The online program to optimise fertility, wherever you are on your journey to parenthood.
Do you want to get pregnant sooner?
We know that both egg and sperm take approximately 3 months to mature and develop. In this window they are highly susceptible to DNA damage. By optimising our health during this period we can improve fertility outcomes.
Get Fertile is a specialised program designed by our team of Naturopaths at Hormone Health Studio to specifically educate you on:
the problem we currently face
of fertility problems are due to female factors
of fertility problems are due to male factors
of fertility problems are due to the combination of female and male factors
Couples with unexplained subfertility still have about a 1 in 4 chance of natural conception in between fertility treatments 
Variations in specific fertility-related genes including MTHFR are associated with implantation failure and hormonal imbalances 
Up to 90% of those experiencing anovulatory cycles have PCOS 
Anovulatory means absent ovulation. When ovulation is absent, pregnancy cannot occur naturally. PCOS refers to polycystic ovary syndrome, a metabolic condition that can affect fertility if unmanaged.
Modifying 5 or more lifestyle factors reduces the risk of experiencing ovulation problems by 69% 
Sperm count has decreased by at least 60% with no sign of slowing down 
 van Eekelen, R., et al. Natural conception rates in couples with unexplained or mild male subfertility scheduled for fertility treatment: A secondary analysis of a randomized controlled trial. Human Reproudction, 2018. PMID: 29538638.
 Ledowsky, C., et al. Methylenetetrahydrofolate Reductase (MTHFR) genetic polymorphisms and the risk of infertility in couples accessing Assisted Reproductive technologies: a systematic review. Advances in Integrative Medicine, 2021. doi.org/10.1016/j.aimed.2021.05.004.
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 Levine, H., et al.Temporal trends in sperm count: a systematic review and meta-regression analysis. Human Reproduction Update, 2017. PMID: 28981654.
My own fertility journey
I was diagnosed with Premature Ovarian Insufficiency (POI) in my early 20s. What came next (after the tears and shock) was a huge journey to understand hormones and reproduction. As a degree-qualified naturopath, receipt of industry awards, and accredited member of MTHFR Support Methylation & Genomics Institute, I knew what I had to do.
Long story short, my partner and I implemented all that you will learn in Get Fertile and with a touch of luck, we conceived our two babies, naturally. Otto is now a fire-y 3-year-old, and Rumi just turned 1.
While I am well aware that not all paths to parenthood are as seemingly straightforward, what I do know is that irrespective of what we’ve each been through, there is so much in our control. All it takes is the right team and guidance. That’s where we come in.
The scientific evidence is clear–we must optimise our health to optimise fertility. After helping many women and couples on their journey to parenthood, we at Hormone Health Studio know this to be true.