Early Menopause Infertility

Early Menopause Infertility (as well as early menopause and absent periods at any age) due to hormonal imbalances can be easily treated with homeopathy.   This is how homeopathy helped my family members through these specific problems.  This is from personal experience.  

Early menopause infertility (or the sudden absence of your period) can be due to some form of hormonal imbalance.  For example, your estrogen vs progesterone levels can be out of sink and ovulation can be halted because of it.  Without ovulation, of course, you cannot be fertile.  This may well be ok with you, but a healthy production of estrogen (and progesterone in the 2nd part of the menstrual cycle) are very important for women and provide a natural protection against an array of diseases.

If you find you are infertile and your periods are missing, and you are too young to be ‘accepting’ menopause as a natural stage (roughly speaking menopausal symptoms usually begin from the mid forties to early fifties), you may want to carry out some tests to make sure you know the cause of these problems.  But when you know you are only suffering from some form of hormonal imbalances, or you are deficient in ovulation-stimulating hormones Early Menopause Infertility(for example), you will be faced with a few choices:  pharmaceutical treatments and natural alternatives; I was very impressed at how, a simple homeopathic treatment immediately restored my menstrual cycle when I was in my late twenties and my periods stopped suddenly (see below).  Later on I suggested the same treatment to a relative when no other supplement (including Vitex) seemed to work.

Early Menopause Infertility homeopathic remedies: if you are infertile but still have a menstrual cycle, a homeopath may prescribe Folliculinum 3x or 6c (or even 12x, but before taking 12x potencies speak to a homeopath) once or twice a day, depending on your specific condition, to be taken on the 1st day of your period for 14 days.  If you do not have a menstrual cycle, start any day and take it for 14 days.

After that, on the 15th day, you may be prescribed either (Homeopathic) Progesterone (3x or 6c, depending on your specific symptoms) once a day or Sepia (30c) once a day, for 14 days, thus imitating the menstrual cycle (14 days of estrogen-based ‘stimulation’ + 14 days of progesterone-based stimulation [or, in the case of Sepia, rectifying other imbalances if your physical condition so require] = 28 days). The potency differences are crucial so, before you order your homeopathic remedies, read my page on homeopathic potencies and dosages.

In my case only after a few soft tablets of folliculinum 3x, I immediately started to ovulate and, from that point onward, my whole menstrual cycle was restored.  I was delighted that something so simple made such a difference in my life.

However, if immediate fertility is not paramount but you prefer to gently restore your cycle (which your homeopath may prefer, so always talk to a homeopath before starting any self-help homeopathic treatment for early menopause infertility), folliculinim 6c every day (or twice a day) is probably best.  (As already mention, I suggest you read my page on homeopathic potencies and dosages (part 1 and part 2) to understand the differences in doses and potencies).

I have extensive knowledge of homeopathy so I feel I know enough to be able to adopt self-help strategies.  However, the purpose of this page is not to encourage you to try these remedies by yourself but rather to give you ideas, options which you can discuss with a very good homeopath, or which incentivize you to seek homeopathic expertise.  If you don’t know how to find a good homeopath I’ll soon be writing how to do so, but you can ask any official homeopathic organization in your area, or even far away (some homeopaths are able and willing to treat people even virtually).

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