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There are 7.5 million women of child bearing age who cannot get pregnant or carry a baby full term, according to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention. This means that the issue affects many women in the United States. The following are four options that may help your fertility problem.

1. A Placenta Boost

This might seem a little strange, especially for those who have only been exposed to modern medicine, but many cultures have found the placenta of a sheep or deer to be beneficial. It is no secret that some animals eat their placenta after giving birth. This is done to increase health, milk production, and rejuvenate the body. The placenta of these animals is also used to help women and men deal with infertility issues. It is said that its benefits can be linked to the placenta's IGF-1 and hyaluronic content. This can be taken in pill form, and you should find this in health food stores.

2. Savor Royal Jelly

One important factor that may help increase the chances of getting pregnant is having a good circulatory system. This means good blood flow and good blood production. This is one reason why some health enthusiasts recommend royal jelly from bees to help boost fertility. A study found that the consumption of royal jelly helps improve erythropoiesis, which helps improve the quality of blood circulating throughout the body. The royal jelly should be in its natural form or en-capsuled without being unnaturally processed. This can be purchased in local health food stores or online. 

3. Hearty Breakfast

Research published in the November 2013 Clinical Science shows that women who have irregular periods and are having trouble conceiving might need a hearty breakfast. A hearty breakfast seems to help women who have a particular hormonal imbalance. It gives the body a strong start, which seems to have positive effects on the ability to have a baby. What you have to do is make sure that you are having about 980 healthy calories in the morning and then regular meals throughout the day. Do not worry, you do not have to stick to this heavy breakfast diet for too long, just until you get pregnant. 

4. A Bean for a Baby

One particular bean that might be helpful is the velvet bean or the mucuna pruriens, which has been used for several things in different places in Africa. Some use it to increase male fertility while others use it to increase strength. There are some who believe that the bean has the ability to reduce snake bite symptoms. Now, the only thing that may cause some to question the benefits of this bean is the lack of knowledge since the bean is not popular in the United States.

Researchers found that not only does it help men's fertility, but it also helps increase women's fertility. The bean improves the body's dopamine production that helps balance any issues that might be related to a person's hormones. This helps increase fertility, and it should also improve libido. The bean is mostly available online, but there are some health food stores that are catching on to the bean's benefits. 

Some of these remedies might seem a little strange, but they may help deal with infertility problems. You can always talk to a fertility specialist for more information or help. Keep in mind that these are not the only solutions out there. For example, maintaining weight or taking up yoga might also help improve your chances of getting pregnant. The key is to be informed and try solutions that may give you the results you have been hoping for.

By Meghan Belnap
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