ALMIGHTY PROGESTERONE AFFECTING YOUR FERTILITY AND PREGNANCY
I know you will say that I have not been writing for some time now. The problem is that I have been very busy, attending to so many infertility clients, travelling, attending courses and giving courses.
Though I am still choked with work but I feel I just have to spear sometime and write.
I must also send my condolence to all those that lost their lives in all the so called ‘’Boko Haram’’ violence, recent road accident in Bauchi and exploding petrol tanker at Mile 2 Lagos, I believe God will see us through.
I must tell you that we are still receiving messages from our clients that have tried the ‘’Secret Fertility System’’ and have gotten pregnant. I wish to congratulate you all.
However, I am aware that many other are yet to succeed, keep the faith strong, your time will come swiftly. In this write up , I will pick a narrow part of infertility which is less considered but very important, because if you lack it you cannot get pregnant or if you got pregnant you cannot keep it.
There is this client of ours called Clara, she had been married for over 8 years and still seeking the fruit of the womb. She recently visited our clinic for some fertility studies, she informed me that earlier in her marriage, she has been able to get pregnant, infact about 5 times, and in each case she lost it due to miscarriage before the pregnancy gets to 3 months, then her menstrual period became irregular and finally stopped before she became 40 years. That really scarred her and she knew something was really wrong.
After running some fertility studies on her, we discovered that her progesterone level is very low.
Progesterone is a hormone produced mainly in the ovaries by the corpus luteum (what the follicle turns into after it releases the egg). Progesterone helps prepare the uterus for the implantation of a fertilized egg. If a fertilized egg implants, progesterone then helps the uterine lining (endometrium) to maintain the pregnancy.
An adequate amount of progesterone is crucial to a woman who is trying to become pregnant. That is because, it actually prepares the uterine wall for implantation of the fertilized egg. Insufficient levels of progesterone, or if it is produced for too little time, can mean the egg cannot survive inside the hostile uterine lining. This is known as a defective or inadequate luteal phase or luteal phase defect.
If a woman has had four or five miscarriages in the first six or eight weeks of a pregnancy, this is always due to luteal phase failure. Progesterone is needed to facilitate implantation and to prevent rejection of the developing embryo or fetus.
Many ladies are seriously suffering from this condition , but because of under diagnosis the condition has not been discovered , so that she can be treated and saved from recurrent miscarriages and infertility.
When a lady is having fertility challenge it is recommended that she runs a full cocktail of fertility studies such as  Saline Infusion Sonography [SIS] ,  Hysterosalpingography [HSG],  Hormonal Profile,  and Folliculometry.
In the case of progesterone deficiency , this can be discovered by hormonal profile which is a blood test done on her 21st day of her menstrual cycle just after her ovulation.
For accurate assessment of your fertility situation, contact us at JOAS MEDICAL DIAGNOSTIX, Ikotun Lagos Nigeria.
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JOAS MEDICAL DIAGNOSTIX
JOAS MEDICAL DIAGNOSTIX——-WE ARE AN ULTRAMODERN MEDICAL IMAGING CENTER. WE ARE EXPERTS IN ULTRASOUND SCAN SERVICES, 3D/4D COLOUR DOPPLER SCAN SERVICES, X-RAY/RADIOLOGY SERVICES, ECG SERVICES, INFERTILITY SERVICES, HSG SERVICES, LABORATORY SERVICES,BLOOD BANKING SERVICES , DNA SERVICES, AND HEALTH CONSULTANCY/COUNSELLING SERVICES.
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