Good morning. This is Jeff from NaturalFertilityBook.com. And I want to go through an article that’s recently come through on my newsfeed. This just came out on May 3, three days ago. But I’m actually going to do something just a little bit differently than normal. Usually, I’ll go through an article and highlight all the good points, the things that I particularly agree with. And then I fill in the blanks with the things that either are missing important facts, especially from our natural fertility perspective, or things that I just simply disagree with. But as I say, this morning I’m going to do something a little bit differently. I’m going to not quite do that. I’m going to use this article as a bit of a launch pad, or a takeoff point, to go into another point that I would go into, which is not in this article. So let’s just get right into it.
This article is a pretty straightforward, factual article. It’s called “This Is Why You Need to Get an STD Test If You’re Trying to Conceive“. So I’m not even really going to go through too many points in the article. It’s pretty straightforward. It talks about some of the basic statistics about STDs and how often people should be tested, what some of the risks are, if someone has an STD as far as a potential pregnancy and the effects on the baby. So goes through all that in a pretty factual way.
But what I want to go into instead is (not that this isn’t important for what this article is about, but) to take it into our Heilkunst perspective. We actually look at STDs in a different way. And what I mean is, we don’t ignore them in the sense that this article talks about. But we look at really the history and the family tree. And once you understand the deeper theory of how we treat and prevent chronic illness, we look at . . . I’ll use just two examples. We look at the gonorrhea infection, as well as the syphilis infection. Both of those, when you understand the deeper health history (the way that we look at it), they both point to these STDs or infections as actually being passed on through the the family genetic information. So in both of those cases—the ones I mentioned, the gonorrhea and the syphilis—even if someone has never had an infection of either of those (they’ve never been exposed to that in their life), most people that we treat will have a trace of that that carries through the family tree history.
So we see that now, especially in this context, what we’re talking about natural fertility. The reason I’m bringing this up in this context is actually really critical. Especially when we see different couples who’ve had different challenges with their fertility. And they may be getting frustrated if they already follow our recommended diet, they think of themselves as pretty healthy, they have a pretty good approach and a pretty good attitude towards their natural fertility. But the missing piece for a lot of these cases, why as they say they have the challenges that they’re having—they either can’t conceive, or they’ve been having miscarriages or things like that—is this kind of hidden element of what we call the Chronic Miasms, or these STDs that pass through the family tree history.
So just to give a couple of examples. One of the two I mentioned, the gonorrhea, that’s actually incredibly common about but what we call miasm. It appears in just about every family tree history that we see when we study patient health history. And it touches on many aspects of health including some of the most common health conditions around heart disease and strokes, and all these heart related issues when they’re in the family tree. But they also very much affect the whole, your genital system. So when you get things like fibroids in the urinary tract, things like some of the fertility problems that I mentioned already—some of the repeated miscarriages or other difficulties in conceiving—there’s many other health conditions related to this genetic version of the STD of gonorrhea.
But as I say, once we identify this in the health history, it becomes a critical part of the natural fertility plan for that couple. Beyond all the obvious things where we would talk about a certain healthy fertility diet and certain lifestyle habits—the things that we have gone into in so many of these other videos. But this is for the usual way that people look at health. It’s quite a hidden element, but it’s quite significant and powerful. Once someone understands that this is actually at the base of their health history, it really opens up a much more successful path into our natural fertility program.
So anyways, as I say, I took a bit of a different turn today. I didn’t really go into the details of this particular article. I just use it as a launch pad to go into this other hidden dimension of natural fertility. If you’re not already in our natural fertility program, you can download our book for free at www.NaturalFertilityBook.com. And you could find out about what I just talked about today, and so many more of the basic points of natural fertility.
Thank you for joining me this morning and I’ll see you again soon.
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