Thursday, March 14, 2013

Chiropractic Help For Getting Pregnant

More and more women, of within conceiving age, who wants to have a baby but can't.

May be it's the current lifestyle, may be it's the food we consume or may be it's stress. But whatever the reason may be, to most women having a biological child of their own would a dream come true.

Many of them have tried everything and anything just to experience a child growing inside of them. They have allowed themselves to become a human guinea pig just to find answers and solve the problem on infertility. They have tried getting the opinion of a gynecologist, took fertility pills, and even prayed to the fertility Gods.

Yet all their efforts did not bear fruit.

But with life comes hope. There is a new study being conducted. Could the alternative medicine called chiropractic therapy be the solution to some of the causes of infertility?

There are now a few testimonies from women, who recently became pregnant or just became new mothers, who attested that chiropractic medicine worked for them.

A series of research papers showing that chiropractic had positive results treating infertility regardless of the woman's age, number of years infertile, previous medical intervention or health history including miscarriages,blocked fallopian tubes, amenorrhea, colitis, or trauma.

The spine is a central highway of nerves and just as an electrical cord, it has to be fully plugged in for an appliance to run. This means that the reproductive system of the body would not properly work if the nerves that lead to them are not functioning or are blocked in some way. This is where the chiropractor comes in. He will identify pinched or pressed nerves and fix those spinal distortions,which are called subluxations. The distortions could have been caused by many things such as childhood falls, illnesses, accidents, poor posture, or even stress. Once the subluxations are minimized or eliminated, a woman's menstrual cycle would strengthen, the action that delivers the egg through the fallopian tubes to the uterus can improve, and some cases of endometriosis can begin to reverse.

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