Infertility is not a disease if you know how to treat it properly...
Los Angeles, CA (PRWEB) November 30, 2011
Mia Nicholas was diagnosed with infertility at age 28 when the doctors found two large endometrioma cysts on her left and right ovaries. Without the use of in vitro fertilization (IVF), she would not likely get pregnant naturally. However, with research, she went on a journey of a special diet to help her cure endometriosis, shrink endometriomas, and get pregnant. Hence, she started HogHugs.com, a site where she documents her diet and progress. Many doctors told her it was impossible and pushed numerous surgeries on her condition. After researching, Nicholas decided that surgery may do more harm than good so she decided to continue her lifestyle miracle journey. September this year, she found out she was pregnant naturally. Doctors said it was a miracle.
“Nothing’s a miracle if you have a solution,” says Nicholas.
Over 20% of the population of women is afflicted with endometriosis and infertility. As the amount of working women increase, so does the age to get pregnant as well as stress related problems in fertility. Adding to the problems, our foods are more filled with hormones now than decades ago causing problems in women’s reproductive system with increasing estrogen related products. Almost all chemical products, foods, and even our daily routines increase estrogen in our body.
Excess estrogen can lead to the disease endometriosis as well as chocolate cysts called endometriomas on the ovaries. These have caused women to have infertility. Many doctors recommend surgery to correct the issue only to find that the next month after surgery the problem comes back. What hasn’t happened is for these women to find the “root” cause of their illness. Hoghugs provides a natural outlet for women to correct their illness with natural, noninvasive techniques through lifestyle and food changes. In addition, the site aims to help women to become pregnant the natural and most noninvasive way. Comical as well as heartwarming, the site touches the heart of many women and has become a popular outlet for women to share their experiences. The author of the site doesn’t hold back on personal experiences and provides the truth about the medical industry to the intricacies of all her experiences through the procedures. On the site, you'll find her "Endometriosis Diet" Plan and other lifestyle and supplements for the cure of endometriosis and infertility.
Hoghugs was created to help women combat endometriosis the natural way. Due to overly aggressive doctors who are looking to profit through surgery, one woman set out to make a difference in creating a site that helps women combat the illness without using invasive techniques. The site offers food solutions, exercises, as well as share experiences in fertility procedures beneficial to women.