How does the female reproductive anatomy effect pregnancy? Most women have heard of names like cervix, uterus and fallopian tubes but what on earth do they actually do. Or more importantly how do they affect infertility?
The fact that you are reading an article about the female anatomy and reproductive system lest me assume that you (like so many other women) have suffered or are suffering. Infertility can feel like a horrible curse, it is easy to feel dejected when all you wish for is the ability to start a family. For most people it happens so easy, in fact for some they conceive by ‘accident’ – if only! That feeling of aching and daring to dream for a baby of your own can be the loneliest feeling on the planet.
Well im here to tell you tell you some things that are going to allow you to completely give up dreaming. Now that might sound a bit depressing but let me explain. There are ways and means of getting pregnant despite what you r doctor or friends may have told you. There are systems and strategies that are kept hidden from the majority of women. I don’t have time to explain why the drug companies want to keep these infertility methods secret but what I can say is the reason you are going to stop dreaming is because you are not going to need to anymore – that’s right I believe you can successfully have healthy child of your own.
What I’m going to do is run through the basics of the female anatomy and reproductive system and look at how it affects infertility
- The vagina
- The Cervix
- The Uterus
- The Ovaries
- The Eggs
- The Fallopian Tubes
- The Menstrual Cycle
Learning how each of these affect infertility is very important to learning the basics about beating infertility. For instance the vagina isn’t normally considered to have that much of an effect on infertility but issues with the vagina hymen can lead to endometriosis.
The cervix can often play a role in miscarriage as if have an incomplete cervix it can sometime not hold the pressure of the baby against it. Most people realize the ovaries are incredibly important when it comes to conceiving a child as the hold and protect your eggs. What lots of women don’t realize is that your body doesn’t actually produce more eggs during your life. Therefore if you ovaries are damaged or infected this can be very damaging to the ease with which you can conceive.
The moral of the story is ‘education is the key’. Learn about your body but most importantly dig deeper than your local health magazine. As I quickly mentioned before there are systems and ways to overcome infertility despite your doctor telling you otherwise. Don’t always accept that drugs are the best ways to fix things, here in the western world we tend to go straight towards the easy option – which is often the quick fix. Or should I say ‘not-fix’. Educate yourself, find women and testimonials of couples that have overcome the things your are facing right now and take action.