can only speak from personal observation and experience, not
from the conventional medical viewpoint.
is my belief that infertility can be caused by leaky gut when
we consider that the entire immune functions are compromised
with toxic matter being expelled throughout the body. In addition,
most leaky gut victims have a challenge with excessive yeast
(Candida albicans), which can play havoc with the reproductive
organs and causes not only intestinal inflammation but also
poisons us with the by-products of the yeast.
personally had 6 miscarriages in my 20's and both my grown
sons were adopted as newborns. My problem was the opposite
- I conceived easily but couldn't carry to term (most only
to the 4-7th month). In retrospect, and after becoming a doctor
specializing in digestive disorders, I realize I had chronic
yeast infections that were always treated with antibiotics
- further causing more yeast and creating a vicious cycle.
Most young woman I've consulted with that have problems with
conceiving would benefit from the following:
Make sure you eliminate daily one to three times.
2. Perform a good professional-grade fiber colon cleanse to
"brush" colonic plaque away from the walls, allowing you to
then be able to heal the leaky gut. Be sure you do not get
constipated or having difficulty eliminating, if so, use an
herbal stool softener without herbs known to be habit forming
such as Cascara Sagrada or Senna (these herbs are very aggressive
and should only be used, in my opinion, for cases of acute
3. After you've reduced your intestinal toxic load with a
fiber cleanse daily for about 90 days, then you can do an
herbal candida yeast cleanse, follow the protocol which is
usually 2 weeks of 2 capsules twice a day, rest one week and
repeat until you've done 6 weeks of candida yeast cleanse.
continue to take a good fiber colon cleanse so that you don't
kill organisms and have them stay within the intestines. Drink
plenty of water, at least half your body weight in ounces
daily (example: a person weighing 150 lbs. would need 75 oz.
4. Be sure you get a good Vitamin "B" complex that contains
100 mg. of each of the B's including 400 mcg. of folic acid.
5. Be sure you take at least 2,000 mg. of buffered Vitamin
"C" and adjust according to your weight and bowel tolerance.
6. Now you can start a protocol for helping the body to repair
the intestinal lining by taking supplements called Functional
Food that contains a vegetable-based protein as well as amino
acids known to repair intestinal mucosa.
pray the stork will be visiting you soon....parenting is the
hardest job on earth yet the most rewarding...and then we
are rewarded for our parenting with the "frosting on the cake"...
grandchildren (I presently am blessed with two)..... Dr. G
It would be helpful for you to read my book "Invisible Illnesses"
and also to consider colon hydrotherapy by a professional."