Coping with infertility is an unending roller coaster of emotions: frustration and excitement, hope and hopelessness, fear and anticipation, sadness and anger. Only those who have experienced infertility can understand the yearning for a child but being unable to conceive for whatever reason. While there are many products available that claim to help with fertility, there is no one-size-fits-all solution. Each couple has to find what works best for them through trial and error, support groups, or consultation with a fertility specialist.
Lisa Olson’s e-book, Pregnancy Miracle, offers couples struggling with infertility a natural way to become pregnant. In her sales pitch, she claims that her book provides a guaranteed way to become pregnant in just two months, regardless of why a couple has not been able to conceive.
But does the Pregnancy Miracle really work? The secrets Olson talks about in her sales pitch and at the beginning of the book – do they actually produce results?
There’s no such thing as a secret when it comes to the internet. If something is out there, it’s only a matter of time before someone finds it and puts it out there for everyone to see. So, when you’re looking for information, don’t waste your time on things that are supposed to be secret. Instead, focus on finding reputable sources that can give you the information you need.
After acquiring and studying Olson’s e-book, I discovered that the answer depends on what you’re looking for. Are you looking for a miracle? You won’t find it. Are you looking for a unique approach to trying to conceive? You’ll find that, but you have to decide if it is the right approach for you.
Pregnancy Miracle: Step-by-Step
Olson breaks down her guide into digestible sections, such as:
Human Anatomy The Eastern view of Fertility and also the Myths of Western Medicine
Techniques it’s essential to take to conceive and give birth
This five-step program to getting pregnant may be what you’re looking for. It draws on Chinese medicine, and Olson promises that it will work like a miracle. The 5 measures are:
Acupuncture and Qi Gong can help improve your fertility by cleansing your body and balancing your energy. These practices can also help you to detoxify your liver, making conception easier.
Endometriosis, advanced age, cancer, and unexplained infertility can all be causes of infertility.
The Miracle: Or possibly, is it?
“The term ‘miracle’ is definitely overused, and that’s no exception in this case. Olson’s five-step system, which we went over a few paragraphs ago, just focuses on Chinese medicine and how you can take care of your body in a way that makes it more likely for conception: Eating right, adding supplements to your daily regimen, undergoing a juice cleansing and fast, and learning how to pinpoint the best time for conception.”
Olson provides a lot of valuable information and insights into her system. Some of it is simple common sense, like avoiding products that contain lead and steering clear of junk food and caffeine. But she also stresses the importance of managing stress levels, which is often overlooked.
There are a lot of vitamins and minerals that you may want to consider adding to your diet. However, it’s important to speak with your doctor before making any changes to your eating habits. Some vitamins and minerals can interact with each other, so it’s best to get professional advice before making any changes.
Olson’s miracle program includes a juice cleanse and fast, followed by a 6-8 week recovery period. The cleanse and fast are designed to rid the body of toxins, but they can be tough on the body. You may feel worse before you feel better, but if you stick it out for the full recovery period, you should be fine.
According to Olson, getting rid of toxins, balancing your Qi, and following the right diet regime with vitamins and minerals is key to preparing your body for conception.
There you have it – the key to a successful pregnancy is juicing and fasting. According to Olson, this will help balance your Qi and prepare your body for childbirth. Of course, there is still some reading and research to be done, but these are the basics.
If I was going through the struggle of infertility right now, I would never understand why anyone would choose Olson’s system. Though it may work for some women, especially those who have an open mind and are willing to try anything to conceive, the Pregnancy Miracle takes a toll on the body that requires considerable time to heal. Is the body healthy enough for this kind of program?
Stability in the body is certainly a bonus, but it does seem like it will take a toll. You have to make the decision if it is actually worth it. (Fertility procedures, like IVF, also take a lot out of the body. (They are not simple emotionally or physically, which is how the pregnancy miracle looks to be.)