Will 2019 be the year you FINALLY get pregnant?
My Infertility Struggles and the Years I Wasted Trying to Get Pregnant
Before I go any further, I’d like to explain why it’s so important to me that your dream of having a child comes true. To do so, I’d like to share a little of my story with you. My guess is that – although the details may be different – it will sound a lot like yours. My hope is that by sharing it with you, you’ll understand that I truly do have the help you want and need to get pregnant on your own terms and in your own way.
My husband, James, and I got married in our 20s, but we put off having a family for many years to pursue our careers. We lived in New York and focused on our work, making money, and just having fun.
But, before we knew it, we were in our thirties and realized we were one of the only couples we knew who still hadn’t decided to start a family and have children.
“We talked about what we both wanted and decided that in our hearts we were ready to have a baby.”
It was an exciting time and we couldn’t be happier with our decision.
So, at 34, I stopped taking birth control and we both just thought that Mother Nature would step in and do Her job.
However, this did not happen.
"Month after month, we tried. But, we ended up with nothing but disappointment.”
That’s how I found myself in a place I’d never imagined I would ever be: waiting to see a specialist in a fertility clinic.
Little did I know, I was about to hand over my body, mind and spirit to some stranger.
Even then, my intuition told me there had to be a better way, a more natural way, a loving way that had nothing to do with doctors, needles or catheters.
But, I didn’t listen to that voice inside. Have you had this experience?
So, I was poked, prodded, tested, analyzed and assessed, but all the doctors could tell us about our inability to conceive was that maybe it was because my periods were irregular, or my cervical environment was too acidic, or James might have a slightly low sperm count.
It was, as they said, just another case of “unexplained infertility.”
As I look back, it probably doesn’t matter what they thought the reason was or what they called it.
“The so-called specialists were more interested in instantly treating me with IVF than in really understanding what was going on.”
I was put on fertility drugs that not only cost a fortune but also came with frightening side effects.
Add to that the fact that I had to endure painful uterine scrapings, was being injected with hormone shots by my husband, and only made “love” according to a schedule, and I felt like I didn’t even know who I was anymore.
I was totally out of tune with my body. I didn’t feel in synch with myself or James. As a result, I quit taking care of myself. I gained weight and stopped exercising. Intimacy was long gone and the strain on both of us was becoming too much to handle.
“If you’re going through the same thing right now, you know exactly what I’m talking about, don’t you?”
Then, one day when I was at my breaking point, James and I took a big step back. We looked at ourselves in the mirror and were shocked at who we saw staring back at us.
Somehow, we had given up everything we believed in, cherished and knew to be true.
Somehow, we had allowed Western science to dictate and prescribe methods that were unnatural, potentially highly dangerous, and not at all aligned with the people we knew ourselves to be.
We both wondered how this could have happened to us. But, it was now easy to see:
“The so-called experts used our desperation to have a child to push us down a very narrow path.”
They told us IVF was our only hope. They explained we had no other choices. And, they said – if we really were serious about having children – this was our only option.
The problem, however, was that this was simply untrue. The specialists were wrong, or at least not telling us the whole story.
Yes, we had believed them. Yes, we had allowed ourselves to go down that path because we wanted a child so badly. And, yes, we trusted the “professionals” to have our best interests at heart.
“But, in so doing, we closed ourselves to timeless truths and techniques that cultures around the world have used to get pregnant for millennia.”
At that point, James and I knew we couldn’t continue down that path, so we decided to take matters back into our own hands.
- We started by learning everything we could about fertility and how to conceive naturally.
- We educated ourselves about both the female and male reproductive system.
- We read as much as we could about Eastern medicine, specifically Traditional Chinese Medicine (TCM), and how it could help us get pregnant holistically without the drugs and scientific treatments.
The result? Within three months of leaving the so-called specialists behind and embracing a natural program of diet, exercise, vitamins, and Eastern medicine, we conceived.
“Today, our son Daniel is our biggest joy.”
In the years after Daniel was born, we heard countless horror stories of other couples going through exactly what we did with one BIG exception: They didn’t get pregnant.
That’s right. They went through all the pain, suffering and despair. They let their bodies get turned into science experiments. And, they ended up with nothing but heartache.
For that reason and because we found such amazing success with our holistic approach, I knew I had to do something.
Defeat Your Infertility is the result.
Introducing “Defeat Your Infertility”
I wrote Defeat Your Infertility especially for people like you who are experiencing difficulty getting pregnant and feel that your infertility problems are pushing you to use Western medical “solutions” such as IVF that you just aren’t comfortable with.
Drawing from every region of the world and back through time, I created an all-natural “Conception Blueprint” specifically to help you get pregnant, quickly and holistically.
By following my plan for boosting your fertility naturally, it is my hope that you and your partner can experience the same happiness that my partner James and I experienced when we were finally able to conceive after years of trying.