Unexplained infertility is when a couple fails to conceive following one year of unprotected intercourse and when all infertility tests show no abnormalities.

Unexplained infertility is very frustrating. Affected couples often go through numerous invasive and painful procedures. But the truth is that many of these couples have normal fertility, just taking longer to conceive. It is called sub-fertility and the purpose of therapy is to shorten the time of conception.

Of course, you can start on fertility drugs, intrauterine insemination or injectable drugs but they all have so many side effects and can be even dangerous for your health.

In the last 5 years research have found that stress is a major reason for people‘s inability to conceive especially if their medical tests are normal. Stress influences hormonal and endocrine function, tightened the internal muscles (in the pelvis and around the uterus) and stimulate sympathetic nervous system (the fight and flight response system).

Over 80% of couples with unexplained infertility eventually conceive if they find a way to relax properly. Just going for a holiday is often not enough relaxation to be able to conceive. It has to be something more serious than just a holiday.
Special yoga postures can be a great alternative for people who trying to get pregnant but can’t due to unexplained infertility.

Here are some for you.

1. Butterfly Pose.
Sit on a blanket with the heels and soles of your feet together. Pull your feet in toward your body so that they are comfortable close. Rest your hands on the top of your feet. Close your eyes and focus on the organs inside your pelvis. Feel the blood flow inside the pelvis and gradually relax the pelvis internal muscles.

2. Squat Pose.
Stand with your feet comfortably apart, placing your hands on your thighs for support. Bend your knees and slowly lower your buttocks down towards the floor. Clasp your palms and fingers together in front of your heart. Place elbows between knees and use your elbows to spread your knees apart.

3. Pigeon pose.
Kneel down supporting yourself with your forearms. Crawl your right knee forward between your hands and slide your right heel toward your left hip. Extend your left leg back behind you, keeping the top of your foot and knee facing the floor. Repeat the pose on the other side.

4. Simple twist.
Sit on a blanket with your legs crossed in front of you. Place your right hand behind you on your blanket with the base of your palm by your buttocks. Press into your palm and lengthen your spine. Reach your left hand across your body and rest it on your right knee. Inhale deeply. As you release your breath, begin twisting your torso to the right beginning with your waist. Continue twisting through your chest, shoulder, heck, and chin. Take another deep breath and try to twist a little father.

5. Pelvic tilt.
Lie back on your blanket with your feet on the floor and your knees pointing towards the ceiling. Lengthen your neck and allow your shoulders to soften. Your arms rest at your sides. Lift your buttocks off the floor as high as you can, pressing your pubic bone towards the ceiling. Take a few long, slow breaths.
Then begin to lower your spine, releasing one vertebra at a time until your buttocks are resting comfortably on the floor. Repeat the movement 5 times.

These 5 yoga poses can have significant effects on your ability to conceive and bear a healthy child because they play a major role in evoking a deep internal relaxation. The kind of relaxation which is necessary for people who suffer from unexplained infertility.

It is always wise to practise different things and dismiss nothing if you truly what to have a child but can’t. So practise the above exercises and you just never know what will happen. To read more about how to become pregnant in case of unexplained infertility go to http://www.YouCanOvercomeInfertility.com

Author's Bio: 

Dr Irina Webster MD is a director of Women Health Program. To read more about becoming pregnant in case of unexplained infertility go to http://www.YouCanOvercomeInfertility.com