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Benefits of Castor Oil

Castor oil packs aid healing and reduce inflammation, improve elimination of toxins and circulation of lymph as well as blood.
- treatment of breast and ovarian cysts, other cysts, fibroids, congestion of abdominal organs, skin conditions, adhesions from surgery (scar tissue).
- hyperthyroidism, pelvic pain, tendonitis, kidney stones, swollen joints, IBS and digestive disorders
- any issues with congestion, scar tissue, decreased blood flow and need for healing...

The packs should not be used during times of heavy bleeding, gaseous stomach, intestinal conditions, or during pregnancy!

Occasionally a rash may occur at the site which is usually a sign of toxin elimination.

Dr. Mercola
http://articles.mercola.com/sites/articles/archive/2016/10/01/castor-oil-uses.asp

More About PCOS

Article Submitted by Sumreen Wasiq, AMANI Birth Educator https://docs.google.com/document/d/1riH_NSaIuV2MY_DEJVwIHaYfCC_z95UEW0yXK1JyHDA/edit

How do I balance my hormones?

Not often do we read about food helping to correct hormonal imbalances. In fact, when we hear the words “hormonal problems,” we are conditioned to think of solutions not extending much further than birth control pills, hormone creams and pallots.
Supporting the old mantra of “food is your medicine,” this article shows how innocent seeds can help regulate and support your hormonal balance.

The technique is called “seed rotation,” and can be used to bring back the sacred balance of estrogen and progesterone for menstruating, menopausal and post-menopausal women. (It is often wrongly assumed that post-menopausal women have “no more hormones.” This is very far from truth as we won’t be able to live without hormones).

For menstruating women, seed rotation helps to boost estrogen levels in the first part of the cycle and progesterone levels in the second part.

How to use seed rotation when you are still menstruating?

This technique can be used by anyone who is experiencing irregular periods, heavy flows, substantial PMS, and even women going through peri-menopause and menopause
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The technique described here is based on a 30-day cycle, though most women’s cycles tend to run between 25 and 36 days. Only 10 to 15% of women have cycles that are exactly 28 to 30 days. Day 1 is counted as the first day of a period.

As an example, this article is based on a 30-day cycle.

What about women who do not menstruate or who are menopausal and postmenopausal?

If you do not have a cycle either because you are not menstruating or because you have entered peri-menopause, menopause and you are in post-menopause, seed rotation can still help.

If you are pre-menopausal and not cycling, start the seed rotation any time you like and do two weeks of each seed rotation, as shown in the below chart.

If you have already entered menopause, you can start applying seed rotation any time you like and keep each seed combination (like flax seed and pumpkin) for one to two weeks, then switch to the other combination (like sunflower and sesame seeds).

Which seeds should be used in what part of the cycle?

From Day 1 to Day 15 (or the middle of the cycle), we need more estrogen in order to build up our endometrium (uterus lining). This is called the follicular phase. With seeds such as flaxseed and pumpkin seeds, we can naturally increase our estrogen levels.

From Day 15 to Day 30, or the second part of the cycle (also known as the luteal phase), the corpus luteum begins to release progesterone. This sex hormone will help thicken the uterus lining and prepare it for implantation.

The high contents of zinc in sesame seeds and vitamin E in sunflower seeds have been shown to stimulate progesterone production (see references below). By adding two tablespoons of sesame and sunflower seeds per day in the luteal phase, we can naturally support the body to produce more progesterone, a sex hormone of which many women experience low levels.

Feel free to download the Seed Rotation Guide that illustrates this method.

What does a balanced cycle look like?

Of course, being regular is one important factor, but there is much more to a balanced cycle beyond that. So many of us are accustomed to feeling terrible before our period (and some women in the mid-cycle or during ovulation as well) that we assume it is normal. It is not.

High estrogen (or estrogen metabolites) can be the cause of tender breasts, mood swings, hair loss, weight gain, fibroids, endometriosis, breast and ovarian cysts, and even breast and ovarian cancer.

Low progesterone levels can manifest in ways similar to the above, along with feeling anxious, not being able to fall or stay asleep, and menstrual headaches.

Rebalancing your cycle using a simple food-based technique like seed rotation can help alleviate many of the symptoms in as little as one or two months.

In a perfectly healthy woman, the menstrual cycle and the estrogen/progesterone production will happen naturally with no help or intervention.

This is, unfortunately, not the case for many women today.
Excessive stress leading to excessive cortisol release, environmental toxins, poor diet, food sensitivities, digestive issues, and high coffee or alcohol consumption can all contribute to irregular or painful periods, and even infertility.

Supporting the body with food that will help produce sufficient amounts of estrogen and progesterone is not only easy and cheap, but also non-invasive. This is why this form of healing is preferred by practitioners who work with food as medicine – this method simply works, while still being gentle on the body.

Why add more estrogens to our diet?

Many women worry that they are already experiencing estrogen dominance, so why add more estrogen in the form of phytoestrogens, such as flaxseed?

For this to be fully understood, we first need to establish that not all estrogens are “bad,” and the one that tends to be high in estrogen-dominant women is estradiol, also known as E2.

Excessive levels of E2 have been linked to breast and prostate cancer. Flaxseed does not only suppress estradiol production, but it also nudges estradiol metabolism into a positive direction by generating a higher ratio of the protective metabolite 2-hydroxy-estrone versus the more harmful 16-hydroxy-estrone.

Easy ways of adding seed rotation to your diet

The easiest way to incorporate the seed combinations is by adding either two tablespoons of one seed or one tablespoon each of two different seeds to smoothies, salads or soups.
Another way to ensure regular seed consumption is by making your own seed crackers. They can easily be baked in a regular oven or prepared with a dehydrator.

*RECIPE: Estrogen-boosting crackers [oven method]

Two tablespoons of flaxseed or pumpkin seeds per day have shown to help boost estrogen production. Pumpkin seeds are also known to be phytoestrogenic.

This can be equally valuable for menstruating women in the first part of the cycle (day 1 to 15, refer to the chart) as well as women going through peri- and menopause who would benefit from an estrogen boost.

This recipe is using an oven. If you have a dehydrator, feel free too use it and set it to 115F for 8 hours.
Time to prepare: 20 minutes
Time to soak: 12 hours
Time to bake: 6 hours
Serves: 20 servings
Equipment: thermometer, parchment paper and 18’ x 13’ baking tray

Ingredients
1 cup almonds
1 cup flaxseed
1 cup pumpkin seeds
1 cup dried apples, roughly chopped
1 cup roasted coconut flakes
1 tablespoon apple cider vinegar
1 tablespoon curry powder
1 teaspoon sea salt

How to make:

1. Soak almonds for 12 hours.

2. Soak flaxseed and pumpkin seeds in 3 cups of water for 2 hours.

3. Preheat the oven to 150F or the lowest temperature your oven allows. The trick to keeping the temperature low (ideally in the range of 120 to 150F) is to leave the oven door ajar. This will prevent the crackers from burning and will create air circulation to dry the crackers.

4. Strain all the excess water from the almonds and combine with all the remaining ingredients. Toss to mix them well.

5. Line the baking tray with parchment paper and spread the mixture evenly.

6. Bake for 6 hours or until fully dried. It’s recommended to check your crackers regularly using the thermometer to be sure they are getting dried but not burned. If the oven gets too hot, just open the oven door slightly wider. I use a metal tool (like a can opener) to keep the oven door ajar. The second batch will be easier to make as you will know how to keep the oven temperature in the 120-150F range.

These crackers store well for two weeks in an air-tight container.
More hormone-balancing Recipes

This article was contributed by Magdalena Wszelaki, a nutritional coach, hormone specialist and chef. She has a long history of hormonal challenges herself, from Hashimoto’s and adrenal exhaustion to estrogen dominance. She is in a full remission today and lives a symptoms-free life.

As for the seeds, 1 complete tablespoon of each seed, freshly ground(very important) added into smoothies or however you are able to consume it (like taking it mixed in a yoghurt etc)
one way to take it (if you have an irregular or missing menstrual cycle) is to go by the moon. First 14days flax&pumpkin and second 14days sesame&sunflower
If you have a regular cycle, you start the flax&pumpkin on the first day of menstruation and change by the 14 into sesame&sunflower.
 https://theherbalacademy.com/seed-cycling-for-hormonal-balance/

https://www.hormonesbalance.com/articles/how-to-use-seed-rotation-to-rebalance-your-menstrual-cycle/
rebalance your hormones (for both pre-and post-menopausal women)

What is PCOS?

Polycystic Ovarian Sydrome SymptomsIrregular menstrual cycles:

Do you have irregular menstrual cycles?
When you do have your period, do you experience excruciating pain in your legs, lower abdomen, or back? Are these symptoms accompanied by excessive bleeding?
Then, yes, you have PCOS.

Weight gain for no reason: Women who have PCOS tend to have an apple-shaped body instead of a pear-shaped one. This has nothing to do with their lifestyle habits. Excess androgens can trigger weight gain, typically in the abdomen area. Such women also tend to become insulin resistant, which puts them at higher risk of diabetes, heart diseases or uterine cancer. Women with PCOS also battle infertility issues. The most challenging thing for these women is to lose weight.
Acne: You never had clear skin? Have you used every treatment method under the sun only to see a new zit pop up just before an important event? Well, this could be a sign of PCOS too.Excessive hair on the body, especially on the face and chin: Thick hair on your face giving you a masculine look? Tired of shaving, threading, and waxing the excess facial hair? Blame it on the male hormones again! This is a clear indication that you have PCOS.

Treatment:
Your doctor might put you on either anti-androgen medication or oral contraceptive pills that could regularize your menstrual cycle.

What can you do about it?

Regular exercise: Keeping yourself active should be your primary initiative towards tackling PCOS. Make workout a part of your routine. If not anything, even a 15-minute brisk walk on a daily basis can do wonders to maintain your metabolic rate.

What you eat matters: If you are experiencing severe pain during menstruation, it’s time to watch what you consume. Aerated drinks, too much caffeine, smoking, high carbs, processed foods — these are only a few of the many things you must avoid. Include low-glycemic foods in your diet to keep your insulin levels in check. Stress can also lead to PCOS. Fight stress by having foods rich in magnesium.

How To Tackle Menstrual Cramps

There are simple over-the-counter medications that can help bring down the pain.Placing a hot water bag on your abdomen can give you relief.Have a cup of green tea. The antioxidant-rich drink can do wonders to soothe the pain. This could be the best substitute for your caffeine cravings.Massaging the pain area with castor oil will not only cool the body but also promote blood circulation, thereby reducing cramps.Periods are synonymous with bloating. Drinking plenty of water can help cut bloating.Avoid dairy products like processed cheese and also junk foods that can aggravate the cramps.Exercise could be the last thing on your mind while your muscles are already aching and crying for attention. But trust me, nothing works like an activity to reduce period pain.

Not treating PCOS in the initial stages could lead to cancer. If you have any of these symptoms, this article is a wake-up call for you. It’s not advisable to take OTC for pain relief all the time. Consult your family physician or a gynecologist if the symptoms persist.!!

Can u please suggest halal cod liver oil capsules?

'Rosita', 'Nordic Naturals' or 'Carlsons'

Are Calcium and Iron supplements beneficial? Any risks of taking them?

 Don't women need extra iron?

That's a misunderstanding.

Doctors generally don't realize that only a few milligrams of iron are lost each day in menstruation. The real issue is that you can hardly avoid getting iron, even when you try.

Women absorb iron much more efficiently than men do. From a similar meal, women will normally absorb three times as much iron as men do. When pregnant, their higher estrogen levels cause them to absorb about nine times as much as men. Every time a woman menstruates, she loses a little iron, so that by the age of 50 she is likely to have less iron stored in her tissues than a man does at the same age, but by the age of 65 women generally have as much excess iron in their tissues as men do. (During those 15 years, women seem to store iron at a faster rate than men do, probably because they have more estrogen.) At this age their risk of dying from a heart attack is the same as that of men. Some women who menstruate can donate blood regularly without showing any tendency to become anemic.

Since the custom of giving large iron supplements to pregnant women has been established, there has been an increase in jaundice of the newborn. It has been observed that women who didn't take iron supplements during pregnancy have healthy babies that don't develop jaundice. I have suggested that this could be because they haven't been poisoned by iron. Those supplements could also be a factor in the increased incidence of childhood cancer.

Q: Don't you need iron supplements if you are anemic?

In general, no.

Many doctors think of anemia as necessarily indicating an iron deficiency, but that isn't correct. 100 years ago, it was customary to prescribe arsenic for anemia, and it worked to stimulate the formation of more red blood cells. The fact that arsenic, or iron, or other toxic material stimulates the formation of red blood cells doesn't indicate a "deficiency" of the toxin, but simply indicates that the body responds to a variety of harmful factors by speeding its production of blood cells. Even radiation can have this kind of stimulating effect, because growth is a natural reaction to injury. Between 1920 and 1950, it was common to think of "nutritional growth factors" as being the same as vitamins, but since then it has become common to use known toxins to stimulate the growth of farm animals, and as a result, it has been more difficult to define the essential nutrients. The optimal nutritional intake is now more often considered in terms of resistance to disease, longevity or rate of aging, and even mental ability.

An excess of iron, by destroying vitamin E and oxidizing the unsaturated fats in red blood cells, can contribute to hemolytic anemia, in which red cells are so fragile that they break down too fast. In aging, red cells break down faster, and are usually produced more slowly, increasing the tendency to become anemic, but additional iron tends to be more dangerous for older people.

Anemia in women is caused most often by a thyroid deficiency (as discussed in the chapter on thyroid), or by various nutritional deficiencies. Estrogen (even in animals that don't menstruate) causes dilution of the blood, so that it is normal for females to have lower hemoglobin than males."

http://raypeat.com/articles/articles/iron-dangers.shtml
[16:02, 9/18/2017] Sumreen Amani: https://liveto110.com/162-rethinking-iron-supplementation-with-morley-robbins/
[16:02, 9/18/2017] Sumreen Amani: http://onlinelibrary.wiley.com/doi/10.1016/0091-2182(94)00057-D/full

"The physiologic changes of normal pregnancy result in lowered hemoglobin and hematocrit levels and make these lab values difficult to interpret. Because excess iron intake by healthy women may have harmful sequelae, safe practice requires an individual assessment of iron status." - Journal of Midwifery and Women's Health

That's a misunderstanding.

Doctors generally don't realize that only a few milligrams of iron are lost each day in menstruation. The real issue is that you can hardly avoid getting iron, even when you try.

Women absorb iron much more efficiently than men do. From a similar meal, women will normally absorb three times as much iron as men do. When pregnant, their higher estrogen levels cause them to absorb about nine times as much as men. Every time a woman menstruates, she loses a little iron, so that by the age of 50 she is likely to have less iron stored in her tissues than a man does at the same age, but by the age of 65 women generally have as much excess iron in their tissues as men do. (During those 15 years, women seem to store iron at a faster rate than men do, probably because they have more estrogen.) At this age their risk of dying from a heart attack is the same as that of men. Some women who menstruate can donate blood regularly without showing any tendency to become anemic.

Since the custom of giving large iron supplements to pregnant women has been established, there has been an increase in jaundice of the newborn. It has been observed that women who didn't take iron supplements during pregnancy have healthy babies that don't develop jaundice. I have suggested that this could be because they haven't been poisoned by iron. Those supplements could also be a factor in the increased incidence of childhood cancer.

Q: Don't you need iron supplements if you are anemic?

In general, no.

Many doctors think of anemia as necessarily indicating an iron deficiency, but that isn't correct. 100 years ago, it was customary to prescribe arsenic for anemia, and it worked to stimulate the formation of more red blood cells. The fact that arsenic, or iron, or other toxic material stimulates the formation of red blood cells doesn't indicate a "deficiency" of the toxin, but simply indicates that the body responds to a variety of harmful factors by speeding its production of blood cells. Even radiation can have this kind of stimulating effect, because growth is a natural reaction to injury. Between 1920 and 1950, it was common to think of "nutritional growth factors" as being the same as vitamins, but since then it has become common to use known toxins to stimulate the growth of farm animals, and as a result, it has been more difficult to define the essential nutrients. The optimal nutritional intake is now more often considered in terms of resistance to disease, longevity or rate of aging, and even mental ability.

An excess of iron, by destroying vitamin E and oxidizing the unsaturated fats in red blood cells, can contribute to hemolytic anemia, in which red cells are so fragile that they break down too fast. In aging, red cells break down faster, and are usually produced more slowly, increasing the tendency to become anemic, but additional iron tends to be more dangerous for older people.

Anemia in women is caused most often by a thyroid deficiency (as discussed in the chapter on thyroid), or by various nutritional deficiencies. Estrogen (even in animals that don't menstruate) causes dilution of the blood, so that it is normal for females to have lower hemoglobin than males."

http://raypeat.com/articles/articles/iron-dangers.shtml
https://liveto110.com/162-rethinking-iron-supplementation-with-morley-robbins
http://onlinelibrary.wiley.com/doi/10.1016/0091-2182(94)00057-D/full

"The physiologic changes of normal pregnancy result in lowered hemoglobin and hematocrit levels and make these lab values difficult to interpret. Because excess iron intake by healthy women may have harmful sequelae, safe practice requires an individual assessment of iron status." - Journal of Midwifery and Women's Health

What diet should pregnant mothers have?

Proteins and good fats are extremely important for the optimal development of the growing fetus. What we learnt in school about the Food Pyramid has been discredited because the carb loaded, fat reduced diet has only contributed to a host of health issues : diabetes, cardiac diseases, obesity, celiac diseases, respiratory issues, to count a few. Saturated fats, like animal fats, butter and ghee were touted as hazardous to our health where in fact its the overabundance of simple carbs and refined sugar in our diets which is the main culprit. Proteins are the building blocks of a human body, just like bricks are to a building, similarly proteins are essential for fetal development (since I'm talking about a fetus over here that's why the exclusive emphasis, but in reality these recommendations apply to children and adults as well). Good fats, like butter, ghee, extra virgin coconut and olive oil, avocado oil (please no hydrogenated vegetable oils) are so crucial for proper brain development, for example. Those who studied science, might remember that we have nerve cell axons in our brain, and these axons are basically insulated with myelin sheath. What is this sheath made of? Phospholipids and cholesterol (and protein as well).
Then why in the world are we prescribing diets to women with GD which are totally deficient in these critical components? I have no idea. However, the problem is not restrictive of GD, pregnant moms generally do not pay enough attention to their diets. Eggs and dairy, meat and poultry are not taken in substantial quantity as to qualify for a proper nutritious diet.

Good maternal nutrition during pregnancy can protect the offspring from diabetes, stroke, heart disease, kidney disease, and memory loss later in life.
Special preconception and pregnancy diets emphasizing foods dense in particular nutrients were universal among the traditional groups that Weston Price studied.
Modern science has shown that fat-soluble vitamins are necessary for growth and development; the omega-3 fatty acid DHA is necessary for brain development; the need for biotin during pregnancy increases; folate boosts growth and decreases the risk of birth defects; choline causes a lifelong increase in memory and attention; and the amino acid glycine is required for growth.
WAPF recommends a dose of high-vitamin cod liver oil per day to yield 20,000 IU of vitamin A, 2,000 IU of vitamin D, and 2 grams of omega-3 fatty acids (about 1 3/4 teaspoon per day).
Grass-fed animal fats supply vitamins E and K2; palm oil, fresh fruits and vegetables, nuts, and freshly ground grains are also sources of vitamin E; fermented foods are also sources of vitamin K2. Leafy greens supply vitamin K1.
Biotin can be obtained from liver and egg yolks. Raw egg whites should be strictly avoided and cooked egg whites should be consumed in moderation. Egg yolks can be added to smoothies and ice cream to boost biotin status.
Folate can be obtained from liver, legumes, beets, and greens. Choline can be obtained from grass-fed dairy, egg yolks, liver, meat, cruciferous vegetables, nuts, and legumes. Figure 7 provides examples of how to meet the folate and choline requirements.
Muscle meats and eggs should be liberally matched with the above folate-rich foods and with skin, bones, and bone broths to obtain glycine.

EMBRYONIC AND FETAL GROWTH

During ovulation, an egg is released from the ovary and moves into a tube called the oviduct. At conception, the sperm and egg combine within the oviduct to form a zygote. The genes from each parent combine into pairs and the zygote possesses a new, unique genome that every cell into which it divides will inherit.

Over the course of the first seven days, the zygote divides into a hollow ball of cells as it moves through the oviduct toward the uterus. By the seventh day, it becomes embedded in the uterine wall. At this point it is called an embryo. The heart of the embryo heart by day 23; its brainwaves can be recorded at day 40; in the seventh week it begins sucking, touching its face, hiccupping, frowning and making various other spontaneous movements.

None of this growth and development can take place without nutrients. Fats and carbohydrates fuel the growth. Fats and cholesterol form cell membranes. Amino acids form structural proteins and enzymes. Vitamins and minerals act as cofactors for those enzymes or as regulators of the entire process of growth. These nutrients are uniquely supplied by the mother’s diet.

Although modern science still has much research to accomplish in order to fully elucidate the value of traditional wisdom, it has already confirmed the fact that many of the nutritional factors that we now recognize as the most important to healthy embryonic and fetal development are the same ones emphasized in traditional pregnancy and preconception diets.

http://www.westonaprice.org/childrens-health/diet-for-pregnant-and-nursing-mothers/

During the second trimester, nerve functions start to synchronize and differentiate. The sensory organ begin development, as do the nerves. About the 5th month, the baby can now start to feel, although the sensations they feel are very limited and erratic. Those healthy fats provide faster development, and healthier nerve connections.

During the last trimester, the brain is forming learning abilities and beginning memories.

The fetal brain goes through several stages of development. During the first trimester, the nerve cells form, but are not actually developed as a brain. Impulses begin to fire without pattern or direction. Sensory organs and nerves are not developed at this point, so the fetus does not feel pain.

During this time, it’s especially important to avoid chemicals and dangerous substances. The first trimester is a time of exponential growth. Healthy fats from natural foods are especially important since nearly 70% of the new tissues are fat based.

Prenatal brain development  https://youtu.be/mMDPP-Wy3sI

Why babies are anaemic?

It is important to note the origin of the 'anaemic' issues in babies is based upon on what the mother got when pregnant with them.
- low bioavailable copper and magnesium.

Pregnancy
A natural part of the pregnancy is the "download" of Copper & Iron to baby. In the last tri-mester, the Mom is providing 10X more Copper to the fetus than they will carry as an adult. And during this same time, there is a build-up of Iron in the Placenta to support the growing needs of the fetus. And under normal conditions, the complete download of Iron occurs between the baby's birth, and the placenta's birth -- provided the practitioners don't tug on the umbilicus.

What is clearly happening are two dynamics:
o Modern-day practitioners are neglectful about the mineral movements and timing, as well as

o The fact that every facet of Iron metabolism is COPPER-DEPENDENT. So that when "Iron is low," it's important to understand that it's supposed to be "low" and that should be a clear signal that this Mom-to-be is in great need for bioavailable Copper, best found in wholefood Vit-C, beef Liver (grass fed), and other Copper-rich meats (Lamb, Goat, etc)

What is also important is to get a proper blood test to assess the true status of Iron:
http://requestatest.com/mag-zinc-copper-panel-with-iron-panel-testing

Ferritin-ONLY blood tests are misleading and in the light of scientific studies, do not indicate the underlying patient's true biochemistry.

Hope that sheds new & important light on this dynamic.

Iron is supposed to go down during Pregnancy.

Do you know your Mag RBC & Ceruloplasmin levels? If not, you're grasping at Iron-straws & your wee one will regret the influx of TOXIC Iron supplements.

The safest way to improve Iron markers:
o Magnesium
o Wholefood Vit-C (NOT Ascorbic Acid!)
o B-Vitamins (esp. B-2)

~ Morley Robbins, Diagnostic Nutritionist and Wellness Practitioner.

Why inorganic iron suppliments are more harmful than beneficial.

https://freetheanimal.com/2015/06/enrichment-theory-everything.html

This 'heavily sourced' article explains in detail why inorganic iron supplementation is a major cause for a host of health issues. Without balancing Copper and Ceruloplasmin, the Co factors required for optimal iron management, flooding the bloodstream with excessive iron leads to iron overload and oxidative stress

Can you suggest links that show benefits of Magnesium during pregnancy?

http://pcosdiva.com/2014/08/pcos-magnesium/

www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/21696337

www.larabriden.com/8-ways-that-magnesium-rescues-hormones/

 

Ovarian cysts are common in estrogen dominance too. ED can occur with iron overload or copper dysregulation

I have been trying to conceive since 4 years but all in vain

Q. I have been trying to conceive since 4 years but all in vain.Consulted many dr's and did all kind of treatments including tablets,injections,laproscopy,HSG and follicular study but nothing worked out.My dr's say everything is normal in me and it's unexplained infertility.So what should I do? Any remedy apart from this which will help me in conceiving.Please help !!

When it's unexplained infertility there isn't much in terms of medical treatment that you can do. But holistic treatment has proven to be the most effective approach in healing it.  Dietary changes that focuses on boosting fertility and including fertility boosting supplement plays a great role. Other than that consistent use of herbal supplements and natural prenatals should be done along with Hijama and above all your improving your connection with Allah is very important. When u incorporate all this holistically inshaAllah you will see the results soon.