decline is a natural part of the aging process and is more pronounced in women over the age of 35.
- As women age, their ovaries contain fewer eggs, and the eggs that remain are more likely to be damaged or have chromosomal abnormalities.
- This decline in egg quantity and quality can make it more difficult to conceive, and the risk of miscarriage and birth defects increases.
The use of Digestive Enzyme
Digestive Enzymes are supplements that you will find at any local health food store and come in a variety of formulas. They are intended to aid the digestive process by helping to break down food thoroughly so that it can then be assimilated and utilized.
Our pancreas is our very own “enzyme bank” so to speak, and its job is to secrete our own digestive enzymes when we eat. However, as we age our enzyme levels steadily decrease leaving us with less and less nutritional uptake. This is where digestive enzymes are so helpful.
In the case of Age Related Infertility, we will be digesting less and less nutrition from our food because of declining enzyme levels. Therefore, the rest of our system will not receive nutrition. Specifically, our ovaries along with our eggs will not be getting adequate levels of specific nutrients like folic acid for one, a huge contributor to our ovum health.
A healthy diet is an effective way to cure age related infertility
Whatever degree it may be, it’s never something we feel too positive about, especially if we’re trying to conceive. There are lots of ways to slow age related infertility process and make it a more gradual, pleasant, and barely noticeable phase.
First of all, don’t be too upset by the whole thing…. it is something that can be slowed down, naturally, especially if you are willing to do some lifestyle changes. And I know most women that are trying to conceive at any age, are very willing to do whatever it takes to get there.
First of all, if you’re going to go at this with any degree of success, you must change your diet.
- Especially if you’re a gal that eats a lot of processed food.
- Refined carbs, soda, fast food, lots of sugar… it’s all gotta go.
- And, changing your diet for many women is probably one of the hardest things to start, but, I promise you when you’re holding that newborn in your arms after just giving birth… well… somehow I think you’ll feel it was a small price to pay to get there.
Focus on the raw foods
Whole food has got to become your new way of life. And, the more raw and untouched it is, the better. There is just no substitute for raw food as far as what it can do for your fertility, as well as overall health.
Put as much of it into your day as possible. I find in summer, it’s really easy to do this because of all the great fruit around. Take advantage of what’s in season. And, if you are pinched for time, consider getting a juicer. It’s such a fast, convenient way to get the majority of what we need lots quicker for treating age related infertility.