There can be many reasons for fertility issues. And there most likely is more than just one single issue. We can look for answer in the blood or even study the sperm cells to find imbalances that contribute to the issues.
The recordings you see are real human blood and immune cells. With pregnancy issues, the body could potentially be hindering a pregnancy simply because it needs to prioritize its own health. When looking at our blood, we can see a big difference between healthy and unhealthy blood, and how our cells are impacted by an unhealthy environment. A big part of our inner defense is our immune system, like the one you see in this clip. It will fight off harmful elements to keep us alive and healthy. To create new life, the woman's own cells have quite a job in front of them and the only outside help it gets is from a single male sperm cell that is carrying the male genes and DNA. The body will often not be able to or want to, put itself through a pregnancy if it has other challenges.
A normal ejaculation contains about 200 million sperm cells. With so many cells there will always be some that are not as healthy as others. In this video, you will see a collection with some of the normal problems that can happen to the cells. As only 1 sperm cell is able to enter an egg, competition is tough! Any cell with a weakness or damage will lose the race or die too early to get to the egg. Male fertility problems can come from not being able to produce enough sperm or that too many of the sperm have defects or damages.
Breast milk is a complex living liquid that changes as the child grows. It is packed with immune system cells, hormones, antibodies, healthy bacteria and microbes to help the baby's development. In addition to being packed with fats and nutrients, it also helps the child develop a healthy bacteria flora, control appetite, growth and hormone levels. There are many studies being done on the fact that the female body is able to adjust the milk content depending on the babies needs and growth rate. Studies have even shown that at night, the milk contains higher levels of a component related to induced sleep. Meaning that it helps calm the baby, starting a normal sleep routine and giving the mother some well-deserved rest. This is all an incredible process that scientists are still amazed about.