spence — Wed, 02/20/2013 - 01:29
An article posted yesterday in the Vancouver Sun spoke about the drugs fertility doctors are giving their patients. The cause for concern may stem from younger and relatively healthy women moving to IVF as a means of attaining a pregnancy faster.
spence — Tue, 07/24/2012 - 02:57
Things you can do today to help optimize your IVF success (click here to watch the free 70 minute recorded webinar)
drink enough water avoid or reduce caffeine, flour, sugar, animal dairy reduce wheat & gluten get enough sleep include high protein high fiber breakfast (i.e. oatmeal, egg whites) make a commitment to gentle, restorative exercise regular deep relaxed breathing schedule things you enjoy & do them - time with friends
spence — Wed, 06/06/2012 - 01:33
These are the emails that I absolutely long for when I open up my gmail inbox, it is truly why I do what I do. I get to share in the feeling that a couple has when they have found out that they are pregnant, that their dreams of having a family have come to fruition. Please spend a short moment after you read this to send love and prayers to those of my clients still waiting for this wonderful blessing. Thank you.
spence — Fri, 03/23/2012 - 03:11
I recently posted about 4 clients telling me they were pregnant in 2 days, well, that has increased to 12 women pregnant in the last 2 weeks. Yes, I am astonished and over the moon with the positive energy surging through my practice. I could not be more grateful, elated, and beaming with faith. I surrender at the amazing powers that are at play.
spence — Sat, 02/25/2012 - 00:54
Today I am grateful. This week marks the true integration of traditional Chinese and modern Western reproductive medicine in Vancouver / Burnaby. My acupuncture clinic within the walls of PCRM (a premier In Vitro Fertilization clinic in BC) is finally opening. It is a beautiful space I will be sharing with a fellow naturopath, urologist, and a high risk obstetrician. I am very excited to see a huge leap forward in the way patients are cared for, particularly in the field of fertility.
spence — Mon, 02/21/2011 - 22:25
Right from the start Suzy and her husband were faced with reproductive challenges. After trying to conceive for quite some time, it was found that her husband did not produce any sperm, a somewhat common condition called azoospermia. After extensive research and counsel, they learned that to have a child of their own, donor sperm would have to be used via artificial insemination. So off to the fertility clinic they went.