Infertility Can Be Helped By Spinal Correction

Infertility Can Be Helped By Spinal Correction

One of the most devastating problems facing many couples today is not being able to have a child — infertility. The anguish is nothing short of heart breaking for many. It causes couples to seek solutions through powerful fertility enhancing drugs, vitamin injections, counseling, etc. Often to no avail.

In my own experience, I have found most cases of infertility to be fairly one-sided. In other words, I have found that it is usually the woman who is unable to conceive. Now, do not get me wrong, I am not blaming women for this difficulty in any way, and this is not a sexist remark, but the problem, I have observed, seems to be more with women than with men. Let me explain.

Women are much more familiar with this function whereas most men are not. For you who are not all that aware of how this takes place, let’s look at the following. When a woman ovulates, the egg goes down one Fallopian tube one month and then down the other the next month. In other words, it tends to alternate to give one or the other a break. The egg starts at one end of the Fallopian tube and ends up at the uterus or womb at the other. The egg does not swim or have any flippers, arms, or legs, and so it is carried along by what we call passive transport. In other words, it is simply a bystander going for a ride; much like a ride in a convoluted water tube of a water park. The reason this takes place is because of a very exact function of the different muscles that make up the walls of the Fallopian tubes. They literally “squeeze” the egg from one end of tube to the other. The purpose of this function is to meet the sperm at the other end so that fertilization can take place and a baby starts to be developed. In other words, the egg starts at one end of the Fallopian tube and the muscles of the tube gently squeeze it from one end to the other. This process is called peristalsis and is very similar to swallowing while you eat; the muscles in your esophagus, the tube which you swallow food through, literally guide what you have just swallowed, all the way down into your stomach. The same goes with the Fallopian tube.

Let’s look at this in the light of a couple not being able to achieve pregnancy:

In most couples who are labeled “INFERTILE” it seems that the egg is not able to make it through the Fallopian tube to meet the sperm. Unless that union is allowed to take place, there is no pregnancy, hence no baby. Not a good thing.

Let’s look at this even closer for a moment:

As I mentioned, the function of the muscles of the Fallopian tubes is to propel the egg from one end to the other, in order to meet the sperm. In cases of infertility, however, this does not take place. Why would the muscles that are designed and programmed to perform that very special function every month, decide suddenly that they simply won’t do it? Well, the answer is quite simple — it is not their decision. The muscles of your body do not decide, on their own, what to do. They are literally ordered or not ordered to do their job. In cases of infertility, I have found that the muscles are simply not able to take the egg from one end of the Fallopian tube to the other. In most cases, it is the fault of the nervous system which controls that very function. I have often found that the culprit is a vertebral subluxation, generally in the lower part of the spine, which interferes with Fallopian tube function. Correcting the subluxation, allows the nervous system normal control of Fallopian tube function. Couples can then achieve pregnancy.

So, If you have been having difficulties in this area, please call us — we can help.

Please feel very welcome to call me personally at (914) 819-8573 or by email: andrew@drandrewmillar.com


 

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