Saturday, August 15, 2009

Hope for multiple miscarriages

Dr. Eugen Jonas discovered a fertility cylce in the 1950s that is virtually unheard of in the United States. It explains why women get pregnant on their periods, on the pill and during other "impossible" times. According to extensive clinical studies a women has a 70-85% chance of getting pregnant on this cycle compared to her mid-cycle ovulation time. Also women with a history of miscarriages are more likely to carry to term if this cycle is used. I did a fertility chart for my friend in her early 40s who had 4 miscarriages and she now has a 2 year old. Another friend had been trying to get pregnant for a year, got pregnant and then had a miscarriage. After I charted her peak fertility cycle she got pregant the first month and her son is now 3. This cycle can be used for fertility or for natural birth control. I am happy to help anyone who wants to know more. I can be emailed at