The conception action pack is a personalized conception blueprint to assist women wanting to get pregnant. Forget the guesswork, you don't have to rely on hit and miss advice to help you get pregnant "Because now you can get personalized information to help you pinpoint your fertile times, time intercourse perfectly and get pregnant sooner"
The time is right - you and your partner have decided you are ready to start a family. You've probably spent years avoiding pregnancy, so conceiving a baby now should be easy.
And you're right - it probably should. But with changing lifestyles, longer working hours, more stress and the rising age of first-time mothers (and fathers) - getting pregnant may not be as easy or fast as you thought it would be.
For a small portion of couples, their serious infertility problems require medical intervention.
What is the ‘conception action pack’ (C.A.P)?
The ‘Conception Action Pack’ is a personalized information package which covers all the information you need to understand your body and fertility so you can get pregnant easily. It is personalized because it is based on the principles of Lunar Fertility.
The Conception Action Pack works because it is based upon the following conception foundations:
· It's easier to fall pregnant if you understand how your fertility works.
· It's easier to fall pregnant if you have a regular menstrual cycle.
· It's easier to fall pregnant if you are in healthy physical condition.
· It's easier to fall pregnant if you know when you are fertile.
· It's easier to fall pregnant if you take advantage of lunar fertility.
· It's easier to fall pregnant if you are calm, relaxed and positive.
The next few sections provide an in-depth background to why the Conception Action Pack works.
Most women watch their menstrual cycles and have been taught that their mid-cycle or biological ovulation is the best time for them to have sex in order to fall pregnant.
This is all very well if the woman has a regular cycle and can pin point her mid cycle fertile time.
But what if you don't have a regular cycle?
Women who experience irregular cycles – too long or too short put their chances of conception in jeopardy.
Numerous studies have shown that women who have a cycle length of 29.5 days are more fertile than any other group.
As the cycle length varies either side of 29.5 days fertility starts to wane and it becomes more and more difficult for a women to pinpoint her mid cycle ovulation phase.
Researchers have also shown that women experiencing longer or shorter cycles experience more discomfort, heavier bleeding, cramping and more intense symptoms relating to PMT etc. They have more incidence of difficulty conceiving and in many cases ovulation ceases to occur altogether.
Even if they do fall pregnant the risk of miscarriage rises due to the fact that their body may not have the resources to complete the pregnancy.
This is why it is vitally important to make sure you have a regular cycle before you try to conceive.
Any subtle change in hormone levels can mean the difference between success and failure.
It can mean the difference of an egg not being released at the right time, or the womb lining not being prepared or bleeding being delayed.
The standard medical response to an irregular menstrual cycle is to bombard the woman’s body with external hormones in the bid to make the body respond on cue.
But this is not necessary - There are simple, non invasive tools that you can use to gently stimulate your body to re-align to its own natural rhythm.
All you need is the right information tools and the motivation to apply them.
Consider the following:
· A healthily fertile woman's menstrual cycle runs its course in about twenty-nine days, one lunar cycle.
· A standard healthy pregnancy runs for 42 weeks or 10 lunar months.
Science Confirms the Moon / Menses Link
Recent scientific research has shown that whilst sunlight stimulates your body clock to produce its sleep / wake rhythm it is the moon which controls the function of the menstrual / fertility cycle.
Female ovulation and the menstrual cycle are controlled by the hormone Melatonin, which is produced by the pineal gland during periods of darkness.
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