“The “fertility specialist” told me my AMH levels came back and my eggs are old and bad or I do not have enough eggs.”
“The “fertility specialist” told me I should do IVF solely because of my age of 35.”
This is one of the first things I remembered hearing after waking up from my exploratory surgery on March 1, 2019. (Paraphrased, of course, as I was still groggy from the anesthesia.) I had gone into this with apprehension and nervousness, not about the procedure itself, but about the outcome. My greatest fear was being told that nothing was wrong with me. So at that moment I heard my doctor speak to me, the tide turned for our infertility journey.
There are so many things to be grateful for this Thanksgiving. I was reflecting on why I love being a FertilityCare Practitioner.
I am grateful for the gift of NaProTechnology. NaProTechnology is not a miracle cure by any means, but it does offer women and couples a real option to help treat fertility health issues. The goal of NaProTechnology is to restore reproductive health. This makes NaProTechnology different than standard reproductive healthcare.
This week I am focusing on how NaProTechnology can help women and couples overcome recurrent pregnancy loss.
This is very personal to me.
Last week during Worldwide FertilityCare Week, I discussed how the Creighton Model is a holistic approach to women’s fertility health.
One of the things that makes the Creighton Model unique is NaProTechnology, a new reproductive science that works cooperatively with a woman’s cycle to help diagnose and treat fertility health issues.