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The Pill and infertility

Can the Pill affect your fertility? Do a google search and most of the information and research will tell you no. For the majority of women regular menstruation will resume within a few weeks of stopping the Pill. However, the articles and research papers on the internet do not seem to consider the percentage of women who may be sensitive to the effects of the Pill.

There is clinical evidence to show that some women can experience amenorrhea (no periods) and that ovulation can be suppressed for up to two years or more after stopping the Pill. In some cases, the Pill can also change the cervix which affects the production of fertile mucus. Professor Erik Odeblad from the University of Umea in Sweden discovered that a post-Pill infertility was caused by a shrinkage of the crypts in the upper cervical canal that would normally produce fertile mucus. Without fertile mucus, the normal acid environment of the vagina is hostile to sperm and it cannot survive. In fact, there is a natural form of contraception called The Billings Method that is between 97-99% effective when intercourse occurs on the days when there is no fertile mucus. It is simple, no fertile mucus = no pregnancy.
One of the reasons that the homeopathic fertility program has a high success rate is because it can remove the effects of the Pill, stimulate ovulation and allow the body to start producing good quality fertile mucus again. The effects of the Pill and the quality of fertile mucus is a factor that is not addressed by fertility specialists so if IVF has not worked for you then you might like to consider the homeopathic fertility program.