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Ovulation and infertility are closely related. Ovulation is the physical process by which a female releases an egg (ovum) from her ovary. One of the main factors leading to infertility is advanced age, which leads to poor egg quality. What makes an egg poor is a topic widely misunderstood. As far as advanced reproductive medicine (ART) is concerned, poor egg quality is decided by the fact that an IVF (In Vitro Fertilization) cycle has failed or that an egg did not fertilize by a sperm during this procedure. In reality, there is no technology to measure or evaluate the quality of an egg, yet there is a way.
If we think of eggs as carriers of a certain element allowing life to continue then understanding egg quality is close at hand. Not only do eggs embody physical materials such chromosomes and genes but also they carry a special energetic quality called a Pivot. A Pivot is an energetic ability of sperms and eggs to combine and create life activity. Because Pivot is difficult to measure most IVF clinics simply ignore it, but they are missing on something important. This is also the reason why IVF success rate with women of advanced age is extremely low, at times as low as 2%. As we get older our Pivot becomes weaker and if this issue is not addressed it is then extremely difficult to become pregnant. When IVF fails Modern Reproductive Medicine suggests that many women should use an egg from a donor, even though this is often not necessary.
Hunyuan fertility treatment advocates first and foremost to build up the woman’s Pivot and health. This, in turn, increases the buildup of Pivot in her eggs. It is a strategy strengthening the mother in order to strengthen her eggs. This approach often yields success even when IVF failed. It is a new understanding of ovulation.
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Dr. Yaron Seidman DAOM