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Five Tips to Support Your Fertility you Won't Find on Dr Google | Dr Aumatma

April 19, 2021

Five Tips to Support Your Fertility you Won't Find on Dr Google | Dr Aumatma

1 in 8 couples struggle with infertility yet answers can be hard to find.  In the past decade, those struggling have opened up about these struggles, companies are developing innovative products and solutions.  However, we’ve transitioned into so much information, it is challenging to know where to begin.  Dr Aumatma, a double board-certified Naturopathic Doctor & Endocrinologist specializing in fertility, speaks about the 5 things you won’t find on Dr Google but that will help you on your fertility journey. 

In this episode, Dr Aumatma covers:

  • Why being proactive is important and how to do so
  • Why the formulation of supplements matters
  • Which hormones to test, when and why
  • Simple changes to daily activities like sleep and diet that have a big impact

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More About Dr Aumatma
Dr. Aumatma is a double board-certified Naturopathic Doctor & Endocrinologist, in  practice for close to 15 years. She specializes in fertility and is the best-selling author of “Fertility Secrets: What Your Doctor Didn’t Tell You About Baby-Making.” Dr. Aumatma was awarded the “Best Naturopathic Medicine Doctor″ award locally in 2015 & 2020, and recognized as a top “Women In Medicine” Doctor in 2020. In addition to supporting couples through individualized care in person and long-distance, she also trains practitioners who want to specialize in fertility. Dr Aumatma has been featured on ABC, FOX, CBS, KTLA, MindBodyGreen, The Bump, etc., 

**The information shared by Fempower Health is not medical advice but for information purposes to enable you to have more effective conversations with your doctor.  Always talk to your doctor before making health-related decisions. 

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