7.3 million women of childbearing age have difficulty getting pregnant. Alicia was one of those women. In her search for answers, she discovered that, like with most health challenges, there are varying opinions and treatments available. Alicia and her husband had important decisions to make. This is her story.
Seven million women in the U.S. suffer from some type of infertility. There are safe, natural, andoften simple wellness therapies that address the root causes of infertility. If you (or anyone you know) are trying to get pregnant, watch this week’s Wellness video about infertility and how working with a wellness clinician has been the answer for many.
Lower back aches are a common problem for moms-to-be. My friend and colleague, Dr. Cara Hartman, has some helpful advice. Watch today’s short video, and contact your wellness clinician to get the kind of pre-natal care you need.
An expectant mother wants good advice on how to stay healthy during pregnancy and what is best for her baby. Studies show OB/GYNs have inadequate training on giving informed nutritional advice, which is important for the unborn baby and the mother.
Watch today’s short video as Dr. Cara Hartman shares her personal and professional experience with motherhood, and why you should talk to your wellness practitioner about your pregnancy.
The leading cause of female infertility (something called Polycystic Ovary Syndrome) affects 5 to 12% of women between the ages of 12 and 45. “Conventional” treatment involves various synthetic hormones but there are natural treatment options. If you (or someone you know) are having difficulty getting pregnant, watch this week’s Wellness Minute for a wellness approach to female infertility.