Natural IVF Alternative
Most women fall pregnant within 4 months

 

 

 
 

By Nick Dale

Restoring Natural Fertility

pregnant lady"I truly believe that if it wasn't for your treatment this wonderful joy would never have been afforded to us. I can not thank you enough."

Effective ∙ Low Cost ∙ 80% Succesful

Many women come to me having had unsuccessful rounds of IVF where the underlying cause of the infertility has been bypassed and pregnancies not taken. This can become expensive, time consuming and heart wrenching for many women.

If a pregnancy is not happening naturally this is an indicator of the body telling us that something needs to be fixed first.

Common Questions

Finding out real answers is a vital step in resolving fertility issues. Here are just some of the questions that many of my clients have:
  • What is the cause of me not falling pregnant?
  • How can I minimize the chances of miscarrying?
  • Is my age a problem?
  • How long is the treatment?
  • What is the success rate?
  • Will it work for me?
  • How demanding is the treatment on us?
  • Do we both have to do the program?
  • How does this fit with IVF or IUI?

Underlying Cause

Addressing and correcting the underlying cause of infertility problems is absolutely key so that conception can occur and be sustained and also to promote a healthy pregnancy for mother and child.

What is very clear to me is that my clients quite rightly want confidence that their time and energy is going to be well spent by investing in this natural fertility program.

Everyone that comes to me will have their own unique situation, but there are some common underlying themes which regularly present in cases of infertility.

Treatment lengths will vary depending on the underlying cause, but will usually be approximately 1-5 months. I apply nutritional, herbal and homeopathic medicine, depending on each person's particular requirements and also draw on the research by homeopath and fertility specialist Liz Lalor, who has achieved a success rate of over 80%, and also on research by fertility specialist and Naturopath Francesca Naish who has specialized in this area for 30 years.

What You Can Do to Enhance Fertility

A healthy body is a fertile body

Preconception healthcare is vitally important even for those not experiencing fertility problems to ensure that you are in the best health and that your pregnancy and labour are as healthy and successful as possible.

To achieve this involves dietary steps and nutritional support and where indicated remedies to rebalance the body and address specific underlying factors contributing to fertility problems.

For women the following areas can be addressed if needed:

  • Regulating ovulation
  • Hormonal rebalancing
  • Improving uterine health
  • Addressing the quality and quantity of fertile mucus
  • Undo the effects of the oral contraceptive pill
  • Clearing of yeast overgrowth and thrush
  • Clear blocked fallopian tubes
  • Correct nutritional deficiencies
  • Address the person's overall wellbeing, such as energy and vitality, as well as other presenting issues
  • Make lifestyle and dietary changes

For men the following areas can be addressed if needed:

  • Improving sperm count
  • Improving sperm motility
  • Improving health and quality of sperm
  • Correcting nutritional deficiencies
  • Making lifestyle and dietary changes
  • Another important factor is a well timed conception, where old eggs and sperms are avoided so that you are conceiving at the optimum time in your cycle.

Factors Affecting Fertility

The quality of the food we are exposed to today, the water we drink, stress, exposure to alcohol, drugs and tobacco, as well as other chemicals, medications and the contraceptive pill, are all things that have fundamentally affected our fertility.

The average age of conception is also higher. All these factors individually can affect fertility, reproductive and general health, and when several are present the affects are more pronounced.

In Australia today there are one in six couples that are now categorized as infertile.

The world we live in today is very different to that of our ancestors, when fertility was something that was taken for granted very much more.

Tracking Your Cycle

At your consultation you will be given a fertility pack with a dietary guide, charting sheets and information on how to track your cycle, which is useful in helping to isolate any potential areas to be addressed.

Call 0412 596789 or 08 9397 9124
to find out more

 
 


Better Health | Better Life

 

Tel: (08) 9397 9124
Mobile: 0412 596789
nd@perth-naturopath.com

Call today and find out how this natural fertility program can work for you

Recent Feedback

Hello Nick,

Well our little boy is nearly 5 weeks old. We are so grateful to your knowledge about boosting our natural fertility. We really were not sure if we could have children as we were trying for a number of years, and now we have our little miracle.

Thankyou for being so accomodating especially as we were living in Port Hedland, and so approachable so I felt comfortable phoning when I had questions, and you know I have recommended you to many people.

We are now living in Busselton, we've bought a home and look forward to the wonderful family lifestyle in this beautiful place.

...At 10.30pm on Monday 26th September 2011, our little Max was born, a healthy 3.8kg, 51cm tall, 7 and later 8 on the apgar tests. After a little struggle in the first week home, Max is now sleeping and feeding very well.

We feel great joy from having
this special baby in our family, and will always remember you
for teaching us how to improve our health, so that we could conceive naturally. thanking
you again,

CJM, Busselton

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

   

Nick Dale, Naturopath Perth and surrounding areas
4 Collier Road, Morley, WA 6062
Tel: (08) 9397 9124, Mobile: 0412 596789, nd@perth-naturopath.com

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