Successfully Pregnant Naturally After 2 Failed IVF Cycles

I came to Sarah at the end October 2019 after 2 failed rounds of IVF, and wanting assistance with my fertility. I started IVF 15 months after coming off the pill, being diagnosed with PCOS and after months of trying multiple other natural remedies. I was never 100% happy with the idea of IVF and had been eyeing Sarah off for some 6-8 months before I approached her and after our 2nd round of IVF failed, I knew it wasn’t for me and this is where my journey with Sarah began.

Sarah brought things right back to basics, where we focused on stress and sleep management, digestive issues and nutrition. Before commencing IVF I would train 11 sessions per week and I was eating what I thought was relatively healthy, though I was always bloated, gassy and uncomfortable. Sarah recommended I cut my training right back, focus on sleep/stress and also introduced me to the Low Fodmap elimination diet. Although I did originally find the Low Fodmap overwhelming, as it took away nearly all of the healthy foods I was used to eating, I soon focused on what I could eat and the changes to my stomach and digestive system were amazing! Within a maximum of 2 weeks I was no longer gassy, my stomach was as flat as I had seen it in 2-3 years and I was no longer uncomfortable. It took 3 months for my hormones to balance out after the 2nd failed round of IVF, and after continuing to follow Sarahs recommendations my cycles returned and were the shortest they had ever been. We decided to see how long my first 3 cycles were so we could get an idea on what they were doing, however I soon found out I was pregnant while waiting for my 3rd period to arrive! I am now 11 weeks along, still seeing Sarah and still very amazed at what we have achieved in 6 months.
If you are thinking of seeing Sarah, I would highly recommend doing so. And don’t wait as long as I did! Sarah is very friendly, bubbly, very professional and incredibly knowledgeable. My only regret is not seeing Sarah sooner – you won’t regret that first initial consult

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