So what exactly does Naturopathic Fertility Care mean?
It means that no matter the reason for coming in, maybe its difficulty achieving a pregnancy, or perhaps you have had miscarriage after miscarriage; you will be heard.
Your questions will be answered.
You will have a clear plan moving forward.
In the above example, perhaps you are having difficulty getting pregnant so you come in for your initial visit.
After your initial visit, we are quite clear that your cycles are irregular based on tracking and understanding the phases. With this knowledge we are then better able to tell that you are not actually ovulating during many cycles.
This would lead us to more investigation as to why you are not ovulating. A working diagnosis could be made (or another practitioner could help us with the investigation) of polycystic ovarian syndrome (PCOS), which has a high incidence of anovulatory cycles.
We can then work on establishing what could be exacerbating your PCOS, such as stress, which can wreck havoc on our blood sugar response.
As you can see it is not just one area that we will focus on. In the example we could replace "stress" with "poor diet", or any other factor that could be leading to negative or positive outcomes.
It is a whole person approach.
One of the strengths of Naturopathic Medicine is the time that practitioners have with their patients to really dig deep into all the facets of health to help the patient get the results they desire.
If you are experiencing difficulties, even if you are currently working with a specialist, the evidence is there that Naturopathic Medicine can improve your chances of conception and maintaining a pregnancy.
Give yourself the time, the space and the support you need to build the family you've always dreamed off.
Help is here.
My name is Dr. Richelle Galay, and I am the owner of Vibrant Naturopathic Clinic. I wanted to jump back into the blogging sphere, re-introduce myself, and give you some insight on what's happening over at the clinic.
Vibrant Naturopathic Clinic is located in Moose Jaw, Sk, and has been running since 2016, and I have been in clinical practice since 2014. I love what I do and blessed to offer my services to the community and surrounding area.
My clinical focus, and where my passion lies, is working with women who feel as though they have been dismissed about what they are experiencing. I want to help them feel empowered to take care of themselves and in turn their families. The empowerment piece comes from allowing them to feel heard, helping them understand what is going on, and reminding them they are powerful as they are.
I help women do this by either working with them 1:1 in my clinical practice, or with my new and exciting Women's Community Health Program! This is a great starting point for anyone who isn't sure they are ready for the commitment that comes with 1:1 consults or is just looking to get started in the naturopathic realm.
If you want to know more about the upcoming program head over the the Community tab on the website or simply click the button below to get on the list.
Thanks for being here and I look forward to hanging out more.