Dreams Fertility Clinic, we define fertility as the ability for a couple to make children through the act of sexual intercourse. We do not specialise or have any invasive procedures such as IVF. We only offer holistic solutions that help you to get pregnant. These problems include, low sperm count, PCOS, uterine fibroids, heavy menstruation, or erectile dysfunction etc. Our belief in holistic practices is defined as treating the body as a whole integrated system. The body is has many connections and dimensions involving different organs that all need be functioning. In many cases but not all, fertility issues arise from an imbalance caused somewhere in the body,

We recognise that there are many external factors which can hinder the reproductive health of a person. Stress can inhibit the proper functions of your body in a myriad of ways. Stress produces cortisol, and this is linked to gaining weight and increased levels of insulin. Cortisol has been found to be higher in those who experience infertility issues, whether gradually or in an abrupt manner. We try our best to use treatments and herbs that help other areas such as mentality and spirituality.

Fertility is the capability to produce offspring through reproduction following the onset of sexual maturity. The fertility rate is the average number of children born by a female during her lifetime and is quantified demographically. Fertility is addressed when there is a difficulty or an inability to reproduce naturally, which is referred to as infertility. Infertility is widespread, with fertility specialists available all over the world to assist mothers and couples who experience difficulties having a baby. Human fertility depends on factors of nutrition, sexual behaviour, consanguinity, culture, instinct, endocrinology, timing, economics, personality, way of life, and emotions. Fertility differs from fecundity, which is defined as the potential for reproduction.

The word, Fertility, comes from the Latin word Fertilis, where the root indicates bearing or carrying children similar to the nature of a tree bearing fruit. Hence, the term fruitful or productive, is used to describe what “being fertile” is. This term is not as popular as it used to be, suggesting that we are gradually distancing ourselves from nature. We ought to see the trees and plants of this earth, as relatable lifeforms, where growth from a seed happens in adequate conditions of elements and nutrients.

Female Fertility Issues

  1. Problems with Menstruation
  2. Endometriosis
  3. Blocked Fallopian Tubes (or Damaged Tubes)
  4. Uterine Fibroids
  5. Cessation of Menses (Amenorrhea)