By vitalhf, Apr 20 2018 02:00PM
By Holly A. Carling, O.M.D., L.Ac., Ph.D.
Why does it seem like the people who want to get pregnant, can’t, while those who possibly shouldn’t, do? Becoming pregnant for the couple who has been unsuccessful becomes the focus of their life. Like it or not, everyday it enters the mind in one way or another. It becomes an obsession although they try hard to make it not so.
Many try and try, then eventually give up. Not consciously, but the discouragement sets in and eventually the deliberateness of it wanes. It’s hard on the couple. If the couple chooses to go the conventional treatment route, there are serious costs involved, but the success rates frequently lure them this direction.
That’s well and good, but I’d like to know WHY?