Taking Charge of Your Health

– Did you think there
wasn’t anything you could do to increase your chances of conceiving after you have made use
of your fertile window? Well, think again, because now it’s time to help that baby implant. (upbeat music) Hello, lovelies, and welcome
to another one of my videos in which we’ll be talking about what you can do to support implantation when you’re already in your two-week wait. If you’ve been trying
to conceive naturally and you’ve been charting
and you knew exactly when your fertile window
opened and you made good use of the time
and you spent some time with hubby in the bedroom, then I’m sure that you want to be able
to do everything you can to increase your chances of conceiving and supporting the implantation
of a possibly fertilized egg after it has traveled
down the fallopian tube. So let me give you six
suggestions to increase the chances of successful implantation and to also keep you busy
in this two-week wait. The first thing you can do
is super simple and that is take the remedy Calc Fluor twice a day, so you take it in the potency 6X and it is a homeopathic
remedy but in the 6X potency, it can also be called a
tissue salt or a cell salt. This is also part of the
pregnancy tissue salt program which I have a post on my
website and I will link it in the description but Calc
Fluor in itself will support the development of the embryo
so it will help the embryo to implant because the
development is better, but it also directly
supports implantation. Calc Fluor isn’t just great
for implantation though. It’s also fantastic for
skin, hair, nails and teeth and I use it to support
the healing of cavities. So worst-case scenario, you are just being busy cosmetically. The second thing you can do is make sure that you keep warm and
I’m saying warm, not hot. Don’t take hot baths, don’t
put a hot-water bottle on your abdomen, but make
sure that you keep warm because being warm means
that your blood isn’t sticky and gooey, but that it’s nice and fluid, so it supports circulation. Circulation is super
important for the uterus and for implantation because that means that there are plenty of
nutrients, plenty of oxygen and that the egg can
implant nicely in there. So instead of a hot-water
bottle or a hot bath, what you can do is make sure
that your feet are warm. Didn’t your grandmother ever
say, feet warm, body warm? Well, that’s exactly the case,
so keep nice warm socks on or bundle up when you’re
sitting on the couch. And another thing that I
love to do is wear a haramaki and you wear this around
your back and abdomen and you can purchase this
online and from many stores but it is to keep your kidneys warm, so it’s nice for people
that have kidney infections or if you have bladder infections,
that is really soothing, but it’s fantastic if
you’re trying to conceive for that two-week wait because it keeps everything nice and cozy and makes sure that circulation keeps on going there. Number three is gentle exercise. Now that we’re on the
topic of circulation, we don’t just look at
keeping yourself warm, but you should be moving around! Don’t just hang on the couch
and watch Netflix being bundled up, thinking you’re
doing everything you can! A great thing you can
do is just go for walks, super simple, go outside, enjoy nature. Get some fresh air unless
you’re in the city, then that’s not fresh air, but at
least you’re moving, right? Go look for a park! And another thing you can do is stretching, gentle stretches, anything really that feels good. The point is that you don’t do any vigorous exercise at this
time and if you’re thinking, ah, circulation, maybe I
should do fertility massage? No, no, this is not the
time to be doing that. That is fine for after your
period and until ovulation, but don’t start digging around that area if you think that you might be pregnant. The impact of number
four is, in my opinion, highly underestimated. And that is rest. In the olden days, resting when you were pregnant was
quite normal but these days, it seems like we think we
just need to keep on going. And if you’re trying to
conceive, you should be acting as if you’re pregnant already
because then you’re doing the things that are best for your body. So I really recommend
in your two-week wait to support implantation that you rest and the reason for this
is that in the second half of your cycle, progesterone is dominant, and progesterone is what keeps
you from having your flow. So we want progesterone
to be at the right levels. However, if you’re stressed
out, if you’re not resting, if you’re tired, you’re
producing stress hormones and your body will always
prioritize stress hormones over sex hormones. So if
you want your luteal phase to be long enough, if
you want progesterone to be high enough, make
sure that you relax and that you rest and get your sleep. Onto point number five: because there are plenty of supplements you can take to support implantation. Because the whole thing with implantation is not just that the
egg needs to be strong and that it can develop well
so that it knows what to do and how the implant, but you also need the receiving environment, your uterus, your little baby box, to be receptive. So the endometrial
lining needs to be a-okay and it needs to be nice
and thick and squishy and nutritious. So if
you’ve already been taking the supplements I’m about
to mention, fantastic! Because it’s best to start
even before you start trying to conceive to make
sure you have good-quality eggs because if your egg is good quality, then your embryo will
also be a good quality and that will support implantation, but I’ll be doing another video soon about how to prepare your
body for implantation. Right now, we just wanna know what to do when you’re ready your
two-week wait, right? So if you haven’t
started with supplements, now is the moment to start. The first supplement you
can take is Vitamin C because that supports
progesterone production and we just talked about that. We want progesterone to be nice and high to give your egg the time to implant. The second vitamin you can take and that is especially
important if you’re living in the northern hemisphere and especially if you have darker skin
and that is Vitamin D. Vitamin D we can make under
the influence of sunshine, but if we’re never outside or covering up or slathering on sunscreen,
then we might not be producing enough vitamin D and the funny
thing is although we call it a vitamin, Vitamin D is a hormone. And Vitamin D is important for cell growth and cell function
and since a little embryo is basically a bunch of
cells, you wanna make sure that those cells do the
best they can, right, and they grow properly, so
partially, the Vitamin D is for the embryo to
have it nice and strong so it can implant, but on the other hand, your endometrial lining where the egg is supposed to land and implant is also built up of cells, so to make sure that those cells grow
and function properly, you need Vitamin D as well. What comes afte r C and D? E, of course! So the third supplement that I recommend is Vitamin E. You might know Vitamin E because it’s good for your skin, right, makes it nice and stretchy. Well, that’s the same
for your uterine lining. If you want it to be nice and thick, you need to have topped up on Vitamin E. And last but not least is the fatty acids and a great way to take
that is through fish oil, but there are also vegetarian
alternatives like krill oil or flaxseed oil, just make
sure you do some research. Fatty acids are super
important for the development of the brain of your baby but in general, it’s important for cells
because if you have a cell and you don’t have enough
of the fatty acids, the membrane of the cell becomes rigid so it’s very difficult
for toxins to come out and for nutrients to
come in, so if you want that membrane to be nice and squishy, you need to make sure you
have enough fatty acids. Thirdly, fatty acids are
important to reduce inflammation in your body and if there’s
inflammation going on in your uterus, there’s always
the risk that your uterus will reject the embryo because
it’s just in an alert state and it’s trying to attack
everything that seems foreign, including an embryo, so if you
are topped up on fatty acids, inflammation will go down, your uterus is nice and calm and
ready to receive baby. And fourthly, what fatty acids do fits in right with the circulation
that I’ve already been talking about and that is that fatty acids help the blood flow towards the uterus. Now that you know what to
do to support implantation, even though you’re already
in your two-week wait, you know exactly what to
do to give your pregnancy the best start possible and I sure hope that this is your month
and that within two weeks, you’ll be able to get that big
fat positive pregnancy test. If you want to learn more about fertility and how you can boost it
naturally, make sure to click on the playlist on your screen right now. Also make sure to subscribe
and hit the notification bell for new videos every
Thursday so you can learn to become more vital and
fertile and in the meantime, see you in the next video, bye!

99 thoughts on “How to support implantation in your two week wait

  1. Thank you so much for the information! Your videos are super helpful. Is it normal to feel cramping off and on after conceiving? 💕

  2. Hello. I have registered twice via the blog site for the tissue salt download, however the only thing I am sent is an email asking me to confirm my email address which I have done twice.

    Please advise.

  3. Ok. I have this crazy bike ride every morning and then I run 5 miles every Tuesday. Wonder if I should stop that. I love it though

  4. Thanks so much for sharing ! After more than 1 year trying. I finally got a BFP this month ! I only started to follow your channel last month. I found many useful information and I follow your suggestion. Can’t believe just over a month, I got a BFP ! So thank you ! And also congratulations on your pregnancy too !

  5. Hello!!! I wanna ask you a question please! I was so happy to know that I’m already on the right track because literally I’m taking almost all these supplements already doing my research and deciding to take Vitamin C, D, folic acid , omega 3, and CoQ10, but I sometimes take them randomly through out the day, because I’m worried they will give me some sort of weird reaction, as nobody prescribed them for me,so my question is can I take all the above I’ve just named at once after a meal?! Or how to spread them out and which ones to take together and which one not to?
    It will be supper helpful if you could give me some advice on this please!?
    Thank you.

  6. Hi! went on to your website but couldn't find link to calc fluor 6x please could you post link to where I could buy it? Going for Frozen embryo transfer this month and when should I start taking it

  7. Hi mam I'm waiting for pragnancy but march17 my priyod date but march15 but belleding I'm confused pls clryar mam

  8. Hey 👋 hope you are doing well, when I was 19 I got pregnant and I aborted when it was 1month, I aborted like 4 pregnancies of one month each, cause I was at school of which all heartedly regret to badly, in 2016 I started using morning after pill to prevent pregnancy. Now this year (2019)on 17th February two days after finishing my periods I had sex and very weekend we where having sex, but in March I started my menses. I was not pregnant. What can be the problem. Note that I have also not be seeing watery stretchy mucus down there, only white mucus, please please help me

  9. What is this wrap for your kidneys called? I am not sure how to spell it and keep getting egg rolls in search engine

  10. Great info! Ttc my 2nd baby currently. Also,Your voice is so soothing. Definitely have a new subscriber ❤

  11. When would you recommend stopping vitamin e? I’ve been taking it prior to my FET transfer on Friday… but I know vitamin e can be dangerous during early pregnancy

  12. Should I still take those vitamins if they are in my prenatal vitamin? Is it okay to double up on the vitamin C, D and E?

  13. Omg!!! I found your channel and I loved it! Now I’m following you 😉 thank you for all the information you share, it is awesome and very helpful. I’m in my 2 week window now and I’m glad I’m taking almost all the supplements you mentioned and my folic acid, I’m not sure if I’m taking too much folic acid though 🤔 in my multivitamin is 400mcg and in my folic acid bottle is 1mg. I’m taking both… is this ok?

  14. I love all of your information! Your advice is super helpful. I have a suggestion (take it or leave it)- instead of saying “husband” or “hubby” maybe you could say “partner “
    I think you’d connect with a larger audience as not everyone is trying to conceive with a husband.

    Thanks again!

  15. Can you start taking the Calc fluor at any time in your cycle? My period is due any day now and I'm wondering if I should take it asap to prepare my uterus before the two week wait? I'm loving your videos, so helpful! Blessings, Kate

  16. I had a miscarriage two months ago however im having those exact pains again what could be the problem?

  17. You have helped me so so much been ttc baby no.2 for 3 months now and using your advice and vitamin choices i really think helped me concieve

  18. I’m always afraid of the movement part. I always think if I’m still it won’t disturb anything potentially implanting. I am wanting to really get my deep spring cleaning done but I’m nervous all the squatting and bending will mess something up.

  19. Do you think oranges will be ok for the vitamin C ? I take pregnare care, ( a multi vit for conception and pregnancy ) eat tons of seeds and fish twice a week x

  20. @Fertility Homeopath I’ve some trouble finding calc fluor x6. I have found calc fluor D6 Schüsslerssalt nr1 á 250mg. Are those alright as well?

  21. Hi! Can you just take a prenatal instead of the supplements and calc fluer? Also, are hot showers bad? I always take really hot showers.

  22. Hi there!
    I had my period April 8 and my copper iud removed the following Tuesday, that same weekend my husband and I were active! The next Tuesday I had nexplanon implanted but was told by my md that that was my fertile weekend that we were busy. Now im having so many pregnancy symptoms but its only been 7 to 8 days could it be side affects of the BC? I feel like i've been obsessing about this a little too much over the last week.

  23. Dental professional here. Ingested fluoride DOES NOT "heal" decay. Also, systemic fl2 only helps to strengthen enamel BEFORE the tooth is erupted. Only topical fl2 will affect your teeth after eruption. You can remineralize incipient (just into the enamel, not through it into the dentin) decay. The damage will always be there, it just hardens and slows down or stops the progress. Not heal established cavities.

  24. Is it okay to have sexual intercourse after the fertility window… Would that reduce the chance of implantation…

  25. Your videos are super informative and inspirational! Whether I get pregnant or not, I definitely know more now than I’ve ever known. It’s amazing how much we as women, do not know our bodies!! Thank you!

  26. All these suggestions are fun to try but don't blame yourself if you didn't get pregnant after the 2WW. I have taken care of many drug addicts in the ICU and ER who had kids after kids and do you think any of them did any of these things? Sex workers in the slums of India get pregnant everyday. Again, these videos are fun but don't blame yourself if you aren't pregnant this cycle. The only thing that you need to do is to have sex and take your prenatals (of course, no drugs, smoking or alcohol).

  27. Your videos are super awesome!! Thanks for that… Can you also let us know how much is too much or too little of both rest and exercise during 2 week wait? Like is a normal routine of 5km walk in an hour too much exercise, or napping in the noon too much rest..

  28. I was wondering if all of the vitamins and fatty acids are in the prenatal I'm taking, should I continue to supplement additionally? I do take vitamin d from my doctor but what about the others?

  29. Thank you so much.. But I m suffering a lot.. My age is 33. I hv 3 miscarriage.. After that I m not able to convince.. Bcoz my endromretic line is thin and my age also it just only 1ng. But egg quality is not that much bad.. I don't want to go for IVF.. Know What to do doctor.. Plz help me out.. I m very much depressed.. Plz Rply me

  30. Thank you for your lovely videos! Would you be willing to tell us the supplement quantities and brands you suggest ? It would be helpful 🙂 thank you!

  31. Do u get cramps as if its your period? I have cramps and and my period is 1 week away and i am trying to comcieve

  32. can i please get your help on this. Calc Flour. How much is the dosage? this one xomes with 125 tablets

  33. the calc flour i have sais take 4 times a day. shoukd i still take 2 a day? can i send u a private message and show u an image of the box. it came in a green small box. No 1 calc fluor calcium flouride

  34. i want to thank you so much for all you informative videos. your is the most helpfull of all. thank you so much. hopefully i may be able to concieve some day. been trying so hard for 7 years

  35. I had transvaginal yesterday and the obgyne couldn't identify if I'm pregnant or not, she said the result is decidualized. So, I'm planning to have chest xray for my employment is it okay? If ever I am really pregnant is that won't affect the baby if I decided to have chest xray now? Please help me.

  36. You're videos feel like I'm talking to my mother, old friend, and my doctor all at once. Every question I think of you have a video for.

  37. I randomly came across one of your videos and it made me tear up a little. A good cry and a sign of relief. I instantly hit subscribe. I feel like your videos really were what I needed at this time in my life. I feel blessed I found your channel. ❤️❤️❤️❤️❤️❤️

  38. You are a wealth of knowledge 😍 seriously thank you. Suggestions for fibromyalgia and pregnancy would be soo appreciated !!!
    Are heating pads ok to use ?

  39. I started spotting on the 30th day of my period cycle, I expected to get my period on the 27th or the 28th,should I expect that I might have conceived?

  40. I like your smile and calm demeanor!!!! I also like the fact that you take your time and explain, in easy to understand language!!!! I just subbed-after watching like 4 of your vids!!!! thx again what do you think of taking a prenatal multi?

  41. I don't go outside without SPF on. But maybe I will put some sun on my legs. Let's hope everyone gets their rainbow baby this month!

  42. How can I figure out which fatty acid is best to take? You mentioned deciding which is best for you, but what are we looking for when deciding? @fertilityhomeopath thank you!

  43. Thank you for the information! I have my progesterone levels checked tomorrow. I'm hoping for the best!

  44. Hi i hope u ok . 6 days ago i get 5 days embrio transfer AA best donor embrio was . But i was not much syptoms only 3 and 5 days cramps end i was hungary a lot . Today 6 days nothing . Do u think still i can pragnent ? My boobs also i dont feel to much sensitve

  45. I am just curious as to where you gathered your information about the Calc Fluor. I have tried searching, and other protocols tell you to start the Calc Fluor either at 5 weeks or when you start to show. Thank you.

  46. I'm sorry but that medicine doesn't seem to be supported by science… It's probably just a placebo 🙁 Just take a pregnancy multivitamin! It already has the folic acid, vitamins and more!
    Other than that, really good advice! I love your videos!

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  48. maybe i'm already late to follow these steps… i'm already on my one week waiting after iui.. all i have been doing is rest/laydown amd eat healthy… still hoping

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