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Infertility: Century-Old Procedure Offers New Hope

A medical procedure dating back 100 years may offer new hope to infertile couples. Medical News Today reports that this fertility procedure should be less expensive and quicker than traditional in vitro fertilization methods.

Flushing the fallopian tubes with iodized poppy seed oil, a procedure called hysterosalpingography (HSG), was first used as an infertility treatment in 1917. It was originally used to enhance X-ray imaging. Although it was designed as a diagnostic tool for women who were having problems conceiving, doctors soon noted that patients who underwent this procedure had increased fertility rates. 

Researchers have found that these century-old findings have stood up to the test of time and the scrutiny of modern research methods. Specifically, women who had their fallopian tubes flushed with the poppy seed oil mixture conceived at a much higher rate than those who were flushed with water alone.

An estimated 1 in 6 American couples struggle with getting pregnant each year, and there's compelling evidence that lifestyle, diet and environmental exposures are largely to blame. Not only are you exposed to hundreds (if not thousands) of toxins each and every day, but some of the most commonly prescribed drugs, poor diet and common vitamin deficiencies have also been linked to reduced fertility, just to name a few.

One major source of these environmental toxins is a familiar name. Monsanto openly promotes infertility, impotence and other reproductive dysfunction with their reckless use of dangerous chemicals.

Worse still, these toxins can harm the fertility of the next generation as well. Genital malformations such as micropenis, undescended testicles and hypospadias (when the urethra forms on the underside of the penis) are signs of exposure to harmful toxins. And the correlation between genital malformation and autism in turn offer strong support for the notion that autism is the result of parental overexposure to environmental toxins.

One way to increase your odds of conception and offset the damage caused by environmental toxins is to optimize your vitamin D levels. Vitamin D deficiency is currently at epidemic proportions in the United States and many other regions around the world, largely because people do not spend enough time in the sun to facilitate this important process of vitamin D production.

 

 

 

 

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