Hormones: When You Have A Hormonal Imbalance And Are Trying To Get Pregnant
Having a hormonal imbalance can affect all parts of how your body operates, and that includes if you are intending on getting pregnant, and even staying pregnant once you finally are!
It's a fact that a hormonal imbalance is the number one reason most women and couples who are having trouble conceiving have trouble becoming pregnant.
Not having the right amounts of this and that can create problems with ovulation, the release of your egg, the housing of your egg in your uterus, and other endless complications that get in the way of healthy fertility.
Typically if you have an imbalance, it usually affects you in the second half of your cycle, or your luteal phase (that is between ovulation and your next period).
So, You're Hormones Aren't Right? What Now?
If you think you have a hormonal imbalance see your doctor. Usually most imbalances can be easily treated with supplements, creams, suppositories, pessaries or medications.
For instance, if your
are low (this is the one needed to nurture the egg in your uterus and allow it to grow so you can fall pregnant and stay pregnant), you can apply a cream, insert a pessary or get a needle injection to balance and correct it, making conception a possible thing for you.