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Planning to have a baby? Give yourself 6-12 months to prepare

By Dr. Renata Mola

Something that I frequently wish is for patients to initiate naturopathic care at least 6 months before they plan to start actively trying to conceive. There are very few people in the modern world who are the picture of health, and the health of the parents have important implications for the health of the child.

The same way that when you're planning a garden you take care to ensure that you're buying the highest quality seed, that the soil is as healthy and nutrient-dense as possible, and that in general the conditions are optimal as possible that seed to grow into a healthy, vibrant plant, this is exactly my intention when it comes to preconception planning. So what are some of the things that I recommend to couples or individuals who are hoping to become parents in the next 1-2 years?
 

Detoxification

I cannot stress enough the importance of detoxification for both the male and female partner before they actively start trying to conceive. Throughout our lifetimes we are exposed to various chemicals including pharmaceutical drugs, recreational drugs, pesticides, alcohol, chlorinated water, air pollution, EMFs and various other damaging influences. To me it doesn't matter if you're 20 or 40 years old when you come to see me, detox is the first thing that I recommend for everyone. It's important to assess the source of toxicity in your life and remove as much of it as possible, and then detoxify the body through various means to ensure that you're as healthy as possible before getting pregnant.

 

Overall Physical Health

How is your overall physical health? Are there any current health concerns? Any chronic health issues? What was your health like as a child? What was your birth like? All of these questions are important to address and assess before conceiving. Some of the more specific things to get into here include:

  • assessing diet and ensuring that you're eating the right diet for your body, but also one that supports optimal fertility

  • running lab work including full metabolic panel, thyroid panel, Vitamin D, Vitamin B12, iron, full hormone panel, inflammation markers, and any other indicated tests

  • looking at how much, how often, and in what ways you move your body

  • what kind of water are you consuming?

  • how is your bowel health?

  • how is your sleep?

  • how is your mental and emotional health?

Choosing the right Prenatal

Not all prenatal supplements are created equal. Many people pick up the one that their MD recommends or the one that's on sale at Shopper's or Costco assuming that it's just fine, but quality matters when it comes to your prenatal vitamin. I could write an entire blog post on what to look for in a quality prenatal but here are a few key tips when finding the right one:

  • You want a prenatal that actually contains therapeutic doses of each vitamin and mineral that it contains. Some vitamins marketed as prenatal vitamins contain dosages so small that quite frankly, it won't make any therapeutic difference for you or your baby's health whether or not you're taking it.

  • It should contain the correct form of the vitamins. A great example of that is folic acid. Your prenatal should contain methylated folate, NOT folic acid. Yes, you read that correctly. Most women can't actually convert synthetic folic acid into the usable form which is methyl-folate. In other words, even though your prenatal lists folic acid as an ingredient, you may not actually be able to absorb it and utilize it if it's not in the correct form.

  • Ensure that it does not contain any fillers or additives. It's astounding to me that prenatal vitamins prescribed by doctors so often contain a whole bunch of fillers and additives which absolutely should not be in any vitamins, let alone prenatals. Some examples of fillers and harmful additives include: polysorbate 80, corn starch, BHT, shellac glaze, FD&C, lactose, mineral oil, propylene glycol, talc and titanium dioxide, soybean oil, ammonium hydroxide, Blue#2, Red#27, sodium lauryl sulfate, polyvinyl alcohol, etc.

  • Ensure that it doesn't contain unnecessary sugars like glucose, sucrose, fructose, rice syrup, corn starch, etc. There is no reason at all that a prenatal should contain any sugar.

Exploring Your Ideas of Motherhood/Fatherhood

The messages that we receive throughout our lives about parenthood are important to explore (ideally) before we become parents because they can have an impact on our journey to parenthood. We receive messages from our own parents, as well as from media and society at large. For example, having spoken to many women who hope to one day become mothers, some of the common themes that I hear over and over again include:

  • My relationship with my partner may suffer or not survive if we have kids

  • I will fall behind in my career

  • Pregnancy will take a toll on my body; birth will be painful

  • I'll never sleep again once the baby is born

  • My life (or some part of it) will be over if I have kids

  • I'm going to have to become a super mom

It's important to discuss any fears or uncertainties because sometimes these very things can energetically block our ability to conceive. Like most fears, often they turn out to be untrue upon closer examination.

Connecting to your child's Spirit

This is a part of preconception care that is very close to my heart. In many traditional cultures no one would bat an eye if you said that women are often able to connect to the spirit of their unborn child, communicate with them, and be guided by them through the process of conception, pregnancy and delivery. This is an aspect that I explore with patients who are drawn to it. To learn more about the idea of conscious conception you can read my blog post about it here.

If you're interested, I shared my conscious conception story on a podcast here.

Resources:

  1. Awakening Fertility: The Essential Art of Preparing for Pregnancy by Heng Ou

  2. Brighton Baby by Roy Dittmann

  3. Nutrition and Physical Degeneration by Weston A. Price

Dr. Renata Mola is a Naturopathic Doctor at The WOMB. Her other passion is working with parents and helping them to trust their own instincts and intuition when it comes to their child's health and wellbeing. The approach that she takes in her practice is an integrated mind-body-soul approach where she addresses not only the physical causes of illness, but the mental, emotional, and spiritual contributors as well. These latter aspects are just as important as the physical (if not more important in many cases). Dr. Renata is a also a trained homeopath, has extensive training in herbal medicine, and is also trained in Neuro Emotional Technique.

The WHYs and HOWs of preparing for your fertility journey

Have you ever considered WHY a naturopathic doctor takes such interest and care in your family's fertility journey? Have you ever considered HOW a naturopathic doctor can help with your fertility care when it seems like your doctor has it all under control? Well, ask your doctor and they'll tell you that combined care and support of your fertility takes into consideration the whole YOU as a physical, mental and emotional being, and this balanced approach can only enhance your success. 

One of the greatest challenges we have witnessed, is that there is often very little guidance provided prior to a positive pregnancy test. Often, families who are planning to conceive, are told to take prenatal vitamins and try for a few months, then return to their healthcare provider if they haven’t conceived. This frequently leads to a referral to a fertility clinic. There is lots that can be done in this in-between phase, and that is where naturopathic medicine can be a great supportive tool.

The WOMB's team of naturopathic doctors take a thorough approach to your fertility care, based on the following principles:

  • Whole Body Health: We look at all aspects of your health to identify how these can be helping, or hindering your overall fertility. Although you may come in with the main goal of conception, we look at everything from nutrition to stress and beyond.
  • Preventative Care: By looking ahead and being proactive, we can help families to understand the menstrual cycle, and to prepare for all of the stages to come for a healthy pregnancy, postpartum and baby. 
  • Individualized Care: We realize that fertility, hormones and incorporating changes are complex challenges. By creating a plan that is customized not only to your needs, but also that fits your lifestyle, can help to set you up for long term health.
  • Addressing the Root Cause: We help you dive deep into why you may be experiencing challenges, and use your history and lab testing to understand why you feel the way you do.

The goal in your care is to improve health in the pre-conception window for both partners, to reduce any potential risks and to support an uncomplicated, healthy pregnancy, birth, baby and post-partum. There are supportive options both in the planning stages of conception, and also for any point in the fertility experience. Naturopathic medicine approaches can be applied to all fertility scenarios, including addressing hormonal concerns such as PCOS, endometriosis, etc, and for all stages of fertility treatments including cycle monitoring, timed cycles, IUI & IVF.

When is it time to start making changes? Before you think...

Many of us think that the time to start making changes for a healthy baby begins with a positive pregnancy test, however, it is ideal to start making changes several months before your baby is conceived. Together with a naturopathic doctor evaluate your health before conception to optimize your fertility and prepare for a healthy pregnancy and baby. This is important for both partners, because we know that the sperm and egg take approximately 100 days to fully mature, which means the habits and choices you are making in that pre-conception 3 month time period will influence the quality and health of both the egg and sperm. For male partners, this is the time where you can have the most significant impact on your future baby’s health, and for female partners, this is a time to not only prepare for a healthy baby, but to consider how to prepare physically and emotionally for pregnancy.

Your naturopathic doctor will teach you to understand how to track fertility signs and understand the reproductive cycle to understand the timing of intercourse and to look for potential signs of imbalances to address. 

Preparing the egg and the sperm - preconception

As mentioned above, sperm and eggs take 100 days to reach full maturity, so this time prior to conception is important for optimizing egg and sperm quality. Women are born with all of their eggs, so factors throughout your life may influence egg quality, as well as simply the process of aging. We cannot change how many eggs we have, but we can influence the quality of the ones that are maturing. For men, new sperm are made every 3 months, so he can influence not only the quantity but the quality as well. 

In order to do this, look at factors that can support quality such as healthy nutrition, good quality nutrients and optimal hormone levels. Your naturopathic doctor can also help you look at factors that can negatively influence quality such as environmental stressors like heat, chemicals, etc. For some, a naturopath will also look at adding in antioxidant supports to help protect your maturing sperm and eggs from damage.

Lastly, take a look at any factors that could be a barrier to your egg and sperm such as smoking, alcohol use, chemical exposures and underlying health concerns. You'll want to make sure to give yourself the time required to make adjustments to your diet and lifestyle. 

Preparing for pregnancy

This is a time to also think about how we can optimize health, knowing that pregnancy can be an exciting, but demanding process for the body. This could include a range of factors including nutritional status, exercise, optimizing weight, starting on good quality supplements including a prenatal vitamin and doing a check-in on head to toe health. We review things like your hormones, thyroid, nutrients (iron, B12 & vitamin D), blood pressure, blood sugar, stress, energy and more. Addressing all aspects of health establishes the foundation for a healthy transition into pregnancy, post partum and parenthood.

Addressing your gastro-intestinal health

When specifically addressing nutritional and lifestyle habits, focus on the bigger picture. Include all aspects of nutrition from the quality of your food and water, macronutrients, micronutrients and caloric intake, and optimizing diet for your specific fertility based on your microbiome health, overall health status and any pre-existing conditions. For instance, in cases of complex chronic diseases such as endometriosis, your naturopathic doctor will place greater emphasis on an anti-inflammatory diet, such as the Mediterranean diet.  For patients with chronically elevated stress, your naturopath will support your parasympathetic nervous system and overall digestive system to optimize digestion, assimilation and elimination. Altogether, we believe the key to optimizing fertility begins with addressing your gastro-intestinal health as it is the window to addressing deficiencies, inflammation, stress, toxicity, and more.

Daily practices for life

Your naturopathic doctor is also going to encourage the daily practice of therapies that support your lymphatic flow and blood circulation. These therapies often include the use of adequate fluid intake, dry skin brushing to improve lymphatic flow, deep breathing, castor oil packs and most certainly, movement and exercise, among others. You'll also learn about the timing and use of these tools in addition to personalized nutritional strategies. 

The Mind-Body Connection  

Finally, in order to address the whole person, it is necessary to place great importance on the mind-body connection and the impact that fertility, pregnancy, birth and postpartum have on your mental and emotional health and vice-versa. Your naturopathic doctor will support you and provide resources to you for managing your stress levels and offer tools such as herbal medicine, meditation and acupuncture to do so (you may also be referred to a member of The WOMB's collaborative health team for support in other areas). While discussing stress, you will also identify any issues with sleep that may be negatively impacting overall hormonal health and blood sugar levels.  Understanding the impact of the negative effects of sleep deprivation on physical and mental health, you will learn about the benefits of quality and quantity sleep on overall health whether that is in the pre-conception, or perinatal periods.

With pregnancy, there are biological changes occurring in a woman’s brain in preparation for childbirth and postpartum. Fortunately, there are naturopathic sleep supportive remedies that are safe and effective in pregnancy to assist you in improving your overall sleep quality. 

There is no doubt that it is an exciting time in your life when trying to conceive and bringing a child into this world. The WOMB's naturopathic doctors are here to offer support and discuss conscious conception as well as emotional preparation for you as an expectant parent. We place equal value on emotionally preparing you and your relationship with your partner for pregnancy and the transition into parenthood as we do on physical preparation. Thus, we offer a safe space to openly discuss any anxieties, fears or concerns. We help you, as parents-to-be manage personal and cultural expectations and are here to offer solutions for any health concerns, whether they be physical, mental or emotional. 

For everyone on the fertility journey, we are here to assist you and provide guidance, support and compassionate care at any point on your journey to parenthood.

Written by The WOMB's Naturopathic Doctors, Dr. Amy Dobbie (in Milton) and Dr. Mary Peric (in Burlington).

Conscious Conception:

The Benefits of Fertility Yoga

Yoga has many known benefits for the body, but did you know that it could improve your fertility? Aside from supporting women during pregnancy and post childbirth, yoga has the capacity to increase your ability to conceive thanks to a range of benefits. Here's a closer look at why you might consider trying fertility yoga if you are trying to get pregnant.

#1 Yoga Helps You Reconnect

Mindfulness and mental clarity are certainly at the top of the list when it comes to yoga's universal benefits. However, the ability of yoga to help you reconnect with your body is extremely beneficial if you are looking to conceive. Aside from reducing your stress and anxiety, this can help you avoid the disconnect that women often experience when it is taking a longer time to conceive. Through yoga, you will learn to love, appreciate, and work with your body.

#2 Increase Blood Flow

The deep stretches and breathing techniques employed in yoga will help you to improve your blood flow and circulation throughout your entire body, helping energy flow to your reproductive organs. Most of us live a sedentary lifestyle that leads us to sitting for the majority of the day, so yoga plays a big part in helping to open up your muscles and get the blood flowing, especially to your pelvis region--an area that often becomes tense for most women who live a sedentary lifestyle.

In traditional Chinese medicine, stagnant energy ("chi") can lead to reproductive issues, so moving in a yoga session will help you to open your body's energy channels and allow all of the stagnant energy to flow freely through your body again. Physically, it will also help to open your hips and give you relief from physical tension that's hindering your circulation and movement. 

#3 Achieve Hormonal Balance

Your endocrine system is responsible for producing all sorts of different hormones, including sex and adrenal hormones. When one element of your endocrine system is out of balance, it can lead to a domino effect, impacting much more than hormonal balance within your body. Since hormonal balance is important for optimal fertility, you should focus on stabilizing your internal systems.

Lifestyle factors, including stress, can impact your hormonal balance. Fortunately, yoga can help you counteract these lifestyle factors to rebalance your system. By calming your nervous system, your cortisol (stress hormone) levels will go down, which will help you improve your body's overall health. Yoga's ability to help you process mental challenges and difficult emotions can also help reduce your stress hormones and bring an inner balance to your body.

For those wanting to learn more about fertility yoga, reach out to The WOMB. Angela Del Franco Certified Optimize Coach and Yoga professional, runs 6 weeks course on Fertility Yoga at The WOMB (The World Of My Baby) in Burlington - Tuesdays at 8pm. Visit thewomb.ca to register.

Everything You Need to Know About Endometriosis:

One of the leading causes of period pain and infertility that you’ve NEVER heard of!

March is world wide Endometriosis Awareness Month. At The WOMB, we would like to bring attention to it because it affects an estimated 176 million women worldwide, and some women don’t even know they have it!

Endometriosis is a gynecological condition that causes uterine tissue to grow outside of the uterus. The most common symptoms are significant period pain and infertility. It’s a condition we are really passionate about treating because we don’t like anything standing in the way of your fertility AND there are those of us who have it and it kind of sucks!  

How do you know if you have endometriosis? The trouble with endometriosis is that the diagnostic method is the same as the treatment method: laparoscopic surgery. Surgery is the standard way to visualize the uterine tissue growths, aka “endometriomas”, and to remove these growths. However, we prefer to diagnose and treat endometriosis based on symptoms alone. You may have endometriosis if you experience the following:

• Chronic period pains in your back, pelvis, and/or legs 
• Pain before and after your period 
• Period pain that developed in your 20s 
• Pain during sex and/or going to the bathroom 
• Ovulatory pain 
• Heavy periods or mid-cycle bleeding 
• A family member with endometriosis (in fact you’re 7x more likely to have it if your mother or sister has it). My mom had it, so I always knew it was coming for me! 

What’s the best way to treat endometriosis? Sadly, there is no known cure for endometriosis besides menopause. The recommended western treatment is laparoscopic surgery and suppressive hormones, but the endometriomas will grow back eventually. It’s unfortunately not the best solution; it’s a race against the clock. Luckily, there’s tons of support at The WOMB for endometriosis. Naturopathic medicine, acupuncture, pelvic health physiotherapy, and osteopathy have all proven to help manage endometriosis and improve your quality of life with the condition!  Here are some of the therapies that can change your life with endo:

• Naturopathic medicine: herbs and supplements for the prevention and management of endometriosis• Acupuncture: pain relief, heavy bleeding reduction, cycle regulation 
• Pelvic health physiotherapy: decrease pelvic floor tension and muscle spasms
• Osteopathy: reduce adhesions and scar formation 

Diet and lifestyle changes also make all the difference. Many of our patients have experienced reduced pain on a gluten and dairy free diet, and all of our patients feel better with daily exercise. I love exercising, but I have to admit I do love some gluten every now and then! Foundations of health like adequate sleep and stress management also play a role in the severity of endometriosis. I notice my pain is much worse when I’m stressed and going to bed too late. Your overall physical and mental health always matter. 

Now let’s get to the good stuff. Our favourite three recommendations for endometriosis!

My Top 3 EASY Endometriosis Tips: Tried and true by Dr. Caleigh

  1. 1. N-Acetyl-Cysteine: It’s just an amino acid. Women with endometriosis treated with NAC showed a statistically significant reduction in the growth of endometriomas compared to placebo, leading to early cancellation of surgery! 
  2. 2. The “end-endo-pain” trail mix: All you need is dark chocolate, almonds, and walnuts. The combination is the ultimate anti-inflammatory and antioxidant snack (and it’s super tasty too!) 
  3. 3. Castor oil: When applied over the uterus, it can increase blood flow and activate your parasympathetic nervous system (your resting and relaxing nerves) to calm uterine and bowel spasms. Massage a tablespoon over your uterus before bedtime. 

Endometriosis can be an isolating condition, but you are not alone. I am with you and so are 175 million other brave women all over the world! If the symptoms we’ve listed above resonate with you, book an appointment  to start getting to the bottom of your pain. You are your biggest advocate; spread the word about endometriosis so that all women can receive better care and timely diagnosis! 

Written by Dr. Caleigh Sumner

References

Porpora, M. G., Brunelli, R., Costa, G., Imperiale, L., Krasnowska, E. K., Lundeberg, T., ... & Parasassi, T. (2013). A promise in the treatment of endometriosis: an observational cohort study on ovarian endometrioma reduction by N-acetylcysteine. Evidence-based Complementary and Alternative Medicine, 2013.

Goodman, L. R., & Franasiak, J. M. (2018). Efforts to redefine endometriosis prevalence in low risk patients. BJOG: An International Journal of Obstetrics & Gynaecology.

Lund, I., & Lundeberg, T. (2016). Is acupuncture effective in the treatment of pain in endometriosis?. Journal of pain research, 9, 157. Sillem, M., Juhasz-Böss, I., Klausmeier, I., Mechsner, S., Siedentopf, F., & Solomayer, E. (2016). Osteopathy for endometriosis and chronic pelvic pain–a pilot study. Geburtshilfe und Frauenheilkunde, 76(9), 960.

Struggling with Infertility

By Nikki Bergen, Creator of The Belle Method, and friend of The WOMB

An inspirational trainer and creative educator with a passion for encouraging women to lead happier, healthier lives, Nikki Bergen is one of Canada’s most sought after health and fitness experts. This is her story about her struggles with infertility.

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 This might be the most personal I’ve ever gotten online. See, I’m supposed to be the one inspiring others with health and wellness – sharing pictures of perfect kale smoothies and video tips on how to get strong flat abs. I never imagined I’d be posting Instagram selfies in pre-surgery hospital scrubs and a video interview with a psychologist about my very real struggles with infertility.

But here we are.

The fact is, no matter how much acupuncture you do, or how pristine your paleo/gluten/dairy-free organic diet is, or how many Naturopath recommended supplements you take – infertility still happens. Miscarriages still happen.

There should be NO shame in this. But it still exists. Women often don’t openly share their struggles precisely because of this outrageous notion that they’ve done something wrong to deserve it – that they are somehow inadequate. Shame around this topic breeds silence, and silence is so, so isolating for the 1 in 8 couples experiencing infertility.

The fact is, women’s bodies bear the double burden of invasive medical interventions and society’s judgement when it comes to miscarriages and infertility, regardless of the cause. I’m sharing my story to let other women know they are not alone. We are stronger together. There is no more room for shame in this conversation of infertility.

Here's part 1 of my conversation with Dr. Stacy Thomas .

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"Unexplained Infertility" Explained!

“Unexplained Infertility” Explained! 

By Dr. Sinead Dufour, Pelvic Health Physiotherapist and Mom to two amazing kids

In viewing a recent “Health Matters” segment where my amazing colleague Dr. Erica Robinson was interviewed regarding ways to improve fertility,  it occurred to me that she, myself and the rest of our expert team at the World of my Baby (WOMB) are addressing aspects of fertility every day that are often categorized as “unexplained infertility”. 

As someone who has been personally impacted by this frustrating label, I wanted to share both my personal story with infertility and shed some light on some key features of fertility that have very clear expectations, provided you go to the right source.  

In the months before I turned thirty my husband I decided it was time to grow our family, we had been married for almost three years, were very much in love and both wanted children.  It was time!  It soon became apparent that it wasn’t time after all.  Month after month there was so sign of conception and the “baby making” that had once been fun and exciting became mechanical, draining and at times bordered on unpleasant. This devastated me.  My whole life I held a philosophy that hard work and following the rules garnered thedesired results.  My whole foundation was shattered. 

 

Finally, about a year and a half after “trying” I succumbed to the realization that I needed help.  I had heard fabulous reviews of a reproductive endocrinologist (aka fertility specialist) who was practicing within 15 minutes of where I lived.  I finally got the nerve to call and make the appointment only to be told that there was a five month wait list.  More frustration.  For anyone who has been through the agonizing process and grief associated with not being able to conceive, you can appreciate that “waiting” becomes the Bain of your existence.  You wait until ovulation is approaching, you wait until you can do an accurate pregnancy test, you see the dreaded single line on the test and the waiting starts all over again.  

 

I will say that when I did meet this doctor the wait was worth it.  I adored her and within 7 months of being in her care I was pregnant.  However, there is more to the story with respect to the “unexplained infertility” piece and this is important for women to understand so please keep reading. 

 

Through all my diagnostic work up with my fertility doctor my husband was diagnosed as possibility having low sperm count, maybe? It was never clear on that end.  I was diagnosed as simply having anovulatory cycles.  So, even though my periods were regular I didn’t consistently ovulate.  The fix?  Clomid.  On my first treatment round, lowest dose, I had a “fabulous response” two fully mature eggs, “the response to treatment could not have been better”.  Wow, I thought, this fertility help is pretty easy, why on earth did I wait so long to sign up?  I am sure you can guess that I did not conceive that month.  Furthermore, I will also say having a nurse call you to inform you of a negative pregnancy result in many ways is worse than seeing the single line on your own self-administered test.  More waiting. 

 

My treatments went like this for 4 more cycles using two medications…great response, no pregnancy.  Finally the nurse at the fertility clinic said to me “there are so many people like you who just have unexplained infertility”.    Unexplained? As a health care provider and researcher (I was half way through my PhD as this point in my life), that answer or reason or whatever you want to call it was simply not good enough.  Unexplained by who? Unexplained by what?  The answer is – unexplained by the allopathic medical model.

 

So, I sought out a naturopathic doctor in town who had a great reputation.  When I met her and she reviewed my history and “explained” a number of reasons why I would likely be having difficulty conceiving.  Estrogen dominance, elevated cortisol levels and luteal phase deficiencies were all aspects of fertility that she discussed with me and she had various options in how we could address those issues.  She “explained” that a system that is nutritionally and hormonally out of balance is less receptive to conception.  I took a two-month breath from my fertility medication to work on restoring the capacity in my system through my NDs advice.  However, I still didn’t get pregnant. 

 

After two months of no fertility treatment I decided to combine the insights of my two doctors (MD and ND) and this is when the magic happened – I found out I was pregnant that month…hallelujah!!  It gets better…a few weeks later I found out twins were on the way…truly amazing! 

 

This whole process in addition to some issues I experienced after having twins, steered me to become specialized in Women’s Health in my clinical practice.  So now, together with my team at The WOMB, I help women who have “unexplained infertility” to conceive and it is the most rewarding part of my practice.  Many conditions that cause pelvic pain, such as endometriosis, interstitial cystitis and pelvic congestion syndrome have also been connected to infertility and the synchronized intervention by physicians and physiotherapists is becoming increasingly more necessary for successful outcomes.  I use a combination of evidence-based manual therapies, neuro-modulation techniques and exercise prescription to optimizing the health of the pelvic region for enhanced receptivity for conception.  

Women need to help women.  Please, if someone you know has been told they have “unexplained infertility”.  Please send them to www.thewomb.ca where they can get help and learn how a variety or professionals can assist with conception – “unexplained infertility”finally explained.  


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