Although it is a dream of every woman to give birth to a baby immediately after finding a right soulmate, this dream is unattainable for some women due to infertility.
The major cause of infertility in women is hormonal imbalance, it impairs the ovulation process and inhibits the uterus from preparing for implantation.
One hormone that mainly affects a woman’s fertility is progesterone, also known as pregnancy hormone. It helps in thickening of the lining of the uterus, and prepares it to receive a fertilized egg. But low levels of this hormone hinders a woman's ability to conceive. In other words, progesterone plays an essential role in initiating, maintaining and protecting pregnancy.
When a woman conceives, this hormone facilitates the development of blood vessels in the lining of the uterus which enable supply of nutrients to the fetus.
Here are four natural ways to increase your progesterone;
1. Avoid strenuous exercises.
2.Maintain a healthy body weight.
3. Reduce your stress levels.
4. Embrace a diet that is rich in zinc, omega-3, fiber, Vitamin B6, C and E as well as cholesterol.
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