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Oh Baby! We’re Covering Fertility With A Naturopath

Dr. Laura Fertility

Starting a family is an exciting decision, but it can sometimes feel overwhelming and even scary at first. If you are thinking about getting pregnant, there are some basic things you should know about fertility before you embark on your journey.

Learn how to prepare your body from Dr. Laura Belus, Naturopathic Doctor.

Fertility Basics: What You Need to Know Before Conception

Fertility Myths Debunked By A Naturopathic Doctor

When it comes to fertility, there are a lot of myths and misconceptions out there. Here are 3 common fertility myths debunked by Dr. Laura, so you can focus on the facts.

Myth #1 – Women can’t get pregnant past 40 years of age. 

While a woman’s age is an important factor that can affect fertility, it is important to note that women can still get pregnant past 40 years of age. Women do start to see a decrease in their egg quality around age 35, but that doesn’t mean that they can’t get pregnant. It just means they need to really pay attention, and get their body to optimum health from age 35 and on.

Myth #2 – Stress doesn’t matter when trying to conceive.

There is a myth that stress doesn’t matter when trying to conceive, but it certainly does. The more stressed you are, the more cortisol (stress hormone) you produce. If cortisol levels are elevated in the body, it lowers progesterone levels. Progesterone is a key hormone for not only getting pregnant, but staying pregnant. So elevated stress levels may be to blame for recurrent miscarriages, or for those struggling to conceive.

It’s important to try and reduce stress in any way you can throughout the day. Even small changes can help, like starting your day with a healthy smoothie, waking up early to quietly breathe and relax, taking a quick walk at lunch, or ending the day with a bath. It’s really about taking some time to make yourself a priority.

Myth #3 – Men’s health isn’t important when it comes to fertility.

Men’s health is just as important as women’s health when it comes to fertility. So men should also be taking a multivitamin, managing their stress, and avoiding any laptop use on their lap. Getting pregnant is a joint venture, it takes two!

Infertility & Natural Support: How to Improve Your Chances of Conceiving

Struggling with infertility? You’re not alone. About 1 in 6 Canadian couples experience infertility. The medical definition of infertility is if you’ve tried to conceive for about 12 months (without contraception) without any success.
Fortunately, there are some natural support options available to help boost fertility. Watch to learn what products Dr. Laura recommends.

Natural Support Options for Infertility:

If you are having difficulties conceiving, it is best to work closely with your primary health care provider to try and uncover any underlying health problems that may be causing your infertility.

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This article is for educational purposes only and is not intended to diagnose, treat, cure or prevent diseases. We cannot provide medical advice or specific advice on products related to treatments of a disease or illness. You must consult with your professional health care provider before starting any diet, exercise or supplementation program, and before taking, varying the dosage of or ceasing to take any medication.

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