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02:52 PM | 06-04-2021

Hi i have hypothyroidism, I take pill 125 mg and my thyroid is normal. I have infertility problem, my 2 Ivfs failed. I m very tried. Pls suggest.


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04:30 PM | 26-04-2021

Hello Tejal,

The thyroid is a metabolic disorder. When we load our body with improper foods like saturated fats, preserved and processed foods. An underactive thyroid gland leads to hypothyroidism whereas an overactive thyroid gland leads to hyperthyroidism. 
In hypothyroidism, metabolism becomes too slow and the person gains weight too easily. It disturbs the hormonal balances of the body because of which the person becomes prone to other health issues. Hormonal imbalance is the main reason for difficulty in conception. Hence, it is necessary to make a balance in the body first.

Possible reasons for infertility 

  • Stress.
  • Incorrect sleeping pattern. 
  • Poor nutrition. 
  • Hormonal imbalance.

Diet

  • Start the day with 3 to 4 glasses of warm water on an empty stomach. This will help to flush out the toxins out of the body. 
  • Have a breakfast which is light in nature. Have a bowl of sprouts in your breakfast.
  • Drink freshly prepared homemade fruit juices. 
  • Eat soaked raisins and other dry fruits to get the easily absorbable nutrients. 
  • Drink coconut water. 

Foods to avoid- 

  • Avoid refined oils, refined grains, and refined sugars.
  • Avoid dairy products and animal foods. 
  • Avoid tea, coffee and other caffeinated drinks. 
  • Avoid carbonated drinks. 
  • Avoid preserved, processed, packaged, oily, and spicy foods. 

Exercise 

Exercising regularly is very important for good metabolism and improved blood circulation.

  • Start the day with a brisk morning walk of at least 30min. 
  • Perform 12 sets of suryanamaskar daily.
  • Do ujjayi pranayam regularly for 5min. It is very effective in curing thyroid disorders. 
  • Do paschimottan asana, trikona asana, gomukha asana and padahasta asana. 

Sleep

Good quality sleep is essential for a healthy body and mind. It affects our immunity and also hormonal balance. So, take good quality sleep for at least 7-8hours daily. Sleep early at night at around 10 pm and also wake up early in the morning at around 6 am. 

Avoid the use of electronic devices 1hour before sleeping. 

Thank you



04:12 PM | 06-04-2021

Dear Tejal,

Thanks for sharing your concern with us. Sorry to know that your have been struggling to conceive. We totally understand how difficult it must be for you! At Wellcure, it is our endeavour to guide people on the path of Natural Healing to overcome their health struggles. You can opt from any of the follwoing options:

  1. Enrol yourself for Wellcure's elearning program - Boost Your Fertility Naturally. Anchal Kapur is the instructor of the program. She also struggled with fertility issues. However, adopting a natural lifestyle helped her overcome all her health issues and she conceived naturally. You can read Anchal's Health Journey to know more - My Triumph Over Ulcerative Colitis & Infertility
  2. Flourish Fertility - one-month coaching by Anchal Kapur

We wish you all the best on your journey for healthy conception!

Regards,

Team Wellcure


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