The philosophy of infertility at the
Eumedica Swiss Center of Lugano

"False doctrines in science take fifty years to die, because not only the professors, but also their students have to die first".
— Max Plank

The recent techniques of medically assisted reproduction most universally used, are still essentially based on "Hormone Replacement", on "test-tube fertilization of male and female gametes," and on the "instrumental intrauterine transfer of the embryo", but

functional infertility is not only a hormonal problem

Pregnancy, from conception to birth, in order to cope with the increased demands, requires a higher energy and circulatory (blood supply) state. Partially, this also applies to men whose sperms must possess the energy needed to overcome the many obstacles encounters on the way to the uterine tube to meet the egg of his mate. The stronger and more "lucky" sperm that can penetrate the egg must also have sufficient energy to fertilize.

Procreation requires, above all, an input of energy, blood, oxygen and nourishment higher and more responsive to the new and different metabolic demands imposed by the numerous and complex mechanisms of reproduction.

The success of procreation in the couple depends on many factors, including:

  1. The quantity, quality and free flow of energy.
  2. The quality of the microcirculation and blood flow in the structures of the reproductive organs, especially in those of women.
  3. The chrono-reproductive physiology (season, and day and time).
  4. Organic and functional integrity along the communication routes of the central and the peripheral reproductive system.
  5. The activity of the autonomic nervous system, which is responsible for the functional coordination of hormones, autoimmune processes and other complex mechanisms involved in reproduction.
  6. Life style, type of job and social skills.
  7. Personality: Sometimes it's more important to know what kind of person has that type of infertility, rather than what type of infertility that person has.

Never mind if naturally or artificially reproduction is employed, for pregnancy to take place an adequate supply of energy and blood is needed for the transport of hormones, oxygen, and for all the entire process of procreation requires.

Unfortunately not all couples, today, have energy and circulation qualities adequate to the purpose of procreation, especially after 35 years.

Not all of today's couples possess the matriarchal and patriarchal qualities necessary in order to procreate, mostly because of the modern tendency to equalize the qualities of both sexes. More and more women are choosing to work on jobs, roles and functions typical of men and vice versa. It follows that, because of the inborn physiologic neuro-plastic processes of adaptation, the women will producing more male hormones and the men more and more female hormones. This hormonal imbalance, as scientifically proven, often contributes to infertility in the couple. As the clinic experience has shown, this kind of hormonal infertility can not simply be resolved only with hormone replacement. For instance, the woman returns home in the evening from work tired, stressed, irritated and often angry. This chronic state of behaviour, is not matriarchal, causes at the same time a state of chronic consumption of energy. In addition, the subsequent hyperactivity of the autonomic nervous system induces local microcirculatory pelvic disturbance capable to interfere with the free flow of blood, oxygen, hormones, neurotransmitters, enzymes and a variety of immune-protective and nutritive substances, which are essential for an adequate performance of numerous processes involved in procreation.

As if this were not enough, other factors, such as industrial, urban, job, food, home and iatrogenic pollutions, can adversely affect fertility. Finally, as elsewhere mentioned,

there is a close relationship between infertility and immune-protective deficiency.

Thousands of women, despite being healthy and able to conceive, abort for failure to implant the embryo.

Substances with anti spermatic effect were, in fact, found in the blood many apparently infertile women considered infertile, thus demonstrating that, despite the contrary appearances, pregnancy might have not be desired.

A pregnancy may not be desired for various reasons, including:

  • Fear of complications during pregnancy and childbirth.
  • Trouble or lack of willingness to adapt to a career change, from working outside to become a housewife.
  • Becoming a mother means having to adapt to huge changes, physical, emotional and social.
  • Fear of confrontation or of failure.
  • Low self-esteem

This abnormal mechanism appears to be autoimmune in nature because of genetic incompatibility of the couple and/or because of unconscious fear of inconveniences connected with pregnancy, birth and with becoming a mother. An incompatibility can also exist between mother and foetus.
Under normal conditions, women possess an inborn special protective mechanism, which is capable of neutralizing immunological incompatibilities between mother and sperm of the partner, as well as between mother and foetus. In particular conditions, however, when these protective mechanisms fail, the women form antibodies against the phospholipidic structures of their uterus and embryo. In such cases it is difficult to avoid miscarriage.
The most feared cause of abortions for failure of embryo-implantation in the uterus is the so called "antiphospholipid antibodies syndrome (SAA) . This syndrome appears, at least in part, seems to be due to the lack of production of certain hormones and the onset of a placental vein thrombosis resulting in stasis and acid stagnation of waste products of the cellular metabolism.
Protective immune deficiency are much more common than you think and should be prevented and treated properly.

As we have seen, the causes of infertility may be multiple

The diagnostic and therapeutic strategies, employed at the Eumedica Swiss Canter of Lugano are carried out multidimensionally, individually and at different levels of the male and female reproductive system.

What kind of treatment to choose?

Reactivate the laws of nature in order to use natural hormones individually planned for us.
The scientific treatments in use today are largely confined to the administration of synthetic hormones, different from those natural, and not without side effects. But it is possible that other mechanisms, still unknown to us, are involved in the complex process of procreation. One reason more to try to activate the natural mechanisms of reproduction, rather than resorting to the artificial one.

However, The physiology of reproduction is so complex and yet so unknown that we can not exclude that other mechanisms, still unknown to us, may be involved in the complex process of procreation. At the present state of our knowledge it is unthinkable that such complex mechanisms can be controlled from the outside without making any mistakes! It's better to reactivate the natural laws of reproduction.

Does voluntary infertility exist?

Yes, according to Jean Kellerhals, professor and sociologist at the University of Geneva. It can happen, for instance when women are forced to generate a child or to give up their job and career.

Light, Consciousness and Pregnancy

As elsewhere mentioned, while some people can easily procreate, others not, especially if chronically anxious, stressed or depressed. Such people need the superior intervention of their Consciousness, need to be guided by the Light of God, as well as by our human inner Light.
Paracelsus said, "Blessed is he who does not follow the maze, but the order of the light of nature. That's the doctor and the remedy."
According to Science, the light is composed of small particles called "photons" and represents the only and true source of energy. Humans have an inborn ability to produce their own Light or consciousness according to their moral behaviours : it is sufficient one single photon to activate one hundred neurons simultaneously or to deactivate them if the Light of consciousness is missed. According to recent scientific studies, performance, including the ability to procreate, depends on the number of cerebral neurons and synapses which can simultaneously be activate, a state which can be reached when a high level of consciousness has been achieved. as many in his absence. To achieve this performance, it is necessary to follow with discipline "God-like guidelines" through an attentive and adequate behaviour in our family and society.