Learn what areas of your life need the most support to improve your fertility.
We know that there is a ton of information out there about how to be healthy, and all kinds of advice on how to get pregnant. It’s easy to get confused and overwhelmed about what’s right for you and your unique situation. As you likely know, your reproductive system does not operate in isolation, infertility is most often a symptom of a deeper issue, and it’s important to attend to your overall health.
However, what we see in our fertility practice is that people get easily bogged down trying to do everything (not to mention trying to do everything perfectly), and this ends up just making them more stressed…the opposite of what we should be doing when trying to conceive.
On the other hand, when you know what needs your attention the most and what to focus on, you can start creating a simple plan that is workable and sustainable. This makes it easier to stick to your goals and improve your fertility.
So to help you get clear on where to start, we’ve identified several areas of health that are the heavy hitters when it comes to getting and staying pregnant; and have created a self-assessment tool to ensure that you are on the right track.
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Rate the questions below on a scale from 1 to 5.
1 indicates that you could use some help and 5 indicates that you are right where you want to be.