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Foods That Stimulate Ovulation
Is there foods, supplements etc. That stimulate ovaries to release multiple eggs at the same time?
Food and diet rich to increase health of utreus and stimulate ovulation and reduce infertility. Plz suggest foods to induce/stimulate ovulation.
Reality check...: A generally healthy diet low in fats and with balanced protein, carbohydrate, vitamins and minerals along with general good health and exercise, will increase "health of the uterus". However, diet alone will not "stimulate ovulation" or treat problems like endometriosis or scar tissue or ovulatory dysfunction, etc that contribute to infertility. ...Read more
Low Glycemic Index: Great question! while there are no magic foods, normal weight and a healthy, low glycemic index diet are associated with higher fertility, while excess weight and an unhealthy high glycemic index diet are associated with higher rates of infertility. For a helpful reference check out the fertility diet, an easy to read book by harvard researchers dr chavarro and dr willett. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Milk and dairy products increase igf-1 levels that is shown in research papers to increase the sebum production as well. Is that so ?
Haven't heard of it: When reading such research papers, one should ask questions such as: which milk products (there are thousands or more), who were the test subjects, who were the control subjects (did not receive the test products), how many people were tested (the more the better), how much were the igf-1 levels affected, etc... Sometimes research papers have trustworthy results; othertimes not at all. ...Read more
Chlomid helps those ovulate but does it also help increase the chances of conception for those who to ovulate reguarly by producing more eggs?
CC and ovulation: Clomiphene raises the per-cycle chance of conception in women who ovulate normally. Expected time to conception is roughly half (or less) when treating ovulatory women with Clomid (clomiphene) vs. Natural cycles. Clomid (clomiphene) sometimes increases number of follicles by a small amount, but is effective even when one follicle results. ...Read more
Stay healthy: A healthy diet, limiting caffeine and alcohol, avoid tobacco, moderate exercise, and staying healthy promote natural fertility. Herbs, otc drugs, diets, vitamins, supplements, and tricks - natural or otherwise - to 'make you fertile' don't work and can be dangerous. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Yes: Every person is an individual & nothing works for everyone, but Vitex is safe & often very helpful- see http://natural-fertility-info.Com/vitex Make sure you don't need thyroid. Consider rhodiola, a herb that often helps. Consider seeing an acupuncturist who specializes in fertility for individualized treatment. Make sure your partner doesn't have problems with sperm quantity/quality. Good luck! ...Read more
Can soy products which contains isoflavone stop ovulation spotting/bleeding? Ovulation bleeding affect conception or not?
When the egg matures and releases high estrogen, brain starts releasing LH that trigger ovulation.Clomid (clomiphene) is estr receptr.How come estr surge possibl?
Question?: Each month, fsh is produced that recruits eggs which produce estrogen. The rise in estrogen eventually triggers the lh surge and ovulation. Clomid (clomiphene) is a weak "anti-estrogen" and tricks the brain into over-stimulating the ovaries and increases changes of ovulation, to put it simply. Your question is worded poorly, but i hope this is a good answer for you. ...Read more
I've heard that foods( eg: fava beans) which improve HGH can also increase the testerone lv, will consume a lot of these foods make me less feminine?
Live wisely: People hear all sorts of things every day of their lives... But how much of it is true?... And for whom might it be true?... And what bad things might happen if one does too much of one thing, one food, one habit, or one activity? It's wise not to think much of this kind of stuff, so i wouldn't count on foods to alter growth hormone, testosterone, etc.; and would always eat a big variety of foods. ...Read more
Is it ok to eat foods containing soy during my period? I've heard soy can mimic activities of female hormones.
It's OK: The amount of hormones in the soy is small enough that it should not cause any problem for you. ...Read more
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