7 Critical factors that is influencing your fertility
A natural approach and walk through of how to increase fertility
Tick-tock, tick-tock – Do you hear your biological clock?
Suddenly seeing babies everywhere and wondering when your turn will come?
Yes right, if you hear another person say “Just, relax it will happen …”, you might just give them a high five … to the forehead with a chair.
You’ve calculated ovulation times and have a ritual of what will happen that day, even though it might feel like a chore right now. Your husband is also slowly losing his sense of humor and you can feel there is tension building up between the two of you.
Wondering how one pill has not been invented yet to make you pregnant instantly.
Your hormones works like a symphony and needs to be in tune.
Understanding your hormones = increasing chance of conception.
What is the actual reason for not falling pregnant? This is key.
An individual approach focusing on the physical body and emotional side is key to falling pregnant.
These days it takes more than just the egg and sperm story to fall pregnant. We are bombarded with foreign chemicals, added stress of our daily lives and imbalances that occur to our bodies due to our modern diets. All of these significantly impact our changes.
With all your research you have done you might now end up with a hand full of supplements. Are you sure all of those are needed and not doing harm to your body?
Diet is another critical component to fertility. Food choices are affecting your fertility everyday.
PROUD MOM OF 4 – NATURALLY – Case study
A patient who have been trying to conceive for 2 years with numerous fertility treatments and laparoscopes for endometriosis stage 4 came to see me. She had a number of imbalances in her body as well as a candida overgrowth – no wonder it was so hard to get pregnant.
She followed a wholesome diet with warming foods, and followed a more holistic approach to fertility. Part of this was a lifestyle change involving yoga and meditation to deal with her work stress.
She fell pregnant 10 months later. Today, at the age of 42 and 8 years later, she is the proud mom of 4 children.
This step-by-step guide
Let’s you understand your symphony of hormones easily
A step-by-step approach will make this journey easier and clearer of what you need to focus on to improve your chances
Handy checklists to make sure you don’t miss anything.
I have been in a Functional Medicine Holistic practice for over 20 years helping patients to fall pregnant. I understand treating the cause is of utmost importance.
I have observed that patients who follow a multi approach increase their chances of falling pregnant. This includes diet, supplements, herbal medicine and addressing the emotional side. I use a combination of Functional Medicine, Chinese medicine, Homoeopathy, supplementation and diet to achieve this. All the different modes of treatments has been systematically address in this course.
Dreaming of holding your baby in your and receiving cuddles and hugs is my dream for you.
This guide is for you if:
You want to understand how your hormones works, and what steps to follow to increase your fertility.
This program has been designed from a natural point of view taking into consideration Homoeopathy, Chinese Medicine and Functional Medicine.
If you have just started on the journey of fertility and would like to increase your chances falling pregnant.
Understanding how functional medicine tests can give you more insight into your fertility.
You want to learn more about how complementary therapies can improve your fertility.
If you have been around the block but are still not falling pregnant – a whole chapter is dedicated to unexplained fertility and specialised testing that your gynae most likely do not even know about.
Knowing which supplements is right for you specifically.
Other interesting facts about falling pregnant that gets discussed in this guide
Research has shown that the correct weight have a four fold increase chance to fall pregnant.
According to Chinese Medicine the flow and the colour of your cycle gives great insight into your fertility.
Women who checked their cervical mucus consistently were 2.3 times more likely to get pregnant over a six-month period. The key is to know when to check.
The average success rate of IVF procedures is around 40 percent for women under 35 (it gets worse as you get older), and the rate fluctuates wildly from clinic to clinic because their protocols are all slightly different
How and when will you get the guide?
The program is in a downloadable format. You will receive a confirmation email once you have subscribed.
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