Demystifying Infertility

Demystifying Infertility

by Vanita Dahia

Empower Your Fertility Journey: Unveiling the Fertile Window & Infertility Awareness.

See infertility in a new light to reveal a woman’s fertile window with a comprehensive look at infertility awareness.

Struggling to Conceive?

More women are experiencing difficulty in becoming pregnant especially when taking oral contraceptives for prolonged periods and choosing to have babies later in life. Statistics show that 1 in 5 women will have trouble getting pregnant.

Fertility testing provides valuable information. Ovulation predictor kits (OPKs) help pinpoint your fertile window, while basal body temperature (BBT) tracking can reveal ovulation patterns. Identifying hormone levels, which sample to measure them in, active hormones vs protein bound hormones, how hormones are metabolised and methylated in the body, and why these hormone changes contribute to irregularities in a woman’s cycle which leads to infertility.

Natural fertility management is a holistic approach. Alongside hormones, herbs and testing, prioritize a healthy lifestyle with a balanced diet, regular exercise, and stress management techniques. This combination can empower you on your journey towards a healthy pregnancy.

Phyto therapy in the fertility journey

Certain herbs have long been used for centuries to support hormonal balance and reproductive health. Vitex Agnus castus, for example, is thought to regulate ovulation cycles, while red raspberry leaf is believed to tone the uterus in preparation for pregnancy. It’s important to consult a healthcare professional before starting any herbal regimen, as some herbs can interact with medications or have side effects, and herbs can be specifically tailored to improve ovarian reserve in a woman or spermatogenesis in a man.

Infertility can be a stressful and emotionally challenging experience for couples. Keeping the adrenals in check together with supporting nutrients is essential in preconception.

Test for Female Hormones – PMS, Menopause, PCOS, Endometriosis, Fertility

Hormones can be measured in blood, saliva or urine samples. It is important to establish which sample to test, when in the cycle to test and not forgetting to measure in both male and female.

Educational Webinar

Demystifying Infertility

See infertility in a new light to reveal a woman’s fertile window with a comprehensive look at infertility awareness.

In this webinar, you will learn:

  • The reason fertility wanes
  • Metabolic syndrome and its link to infertility
  • The importance of folic acid and methylation
  • Understanding sex hormones and their role in conception
  • How genetics can influence fertility
  • Advances and resources in management
  • How to naturally optimise chances of falling pregnant
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