There is an increasing number of infertility problems that effect both male and female reproductive systems especially in hi-tech developed countries. To improve your chances of fertility is is always best to have your house professionally surveyed for both geopathic and electromagnetic influences. Click on Home Surveys on my Home Page for details of a survey and cost.

Fertility problems are probably the most common reason for anyone between the ages of 20 and 45 seeking medical advice in this country. Absolute infertility, or sterility, with no chance of natural conception is very rare. It occurs only if, for example, the man is not producing sperm, the women has had a premature menopause and has no eggs remaining in her ovaries, or both of the women's fallopian tubes are blocked. These problems can often be overcome by various fertility treatments. In couples who are fertile, 50 % will have conceived by 3 months, 75 by six months and 90% by 12 months. A women's natural fertility starts to reduce from her late 20's  - slowly at first, more rapidly after the age of 35 and very sharply after the age of 40. This is mainly the result of the reduction in the quality of eggs remaining in her ovaries. A number of lifestyle factors and past or current medical problems may also reduce your chances of becoming pregnant. The main life style factors to consider are smoking, alcohol and diet. Substances in cigarette smoke are toxic to eggs and sperm and to the developing embryo in pregnancy - smokers take about 30% longer to achieve a pregnancy. Heavy alcohol consumption can affect important hormone levels in both men and women. It is sensible to cut out all alcohol consumption whilst you are trying for a pregnancy or at least restrict your alcohol consumption to less that 6 units per week.


          Cause  Women Percentage     

           Ovulation failure                                                                                              20

           Fallopian tube damage                                                                                   15

           Scarring from endometriosis                                                                          6

           Cervical mucus problems                                                                                3


         Cause Men

          Poor sperm function / low sperm count                                                  25

          Failure of sperm production/ release                                                         2


         Both Partners

         Unexplained infertility                                                                                   28

         Problems with intercourse                                                                              6

         Miscellaneous other causes                                                                          11

                                                                                                          Total:            116


         The total adds up to more than 100% because 16 % of couples have more than one cause of infertility.


As you can see from the above table the most common cause is Unexplained Infertility. Overwhelmingly, experts agree that this is probably contributable to an environmental problem. The environmental survey that I carryout in homes addresses this problem in terms of geopathic and electromagnetic pollution.

Recent developments have evidenced both electromagnetic and geopathic stress  to the growing problem of infertility and miscarriage.  Fortunately this link (geopathic & electromagnetic energy; includes microwave energy) can now be identified and adequately dealt with in your home. The end product recreates a living environment more natural and conducive to better health and a healthy pregnancy.

Over the last two decades, there has been a significant rise in the number of couples experiencing fertility problems:

• Sperm counts have dropped by 50 per cent in the last ten years.’
• Men are showing an increasing number of sperm abnormalities.
• A quarter of all couples planning a baby have trouble conceiving.
• It is not uncommon for a couple without any fertility problems to take two to three years to conceive.
• One in four women miscarry. Some experience repeated miscarriages as often as ten times.

More and more couples are turning to fertility treatments to enable them to have a family. Of the couples who seek medical help 30 per cent are told they have ‘unexplained infertility’ for which the doctors can offer no treatment as they do not know the cause though many suspect an environmental issue.

Over the last 20 years, Foresight has pioneered an approach to fertility that looks at the fundamentals of health, including lifestyle, diet, pollutants, infections and environmental and occupational hazards and gives an unprecedented 80 per cent success rate. Researchers from the University of Surrey followed the progress of 367 couples over a period of three years (1990—3). The women were aged between 22 and 45, and the men were aged 25 to 59. In all, 37 per cent of the couples had a history of infertility, and 38 per cent had experienced between one and five miscarriages (others had had other problems, including still births, malformations and low birthright babies). Many of the couples were older, coming to the trial as a last resort.
By the end of the three-year trial, 89 per cent (327 of the couples) had given birth. Out of those couples with a previous history of infertility, 81 per cent conceived and had babies. Out of those who had experienced a previous miscarriage, 83 per cent had a baby within the three years of the study, without experiencing another miscarriage.

What The Research Reveals

 Women who spend more than 20 hours a week in front of VDU screens had twice as many miscarriages as non VDU workers.
(Goldhaber M. K et al, American Journal of Industrial Medicine, vol 13 (1988), pp. 695 – 706.)

Dr. Imre Fejes of Szeged University Hungary is one of the lead researchers in the study of human reproduction and embryology who studied a group of 221 men over a 13 month period. Sperm from very active users of mobile phones was compared with that of non users. The results showed that men who carried a phone with them on stand-by throughout the day had significantly lowered sperm concentration. There counts averaged at 59.11 million per millilitre of seminal fluid compared with 82.97 million not continually exposed to mobile phone radiation. Men who made lengthy calls had fewer rapidly motile sperm – 36.3 percent compared with 51.3 percent for men who made no calls. It is believed that mobile phone could be the main contributory factor in the falling rates of male fertility. Sperm counts among British men have fallen by 29 percent over the past decade which has shown the largest increase in the use of mobile phones. More worrying is that I increasingly find that mobile phone microwave energy is now only a small part of a whole orchestration of microwave energy enabled devices that are increasingly finding their way into our house holds.
We know from biology and physics that the human body acts as a half wave dipole antenna. Electromagnetic radiation which includes microwave energy and Earth radiation consist of energy flux and therefore energy is conveyed into the tissues of the body itself. Some of this energy passes straight through (the magnetic field) and some is absorbed depending on the frequency setting up eddy currents as it passes through. This energy will effect people in different ways according to how electro sensitive they are and their differences in height, weight, bone structure, and body fat.

As you are no doubt aware infertility is a multifunctional problem and therefore best dealt with by a multi-agency approach. Many of the best practitioners and advice agencies do adopt a more holistic approach and deal with the issues of nutrition, alcohol abuse, smoking, toxic chemicals, infections, allergies and stress. Unfortunately, with the exception of 'Foresight'  little or no concern is given to the problems of electro and geopathic stress. I believe electromagnetic and geopathic stress is  one of the most important factors that can affect the process of mitosis that leads to healthy cell growth in a developing pregnancy.

Foresight a registered charity that helps couples with infertility problems:
Foresight has pioneered an approach to fertility that looks at the fundamentals of health care including lifestyle, diet, pollutants and environmental hazards such as electromagnetic and geopathic energies. They have an unprecedented 80% success rate. 'Foresight' is a charitable organization based in England who have put together a thoroughly researched preconception program, which identifies and addresses various areas of concern in the health of prospective parents.
[See their web site:  Their objective is to optimise the health of both perspective parents well before conception occurs so that a pregnancy can be started with a normal, strong sperm and ova in a healthy uterus with no danger of damage, nutritional deficiency, toxins or other environmental hazards such as high electromagnetic fields (EMF's) or geopathic stress.
A recent report by the California Public Utilities Commission following a four year review of research into the health effects of EMF's from power lines, wiring in buildings and some occupations, concluded that exposure can cause some degree of increased risk in childhood leukaemia, adult brain cancer, Lou Gehreg's Disease (a motor neuron disease) and miscarriage. The report refers to a  5 - 10% risk of miscarriage from exposure to high EMF's. However, there is no overall scientific consensus that proximity to power lines of high domestic EMF's cause a greater risk. One of the main reasons for this is that it  is sometimes difficult to replicate such experiments in other laboratories. The reason being;  virtually none of them allow for local anomalies in the earth's static geomagnetic field, or AC electric and pulsed magnetic fields particular to the experimental site, which is bound to influence results. However, the overall picture and evidence particularly in respect to cell disruption and fetal abnormalities should seriously prompt  couples having difficulties to produce a healthy pregnancy  to be weary not only of geomagnetic abnormalities caused from iron bed frames and mattress springs, but also how high the EMF's are around the sleeping area.
This is one of the reasons 'Foresight' recommends perspective parents to have their houses surveyed for signs of geopathic stress and high EMF's. [See their promotion video, 'Preparing for a Health Pregnancy'.]
Also an important new study reported in the Lancet recently found that a 100 women who went on to suffer a miscarriage had considerably lower levels of an immune system protein called macrophage inhibitory cytokines in their blood then 200 who delivered normally. It is well known that sleeping in a geopathically disturbed area whether from electromagnetic fields, earth energy lines or disturbances in the earth's geomagnetic field can lower the effect of the body's immune system.

One of the most influential scientists dealing with the biological affects of electromagnetic and microwave energy is Dr. Robert O. Becker, M.D. author of  'The Body Electric' and 'Cross Currents'. It is interesting that he believes that the most vulnerable cells to electromagnetic influences are those in the process of active cell division (mitosis) which have been observed to produce abnormal chromosomes. (page 243 'Cross Currents')

Mobile Phone Radiation and Fertility

The other issue to have received a large amount of media attention recently is a possible link between mobile phone usage and male infertility. The 5 papers we have on our database found statistically significant effects on fertility from heavy mobile phone usage[Agarwal Sept 2008, Baste 2008, Agarwal Jan 2008, Erogul 2006, Fejes 2005, Grajewski 2000]. Lennart Hardell published a paper in 2007 looking at phone use and testicular cancer, where an association was not found[Hardell April 2007].


Dr. Ulrike Banis, MD, ND

Germany’s Most Successful Fertility Clinic: Case Study

From 1996 to 1998 1 saw 15 women who had been diagnosed with infertility, and had been treated elsewhere for I to 4 years. Eight of them (53,3%) had already had some kind of surgery to improve their fertility, including one or more IVE (in-vitro-fertilization), all without success.


Therefore, I only checked these women with conventional methods, such as blood checks concerning diabetes, thyroid hormones, hormonal balance, Pap smears etc.

in all cases the results were normal — but the women couldn’t become pregnant.


From natural healers I had learnt that there’ s a strong influence of geopathic stress zones — like water-runs, cracks or gaps— on the fertility of both animals and humans.


This is why I added a dowser’s examination to my regime.

The dowser went home to the women, examined the bedroom and recommended to move the bed to a different spot within the bedroom that he found to be undisturbed by these influences.

After moving the beds I saw the women again to discuss with them the dowsers’ sketches. Here are the results of my work compared to the results of several hospitals for reproduction medicine — using IVF or homeopathy:


From the women in my clinic 9 had been diagnosed with primary infertility (60%),

The other 6 women were the ones with secondary infertility (40%).

In the primary infertility group 3 out of 9 became pregnant (33,3%),

In the secondary infertility group 5 out of 6 became pregnant (83,3%)


I want to discuss these results with everyone who works in the field of gynecology and obstetrics, because moving women away from a geopathic stress zone is simple, it’ s cheap, and as the chart shows, highly effective — even without any other treatment. Considering geopathic stress to be a harming factor for fertility can save time, money and help prevent emotional trauma in many cases.