To have offspring is a natural desire among all living beings. In the United Kingdom, 1 in 7 couples may have difficulty in conceiving . In the United States, according to the Centre for Disease Control (CDC), 10% of women between the ages of 15 – 44 years have difficulty becoming pregnant or staying pregnant. About one-third of infertility cases are caused by fertility problems in women, and another one-third of fertility problems are due to fertility problems in men. The other cases are caused by a mixture of male and female problems or by problems that cannot be determined .
Infertility is diagnosed when a couple has not been able to conceive after one year of trying. There are three types of infertilities:
When someone is never able to conceive a child.
When someone has one or more pregnancies in the past and having difficulty in conceiving again.
In some cases of infertility, no apparent cause is found. Both partners have no abnormalities and health issues. In the UK, 25% of cases of infertility fall into this category. For such couples, after two years of unsuccessful trying to conceive, IVF (In Vitro Fertilisation) treatment is recommended.
All types of infertility have their own causes and treatment options.
The most common causes of infertility among females is due to problems with ovulation, issues, fallopian tubes disorder, problem in the uterus, the problem with the cervix, with age tendency to conceive naturally also decreases.
The following factors play a crucial role in the case of infertility among females:
- Hormone imbalance
- Thyroid gland disorder
- Being overweight
- Problems in the menstrual cycle
- Eating disorders; bulimia or anorexia
- Polycystic Ovary Syndrome (PCO)
- Cervical mucus issue
- Pelvic Inflammatory Disease (PID)
- Side effects of conventional medicines and drugs (Ibuprofen, aspirin, neuroleptic drugs and many more etc.)
- Birth defects
- Medications are given to prevent miscarriage or premature birth (DES Syndrome).
- Chronic illnesses
- Lack of nutrition
- Lack of certain supplements
The most common causes of infertility among men is the poor quality of semen (the fluid ejaculated, carrying sperms during sex), poor quality of sperm, lack of sperm (low sperm count), defective movement of sperm, and abnormal sperm shape.
Following factors play a crucial role in the case of infertility among men:
- Damaged to testicles; due to infection, cancer, surgery, a congenital defect, undescended testicles and injury to testicles.
- Sterilisation with the vasectomy (cutting and sealing of the tubes that carry sperm out of testicles). Vasectomy can be reversed but mostly this procedure is not successful.
- Ejaculation disorder
- Abnormal male hormone
- Erectile dysfunction
- Side effects of medicines and drugs. There is a long list of medicines/drugs which can cause infertility, including drugs for type 2 diabetes, drugs to reduce cholesterol, drugs to treat inflammatory diseases.
The one major common factor involved in infertility disorder in men and women is the use of conventional drugs. These drugs change the biochemistry and cause hormonal imbalance in men and women  .
There are many ways in the complementary healthcare system that patients suffering from infertility problems can be helped. There are homoeopathic remedies which can be prescribed on the basis of individual symptoms to resolve infertility issues of men and women.
Prof. Khuda-Bukhsh , Saha and colleagues , Sunila and colleagues , Frenkel and colleagues  have shown that homoeopathic remedies have the ability to interact with various mammalian genes and promote their expression. Furthermore, Nobel laureate Luc Montagnier has shown that highly diluted (i.e.; equivalent to 6C potency) DNA has telepathic properties and can transfer information between two DNA molecules which have the same sequence .
In light of the above discoveries, two Sequence-Specific Homeopathic DNA (SSHD) remedies are designed to treat fertility issue in female and male patients .
SSHD Remedy for Her:
The MRP7 gene, also known as CFTR, encodes a membrane-bound protein that belongs to the ATP-binding cassette transporter family. One of its main functions is to control the passage of water and salts through cell membranes in order to regulate the composition and consistency of fluids within and surrounding cells.
MRP7 gene plays a pivotal role in coordinating the sequence of events prior to the final meeting of egg and sperm. MRP7-directed coordination of these events holds the key to successful fertilisation. Optimal gene expression of the gene MRP7 also helps to maintain optimum conditions for all other body secretions. The SSHD-MR7 molecule promotes the expression of the MR7 gene. Reduced expression of MRP7 in the female reproductive tract results in mucus hyper-viscosity.
As a result, deposited sperms cannot penetrate the viscous environment and cannot reach their ultimate destination, the egg. The product of the MRP7 gene also has another important function. It promotes the release of bicarbonate ions from cell membranes. It is now known that the bicarbonate ion plays a critical role in the activation of the sperms when they are deposited in the female reproductive tract. This activation process is called sperm capacitation . Therefore, promotion of MRP7 expression ensures optimum water and salt conditions in the female reproductive tract so that sperms can complete their journey and fertilise an egg.
Therefore, by promoting the function of MRP7 gene in female patients, with the help of SSHD molecules, it provides the optimal conditions of the meeting of sperm with the egg and thus paves the path for successful impregnation.
SSHD Remedy for Him:
The deposit of more healthy sperms into the female reproductive tract is one of the key conditions for a successful pregnancy. The increased gene product of SLO and MR7 genes plays a crucial role to form healthy sperms.
MRP7 is expressed in the reproductive organs of both males and females. It has many functions in human reproduction.
In males, it is expressed in the testes and other parts of the male reproductive system. Dr Xu and colleagues have demonstrated that decreased expression of MRP7 results in impairment of sperm formation .
MRP7 also plays a critical role in maintaining correct extracellular fluid viscosity so that sperms can effectively navigate the male reproductive system .
The SLO gene (also known as KCNMA1) encodes a protein which operates a Maxi-K channel to control smooth muscle tone and neuronal excitability. To increase expression of SLO, DNA that encodes the K-Max channel has already been successfully injected into the male reproductive organ . As indicated, the product of the SLO gene relaxes smooth muscle in the artery walls of the reproductive organ so that more blood can enter, resulting in an erection. Other products such as Viagra also help by relaxing the smooth muscle of the reproductive organ’s arteries in a different way.
Mrs S from London, a female patient, had one 14 years old male child. Previously, this patient was treated at Mind-Body Clinic (MBC) for other health issues successfully. It is important to mention that when patient S contacted MBC, the patient was suffering from an underactive thyroid disorder, borderline diabetes and PCOS. For thyroid gland, the patient was prescribed thyroxine by the medical practitioner and for PCOS metformin was prescribed. This conventional treatment was not resolving any issues of the patient.
At MBC these issues were resolved with the help of detoxification process, and later by fulfilling the deficiency symptoms with the help of proper use of supplements, along with specific homoeopathic treatment and with the of specific use of SSHD remedies. With the treatment at MBC patient S was relieved from her symptoms.
The second time, after a break of three years, patient S contacted specifically to get treatment for infertility issues. After taking the case history from the patient. It was clear the patient was trying to conceive for the past many years and was taking treatments from their medical doctor, yet all the efforts were unsuccessful so far.
After taking her case history, along with the proper use of supplementation, homoeopathic treatment was prescribed. The SSHD – MR7 remedy was specifically prescribed. Since the patient has a history of PCOS, therefore, SSHD-PPG/DF1/KP1 was also prescribed for fibroid diathesis.
One day, after three months of treatment at MBC, we received a phone call from the patient that she has conceived. And then after the completion of the pregnancy period successfully, patient S gave birth to a healthy baby boy. It is also worth mentioning here parents of this newborn child took from MBC Homeoprophylaxis (HP) program instead of conventional vaccinations.
A female patient Mrs. H from London, contacted MBC for her infertility issues, although Mrs H and her husband have had a 7 years old female child. Since after the birth of their first child, Mrs H was unable to conceive. Mrs S had had a diathesis for PCOS, and anxiety disorder. She had a Vitamin D deficiency as well. Along with vitamin D3 supplement, the SSHD-MR7 was specifically prescribed. After 6 months of treatment, Mrs H conceived and later gave birth to a beautiful healthy baby boy.
Mrs I from London, a patient, suffering from hypothyroidism, contacted MBC for her thyroid disorder and infertility issues. This patient was prescribed thyroxine by her GP, but she was not satisfied with the treatment, therefore she was not taking the prescribed treatment. Previously, she had had a daughter. Since the birth of her first child, she was unable to conceive. At MBC, this patient was treated by detoxification process initially, then she was prescribed proper supplements to normalize her thyroid function, at the same time she was prescribed to take specifically SSHD-MR7 remedy for her infertility issues. As a result of her treatment at MBC for 4 months, Mrs I gave birth to twins, two beautiful healthy baby boys.
This case is different than all other above cases. A female, Mrs T from Pakistan contacted MBC for her infertility issues, although she had had an eight-year-old son. She and her husband were trying for another child for a few years now. Her appointment was taken via video call. After taking her case history, she was advised to test her Vitamin D level and perform an iron deficiency test. As expected, she was vitamin D and iron-deficient. Along with these two vital nutrients in her case, some other supplements were also prescribed due to her history of PCOS and irregularities in her monthly cycle. To combat her fertility issue, SSHD-MR7 was prescribed. After 8 months of treatment, Mrs T gave birth to a beautiful baby boy.
From all these above cases, the common treatment denominator was the use of SSHD-MR7 product.
If patients are suffering from infertility issues and seemingly there are no physical defects (which do not require any surgical intervention) in their reproductive systems, then such couples should always look into the complementary healthcare system for natural alternative treatment options as well.
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