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 Conception Management

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Natural Fertility Management (NFM)
Hormone Testing

Natural Fertility Management (NFM)
An Introduction

Natural Fertility Management (NFM)
Sperm & Hormone Testing 
for Men

Natural Fertility Management (NFM)
The Menstrual Cycle

Natural Fertility Management (NFM)
Conception Management

Natural Fertility Management (NFM)
Ovulation Prediction

Natural Fertility Management (NFM)
Homeopathic Protocol for Couples

Natural Fertility Management (NFM)
Pre-Conception Management

Natural Fertility Management (NFM)
Fertility Supplements


H4H Natural Fertility Management (NFM)
 Conception Management

Ten Steps to a Successful Natural Pregnancy

1. Pre-conception Management
Sperm and ovum take about 12 weeks to develop so Pre-conception Management should commence about three months before trying to conceive even for second and subsequent pregnancies. This is an ideal time for both parents to improve their fertility as well as the health of their eggs/ sperm by ensuring:

  • The presence of the necessary cellular building blocks for the establishment of a healthy vital embryo.
  • The absence of toxins
  • The absence of nutrient drainage/ loss
  • Establishing and maintaining conditions of optimum reproductive health.

2. Understand your menses cycle and its signs better
Every woman can determine the beginning and end of menstruation. Far fewer however know about the signs and discharges which occur subsequently in the cycle. Understanding them is key to knowing the health and welfare of ones biological clock

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3. Understand about ovulation better
Knowledge of the biology surrounding ovulation greatly helps to reduce fear of the unknown as well as mental and emotional tension and stress suffered by many prospective parents at this time.

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4. Understand how to chart your biorhythms
The committing of the main events of the menses/ ovulation cycles to paper aids to visualise the processes as a unified whole which in turn facilitates its subsequent use in any decision making. 

5. Understand how to use the chart for maximum benefit.
Once several cycles have been successfully charted it is then possible to

  • Compare the regularity or otherwise of each cycle
  • Determine the mothers most fertile period
  • Establish the days intercourse will be most effective.

6. Understand your dietary needs better
Maintain a healthy diet to help balance hormones and increase sperm quality. In general this means consuming more fibre, fruit, omega 3 oil, and fresh vegetables whilst at the same time minimising fat (particularly saturated fats), salt, sugar and processed carbohydrates intake.

7. Understand your need for supplementation better
The Western diet is generally lacking in essential nutrients. When this is combined with a
modern preference for prepackaged, processed and chemical laden products there is a gradual and detrimental decline in overall health, including reproductive health. It is also virtually impossible to receive the level of nutrients one needs from diet alone, even if your food is organic and nutritious.
Additionally there is now a great deal of scientific knowledge about the specific use of nutritional supplements and their beneficial effects on both male and female fertility. These supplements can be very effective in re-balancing hormones, as well as improving overall health which are so vital for successful conception.

8. Understand how to manage your lifestyle better
Our modern life is not very good for fertility. Diet, lack of exercise, smoking, alcohol and even some jobs can reduce fertility making it more difficult to conceive. In particular:

  • Aoid environmental toxins (at the workplace, in the atmosphere incl. that of passive origin, chemicals, various radiation hazards [incl. cell phones], food and water contamination).
  •  Avoid caffeine, alcohol, tobacco, prescribed and recreational drugs
  • Avoid tension and stress related situations

9. Understand about liveweight and exercise
There is sound evidence that being significantly over or under-weight can reduce fertility.  Just + or - 15% in Body Mass Index (BMI) has been known to advwersely affect fertility.
A combination of both a balanced diet and the correct amount of exercise is required to combat obesity. Additionally regular exercise can also lower stress, which is important when trying to cope with infertility.
At the same time over exercise can impact adversely by reducing the length of the luteal phase (normally 14 days). Progesterone levels usually remain high during this phase but if time is shortened to such an extent as to limit efficient implantation the natural process of egg fertilisation and attachment to the uterine lining can be adversely affected. 

10. Provide correct Homeopathic support
Homeopathic medicine is an ideal treatment for men and women's reproductive problems because it stimulates the body's own ability to heal itself. Homeopathic treatment can give very successful results especially when used in association with healthy living and diet together with herbal support. The holistic action of Homeopathy reconditions the female organs such as the uterus, fallopian tubes and ovaries. T

The H4H Natural Fertility Management (NFM) addresses many factors that are the root cause of infertility like toxicity, hostile cervical mucus, decreased ovulation, irregular cycles, poor endometrial lining, etc. Numerous infertility cases have been treated successfully with homeopathic medicine which has been documented in medical journals.

The H4H Natural Fertility Management (NFM) is centered on the natural, holistic and side-effect-free medical modality of Homeopathy in which the holistic needs of each patient is addressed on the basis of individual face-to-face consultation at which time a complete full health assessment is made together with a tailored program specific to optimise individual reproductive health and fertility. 
The holistic consultation encompasses three main areas

  1. Physical Wellbeing which includes general health and vitality as evidenced by the main communication pathways of immunity, neurology, endocrinology and alimentation
  2. Constitutional/ Mental Wellbeing which includes psychology, temperament, morphology, individuality, biochemical balance and typology and finally
  3. Emotional Wellbeing centred on lifestyle habits, stress, tension, fears and anxieties as well as self confidence and self esteem.

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For further information
in order to make a fully informed choice contact 

Dr. Peter Darashah

Ph.D.,M.Sc (Lond), B.Sc., DIHom (Pract),FBIH, MARH

Nutrition Consultant & Homeopathic Physician

(087) 2621943
Consultations held at:
Dervish Holistic Cebtre, 50 Cornmarket Str., Cork.

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Natural biorhythms

The bump
The bump

Moprning sickness
Morning sickness

A balanced breakfast
Understanding diet

Herbal supplements
Herbal supplements

Understandinh liveweight better
Understanding liveweight better

Homeopathic remedy
Homeopathic support

The end game
The end game

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