There’s a good reason that I haven’t been able to post in the last few weeks. We’re pregnant! After my last post, I found out I’m pregnant.
No IVF…no IUI… no hormone supplements… all natural!
It is possible to get pregnant naturally. The doctor visits and everything really did give me a good experience to finding out more about my body. I’ve learned more in the last year about myself than in my entire lifetime. I’m grateful that I’m an adventurous person so I was able to try different methods on getting pregnant!
Some things I did differently should be posted here in depth but here’s a short summary:
– keep drinking those juices I listed and remember that the longer you wait to drink juices after they’ve been pressed or squeezed, the less nutrients you’ll get. The vegetable juices are an important part of my diet in my journey to getting pregnant.
– I started eating two enzymes. Enzymes help break down many molecules in our body and it all starts from the digestion process but there were two that I researched that helped with breaking down fibrins in the body. Who has fibrins? People with endometriosis and endometrioma. Many use these two enzymes for strokes and heart problems but I found out that you can use them to cure endometriosis and endometrioma. Some women have found that using them even in the first month has helped them relieve their pains of endometriosis. Risks? None. Why not try it? They are: Serrapeptase and Nattokinase.
– I started brewing chinese herbs. These are special herbs my sister brought back from Taiwan for me. They’re from a fertility expert in Taiwan. They warm up the body and ovaries and even if you don’t want to get pregnant, they have anti aging effects. No harm in trying right? I heard this lady’s track record is over 90% with pregnancy within the first 3 months of drinking the herbs. It was worth a try and I got pregnant just a month after taking the herbs. Not bad!
I will write more on each of the new things I’ve tried but now that I’m entering my second trimester, I thought I should share my experience with all of you and will go into detail.
16 weeks, and a baby girl!