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Бесплодная англичанка (37 лет) забеременела, исключив из рациона хлеб!

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Джули Каммингс, 37, долгое время (пять лет) пыталась забеременеть, но ничего не получалось. Врачи поставили диагноз - полицистит и выписали лекарства, но толку - ноль. Джули в отчаянии решила прибегнуть к искусственному оплодотворению, но вначале обратилась к диетологу, которая посоветовала перестать употреблять хлеб, мучные изделия, злаки, картофель и алкоголь. Через два месяца, она забеременела и искуственное оплодотворение не понадобилось.
Стоить подчеркнуть - Джули принимала лекарства на протяжении двух лет! Но они не помогли.




Mother's pride: Julie tried for a baby for five years and finally succeeded... by giving up bread

Julie Cummings, 37, met her husband in 2004 while in the military
Was diagnosed with polycystic ovary syndrome a year later
Couple were about to try IVF and visited a nutritionist
She diagnosed an infection exacerbated by foods containing yeast
After two months of eating no bread Julie was pregnant
Gave birth to daughter Maisie who is now two years old

PUBLISHED: 00:53, 5 October 2013 | UPDATED: 00:57, 5 October 2013
After five years of trying for a baby, Julie Cummings was beginning to wonder if it would ever happen.
She had taken fertility drugs for two years, to no avail. Eventually, she and her husband David decided to resort to IVF.
But weeks before the treatment was due to begin, Mrs Cummings became pregnant – after giving up bread.

Julie Cummings was told IVF was her only chance of conceiving a child following five years of trying with no success
The result was the couple’s daughter Maisie, now two, who was born two weeks late in January 2011 after a healthy pregnancy.
Mrs Cummings, a 37-year-old engineer, stopped eating foods containing high levels of yeast on the advice of a nutritionist, who she went to see because she wanted to adopt a healthier lifestyle before starting IVF.
She explained: ‘I cut out potatoes, bread, garlic bread, toast from my diet, and mainly ate just vegetables and fruit. I also took some health supplements.

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‘Two months later – that was the only change I had made for five and a half years – and I was pregnant.
‘Now we are just very happy, especially after everything we went through, that Maisie’s come into our life.’
She and David, 50, met in Germany in 2004, when they were both in the military, and started trying for a baby a year later.
After nine months with no luck, Mrs Cummings went to see an army medic and was eventually diagnosed with polycystic ovary syndrome, which stops eggs being released.
Mrs Cummings, from Bromsgrove, Worcestershire, said: ‘They said I’d need extra help to get pregnant and that it wouldn’t go away on its own.
‘They recommended I go to a fertility clinic in Hertfordshire, where I started on a course of treatment.’

Julie was pregnant with her daughter Maisie within two months and she was born in 2011 after a healthy pregnancy
Mrs Cummings took clomid, a fertility drug used to help re-balance the body’s hormones to increase the chance of ovulation, for more than two years – without success.
Doctors told her the next step would be IVF. But when she visited Caroline Sproule, a nutrition and fertility consultant at Bromsgrove Allergy and Nutrition Centre, she was told she was suffering from an infection caused by an overgrowth of a fungus called Candida albicans.
This is encouraged by eating foods that contain yeast, such as bread. One of its side effects is menstrual problems, including the stopping of periods altogether, which in turn prevents pregnancy.
In March 2010, Mrs Cummings had her first period in six months and by April the same year she was pregnant.
She added: ‘I didn’t really go to  the centre to get pregnant, just to stand me in good stead for IVF but thankfully we didn’t have to go down that route.
‘It just shows what years of abuse – drinking too much and eating the wrong things – can do to your body.’

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а в соседней теме пишут, что мясо надо есть



Обычное совпадение. Я могу исключить из своего рациона свёклу, а потом говорить, что она помогла мне забеременеть. У меня были проблемы с маточными трубами, я прошла через ЭКО-беременность, так что знаю, о чём говорю. Здесь может помочь только чудо или квалифицированная помощь репродуктологов. Я уже успела поменять нескольких врачей, на компетентность часто попадалась. Успешная беременность была с помощью врача из клиники "Нурай", Поповой Елены Владимировны. Прошла через миллион обследований в этой клинике. И с медицинской точки зрения, употребление и не употребление каких-то продуктов мне точно никак не помогло бы, хлеб на репродуктивную способность не влияет)