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Every couple wants to know “ how long does your fertility program take to work?” It’s a great question and whenever I am asked this, I begin by giving the person asking a little background in reproductive physiology.

You see, by the time an egg becomes mature, it has taken as long as 8 full months from its primordial stage to ovulation (happening in 2 defined stages of approximately 4 months) and the sperm takes roughly 100 days to form.

So it’s safe to say, that the health of one’s fertility today is everything they have done in their life up until now, but predominantly their choices and exposures over the last 120 days.

This is the minimum amount of time required to help create the healthiest possible egg and sperm—and the minimum time we need, in preparation, in order to help couples overcome infertility.

Most of the patients that come to us have been struggling with infertility or recurrent miscarriage for at least 2 years and some of our successful patients had even been trying to conceive between 6 and 10 years.

Then after 120 days of comprehensive, preconception preparation worked for them! These couples understood results didn’t happen overnight and most importantly they were willing to diligently put in the work required to transform their results.

If you have been trying to conceive for over 2 years and/or; have experience miscarriage(s) and/or; have 3 or more “minor factors or abnormalities” you believe could be contributing to your fertility challenges then you may be eligible for a Complimentary Fertility Discovery Session (worth $799) with our natural fertility experts. We only take on patients we absolutely believe we can help – if you feel you’d benefit from our expert insights into your particular fertility situation please register your interest today. Availability is strictly limited, once registered we will contact you as soon as an opening becomes available.

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