The program is suitable for those dealing with unexplained infertility, irregular cycles, absence of a menstrual cycle, PCOS, endometriosis, poor egg quality, erectile dysfunction and poor sperm health.
Infertility is one of the most difficult health issues people can experience. According to ACCESS, an Australian organization for those who are experiencing infertility, around 15 percent of couples have difficulties conceiving.
Complementary Medicine can play a very important role in potentiating natural conception and/or supporting and improving outcomes with assisted reproductive processes like IVF.
As part of the clinical support for those experiencing infertility, Judith uses the internationally recognised Liz Lalor Fertility Program© which was developed by Melbourne homeopath Liz Lalor who has a pregnancy success rate of 87%.
The program consists of a series of a specific dietary protocols, indicated nutritional and herbal medicine supplements and a number of individually chosen homeopathic remedies taken at specific times during the menstrual cycle. Generally, the male partner or donor is also assessed for any indicated therapeutics.
The program can be started at any stage of the menstrual cycle and is designed to support conditions necessary for conception and retention of pregnancy. It is suitable for couples dealing with unexplained infertility, irregular cycles, absence of a menstrual cycle, PCOS, endometriosis, poor egg quality, erectile dysfunction and poor sperm health.
Usage of relevant blood tests and other diagnostics such as saliva testing which tracks the full menstrual cycle can provide invaluable insight into hormone levels, stress levels, heavy metal toxicity, thyroid function, etc. This can ensure accuracy of prescribing for each individual.
Contact Judith to learn more about the fertility programme generally, or how it may help you.
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