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Pulur nenas untuk infertility Posted on October 7, 2013 by lolin 0 Kita maklum tahu, masyarakat melayu amat patuh pada pantang larang~ tapi adakah pantang larang itu benar? nenas amat bahaya kepada wanita hamil.. TETAPI kajian menunjukkan nenas adalah bagus untuk mereka yang menjalani rawatan kesuburan..
(http://cheriterachinta.files.wordpress.com/2013/10/20110828210601_img_2011_08_28_3087_w02_pineapple-540x540.jpg) ini me dapat daripada http://community.babycenter.com (http://community.babycenter.com/post/a14139005/pineapple_core_for_implantation...) But I was wondering if ANYONE has tried this yet? A few of my TTC friends from fertilityties.com has, and they got their BFP’s.. So is this worth a try? So I have done some research, and have found that Pineapple core helps with Implantation of the embryo.Pineapple Core has what is called bromelain that will help with implantation. Using Pineapple to Assist Implantation: Pineapple contains bromelain. Bromelain is a proteolytic enzyme that breaks up proteins that inhibit embryo implantation. Consuming a whole pineapple (focusing on the core as it has the highest concentration of Bromelain) during a fertility cycle can be beneficial. For IVF [in vitro fertilization] cycle: one pineapple, divided into 5 portions – consume one portion each day, over five days, beginning on the day of your embryo transfer. IUI [intra-uterine insemination] cycle: one pineapple, divided into 5 portions – consume one portion each day, over five days, beginning on the day of your IUI. Timed intercourse cycle: one pineapple, divided into 5 portions – consume one portion each day, over five days, beginning on the day after ovulation. Note: Be careful not to start consuming pineapple too early in the cycle. Beginning to consume pineapple BEFORE the recommended days above can actually affect your vaginal and cervical mucus PH, making it more acidic. Ini 1 lagi dari http://www.fertilityauthority.com (http://www.fertilityauthority.com/content/pomegranate-and-pineapple-infertility) Many women in the midst of fertility treatment have heard rumors of pomegranate and pineapple for helping them to get their BFP (big fat positive, as in, positive home pregnancy test). You see it everywhere in the advice of women TTC (trying to conceive) on the forums at FertileThoughts.com (http://www.fertilethoughts.com). So what’s the scoop on these fertility super foods?
Pomegranate Pomegranate juice is known for being rich in antioxidants and is rumored to boost fertility by increasing blood flow to the uterus, promoting uterine lining, and even boosting sperm quality in men. Drinking 8oz of 100% pomegranate juice per day of your cycle is said to be the key to increasing your baby-making potential. Proceed with caution, however, as pomegranate can interact with some statin drugs used for high blood pressure and cholesterol, as well as some blood thinners.
Pineapple Pineapple core, cut into 5 round sections and consumed for 5 days after embryo transfer is said to make that baby stick! Bromelain found in the core reduces inflammation, thus it is rumored to improve uterine lining and help with endometriosis-related inflammation as well. The verdict is still out on these super fertility foods, but they certainly can’t hurt! Recent studies (http://www.fertilityauthority.com/articles/improving-overall-health-can-decrease-yourchance-miscarriage) show healthy diet and lifestyle are the ultimate fertility boosters and miscarriage preventions. Increasing your intake of vitamin-rich produce like spinach and tomatoes are highly encouraged for promoting health, wellness, and thereby fertility. While you’re at it, try decreasing your caffeine intake and drinking more water, too.
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