Natural Fertility Coaching Call with Dr. Tori Hudson on April 19th 2010

Natural Fertility Coaching Call with Dr. Tori Hudson on April 19th 2010

drhudsonJoin us for our next Natural Fertility Coaching call with Naturopathic physician Tori Hudson, on April 19th at 1pm EST/10am PST

We will be discussing herbs for menstrual health and fertility

On this call you will learn:

-Which herbs promote ovulation
-Best herbs for preparing for pregnancy
-The thyroid and fertility connection
-More about the herbs: vitex, dong quai, tribulus and saw palmetto
-And much, much more…

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  1. Hi, I was recently diagnosed with the condition of adenomyosis. I saw Dr. Tori Hudson’s tincture on this site and I ordered the herbs to make my own (following the instructions on this page to her tincture). Anyway, I am trying it out. I had a myomectomy recently and that’s how I found this out. If you’re trying to conceive, can this still be ok to take? Also, how long to take before I notice any changes? I am also using it with Wobenzym N too. I plan on adding Castor oil packs once my doctor clears me next week. Thanks…

    Also, will there be any more coaching on this topic this year? I hope so, we need it! Thanks…

    • Dear Ronnie,

      In general the herbal protocol of a natural fertility health program is best used for a minimum of three months time (for some this can be longer) prior to trying to conceive. I can not know how long it will take to notice changes, but the herbs in the Dr. Tori Hudson, N.D. Anti-Adenomyosis Tincture tend to be fast-acting as can Castor Oil Therapy. Systemic Enzyme Therapy while being beneficial for many fertility health issues is often not something most women may “notice” working. This being said, inflammation may decrease, as could any sense of fullness or irritation. It’s efficacy is often determined through follow-up testing, or by naturally conceiving (which is certainly our hope).

      I have not yet heard of coaching sessions on the topic of Adenomyosis that have been scheduled this year, but stay tuned. We will notify our followers via email should coaching session be planned. If you’re interested, the Fertility Focus Telesummit – The Power of Your Fertile Mindset a FREE online event is happening as we speak (click that link to learn more).

      Take care!

  2. Update 2014 – We are back! We have been away for a while and we sure have missed all of your wonderful questions and thoughts on our articles. Moving forward, one of our staff herbalists will be here to respond to comments! We look forward to connecting with our readers once again!

  3. Hi,
    I am 38 and trying to conceive, I have a regular cycle and I have checked everything is ok, but my husband has very low sperm count. What do you think we should do? help

    • Hi Bayu,

      First off Diet is the most important part of healthy sperm and overall fertility. What your husband is eating today is impacting the sperm that will be swimming 3 months from now. Study findings show a range of 42 to 76 days from the time of sperm production to ejaculation in normal men. So the changes that your husband makes today are impacting the sperm he will be using two to three months from now. You can learn about the Natural Fertility Diet, which will is just as beneficial to women as it is to men, click here: http://natural-fertility-info.com/fertility-diet

      To learn specifically which herbs and supplements are best for men’s fertility and specifically for sperm count and health please go to this link: http://natural-fertility-info.com/mens-fertility

      Remember a healthy nutrient dense diet is the foundation for good overall health, especially sperm health. Sperm is the half of the beginning of a new life and we all want that new life to have the best chances for a healthy beginning!

      All the best,

      Dalene

  4. I’m 38 yrs old ,and my husband and I have been trying for the last two yrs after a failed pregnancy in 2008. In the last yr we have tried fertility drugs, IUI, and now I am trying vitex and maca. I have been having a problem with hormonal balance, ovulation, and vaginal odor. I have been told that when the hormones are not in balance, there can be as a result a fishy odor. Do you know of any other natural remedies I can take to take care of this problem? It seems that the period before ovulation and after ovulation the odor is the strongest. What do you think is going on? Please help.

  5. my husband has very low sperm count,is there anything that could help him?

  6. Hello,
    I am a 37 years old asian woman dx with PCOS in 2008. My husband have been trying to have a baby for the past six years. We gone through several infertility procedures, but failed. My menstrual is regular, every 28 days. No history of miscarriage. I try to eat everything whole grain and organic. I would excerised by going to the park and walk. I am interested in trying the herbal infertility method, but not sure where to start. Please help. Thank you. Ann

  7. 18 months trying to conceive. I’m 38. No medical issues. Using herbs and accupuncture.

    Some of my prescribed herbs are not recommended for preconception/pregnancy by some people. eg black cohosh, dong quai, liquorice.

    Please could you comment.

  8. Sorry if this is a repeat … I don’t think it went through the first time I tried to send it.
    I am 48, mother of 4 children ages 25, 20, 17 and 15, all born natural with the last three born at home, uneventful 2 hour labors, full term even a little late. Large babies. No problems. Have a new husband, also 48. We suffered a miscarriage at 9 weeks in September 2007 and another one Sunday, March 21 2010 at 11 weeks exactly. Everything felt normal up until the spotting and cramping started on Friday and I tried to avert it with an anti-miscarriage concoction which has been useful for others. I know how to use herbs for fertility but am wondering how to use them to maintain a pregnancy. Are there natural tests available to check for thyroid or maybe antiphospholipid syndrome or even something else and then could I proceed with natural things to address issues like those? Can you supplement with thyroid herbs while pregant (I know people take synthroid while pregnant) or white willow bark for APS instead of heparin or aspirin? What other precautions could I take? I really want to do this one more time, hopefully before I am 50. Thanks so much, Darlene in Atlanta.

  9. Hi,
    I wonder; how do I know if I need to get rid off stored up estrogen in the liver?
    -How do I know I have estrogen-deficency?
    What is your best tip to extend a too short luteal phase?

    Regards Susanne

  10. what is the relationship between migraines and menstrual cycle?
    Also, how do i improve my cervical mucus to make it more sperm friendly?

  11. Are there any herbs that can interfere with perscribed medicines for diabetes and tyhroidism problems . I am on metformin for type 2 diabetes PCOS and also on synthroid for hypothyroidism . I really would like to to help myself naturally but unsure what is ok . Thank You for reading this .