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is there any particular thing I should include in my diet?

Postby riley129 » Sun Dec 17, 2017 12:50 pm

Hi ladies. I am 43 years old. I want to try for a baby. I know I am quite late. Many women quite younger than me have trouble. However, I am not too worried. I stay in good shape. So, I am confident that I will be healthy enough. Despite that I can't help but worry about my ovarian reserve. My mother conceived when she was 42. So, genetics look good. I am quite hopeful that I will have a healthy ovarian reserve too. Still, I wanted to know if there is any way I could give it a boost? I exercise regularly. Moreover, I try to eat healthy. Still, is there any particular thing I should include in my diet?
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Postby Ghost » Sun Dec 17, 2017 5:34 pm

riley129 wrote:Hi ladies. I am 43 years old. I want to try for a baby. I know I am quite late. Many women quite younger than me have trouble. However, I am not too worried. I stay in good shape. So, I am confident that I will be healthy enough. Despite that I can't help but worry about my ovarian reserve. My mother conceived when she was 42. So, genetics look good. I am quite hopeful that I will have a healthy ovarian reserve too. Still, I wanted to know if there is any way I could give it a boost? I exercise regularly. Moreover, I try to eat healthy. Still, is there any particular thing I should include in my diet?


There is no known boost for ovarian reserve. To date, there is only one known class of hormone that will cause more primordial follicles to start on the path to maturity, and no physician would dare use it in a human. It is not found in foods, and if it was, it would be avoided.

The only moment when the ovaries increase reserve is months before the female is born. By the time you are born, your ovarian reserve is already declining. No new primordial follilces will form.
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Postby erikapaul » Wed Jan 10, 2018 6:38 pm

Hello mam, how are you. Everything is in your favor dear. Just go ahead and try. Everything is going to be good for you my dear. It's really awesome that you should take something good in diet. I am really looking forward to know what is going to happen. I know many younger women having troubles. seeing your genetics. I don't think anything bad is happening for you. you can't know that unless you try again and again. Just try and then I hope everything will be alright for you. You don't have to be worry for anything. Just be calm and try. Best of luck.
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Postby riley129 » Thu Jan 11, 2018 7:26 pm

Hey. you are inspiration for all of us. You are trying hard. It's good to know, I think you should keep trying. I will suggest you to choose IVF process and surrogacy process. They provide complete information. They will help you till end. You can achieve the result by eating proper diet and visiting doctor regularly and taking medicine regularly. It's good to know that you are in good shape this will help you alot in future.
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Re: is there any particular thing I should include in my die

Postby Ghost » Thu Jan 11, 2018 9:14 pm

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Postby tatebrown » Thu Jan 18, 2018 9:25 pm

I'm 40, with DOR. We TTC for four years, and underwent 8 failed IUIs and 4 failed IVF attempts (one chemical pregnancy, one canceled before transfer when there was nothing to put back, and one converted to IUI for poor response to stims). We finally gave up on treatments and started preparing for adoption. Then at the beginning of last year, we got pregnant on our own, only to have an m/c. However, three months later, we got pregnant again on our own, and it stuck.I was excited and hopeful yesterday after my appointment in biotexcom in Ukraine.we had a great time and finally, we did it.no words to explain my happiness.great blessing. I'm currently almost 32 weeks, and all looks good (knock wood!).There's every reason to hope you've got a sticky one brewing but I know how scary the wait is. We've gotten pregnant 5 times, only 1 was medically assisted. 4 losses but more importantly 2 amazing blessings with us today. The road may be longer but so much worth it. I know, but we did eventually get there.Good luck all!

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Re: is there any particular thing I should include in my die

Postby Ghost » Fri Jan 19, 2018 1:42 am

Tatebrown is a fake. He or she advertises for a Ukrainian clinic by pretending to be a patient. He or she uses various sock accounts here.

Her story keeps changing because she forgets which lie she told under which sock account.

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Re: is there any particular thing I should include in my die

Postby Gia9 » Mon Feb 19, 2018 8:06 pm

riley129 wrote:Hi ladies. I am 43 years old. I want to try for a baby. I know I am quite late. Many women quite younger than me have trouble. However, I am not too worried. I stay in good shape. So, I am confident that I will be healthy enough. Despite that I can't help but worry about my ovarian reserve. My mother conceived when she was 42. So, genetics look good. I am quite hopeful that I will have a healthy ovarian reserve too. Still, I wanted to know if there is any way I could give it a boost? I exercise regularly. Moreover, I try to eat healthy. Still, is there any particular thing I should include in my diet?


I really admire your spirit! Of course, there has been a lot of successful conception, gestation and delivery for woman of mature menstrual age in their pre-menopausal phrase lately. So, I'd say you've got every chance as well to have a baby if your vitals are able to support a pregnancy. To know about your ovarian reserve it's best to get an AMH test done to know what exactly are your reserves saying. There's no apparent proven way of boosting the reserve in pre-menopausal women directly but certain dietary changes can help with the quality of the eggs... undoing some of the natural deterioration that happens to the whole reproductive system. Fish, nuts etc, with some kind of nourishment oil is good for the egg quality...you may also consult your Dr for a cod liver oil supplements. Besides, increase your fibre intake as well as switch to whole grains and healthy fat. Reduce sugar, caffeine, alcohol and make sure you avoid processed food and junk food as much as you can. This should work just fine to help you conceive if all the other physical and physiological aspects are supportive towards the pregnancy. Wish you luck! :)
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Re: is there any particular thing I should include in my die

Postby Gia9 » Mon Feb 19, 2018 8:18 pm

Ghost wrote:
riley129 wrote:Hi ladies. I am 43 years old. I want to try for a baby. I know I am quite late. Many women quite younger than me have trouble. However, I am not too worried. I stay in good shape. So, I am confident that I will be healthy enough. Despite that I can't help but worry about my ovarian reserve. My mother conceived when she was 42. So, genetics look good. I am quite hopeful that I will have a healthy ovarian reserve too. Still, I wanted to know if there is any way I could give it a boost? I exercise regularly. Moreover, I try to eat healthy. Still, is there any particular thing I should include in my diet?


There is no known boost for ovarian reserve. To date, there is only one known class of hormone that will cause more primordial follicles to start on the path to maturity, and no physician would dare use it in a human. It is not found in foods, and if it was, it would be avoided.

The only moment when the ovaries increase reserve is months before the female is born. By the time you are born, your ovarian reserve is already declining. No new primordial follilces will form.


I've read this part.... but there's something called ovarian rejuvenation what exactly is it, do you know? I hope you don't mind me being a little inquisitive (I won't need it hopefully any soon just curious) since you seem to have a good knowledge on the clinical interpretation. I came across this term in a forum called "inspire" and seems to be lot of people asking for it or even clinic that has a dependable record of successful cases of ovarian rejuvenation. Only, the information I got about it after googling is that it can reverse ovarian ageing and even jerk-start menstrual cycle if one is going through menopause. It says, reconstituting the ovarian micro-environment as close as possible to the original pre-natal trigger for primordial follilces improving aimed at improving folliculogenesis.

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