As many of you may know, hormones and fertility are my area of specialism. I love working with fertility clients as so much can be done through naturopathy and nutritional therapy.
1 in 7 people are statistically going to present with infertility. Out of that number, 30% will be female, 30% will be male only and 40% will be both parties.
So why do we seem to always focus on the woman?
In my clinic, I insist upon working with both parties to nurture fertility. Both the male and female will get a full work up and be treated with the same importance.
For some bizarre reason, male factor infertility still comes across as a bit taboo, hushed up and not really publicaly spoken about. To me, when 70% of infertility involves the man somehow, this is a little strange, so let`s talk about it!
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