Naturopathy treatment in Sydney



When it comes to fertility, it is often asked what are the best supplements to be on. Unfortunately, there is no magical supplement for every woman. The best supplements are chosen based on the individual. Naturopathy treatment in Sydney has been opted by many individuals due to the incredible results achieved. Therefore, efficiency of treatment process is not all questionable. 

Short luteal phase

According to women’s health naturopath in Sydney medical textbooks, a short luteal phase is when the second half of the cycle, from ovulation until the beginning of your menses, is under 10 days. During the luteal phase, your body is producing progesterone. Progesterone is the building block to prepare the uterus for implantation of an embryo. When the luteal phase is short, there is less progesterone created, your uterus is not prepared, and there is a negative effect on implantation. Since progesterone is such a key component to implantation, it is optimal to have at least a 12-13 day luteal phase. 

Ways to promote earlier ovulation leading to longer luteal phase:

Maca is very highly nutritious and enhances fertility. Specifically, it promotes ovulation, increases cervical mucous, increase follicular size and is adaptogenic (meaning it supports both estrogen and progesterone pathways). Maca does have some side effects. Most commonly reported is heightened anxiety. If this were to occur, consult with a doctor and adjust your dosing.

The type of Maca used is very important. Make sure you are consulting with a health practitioner trained in botanical medicine to ensure high quality products and proper dosing. 


Research on fertility naturopath has shown melatonin improves ovulation when taken daily. Typical dosing for fertility is 3mg of melatonin a night while trying to conceive. 


Inflammation is a very vague term, but is used to describe body inflammation that may be affecting a women's ability to conceive. Most commonly, inflammation occurs from diet and lifestyle. An inflammatory diet, disrupted sleep, lack of exercise, and a sedentary lifestyle can all lead to body inflammation. 

Other causes of inflammation include gut dysbiosis (very common), pelvic congestion, chronic infection, recurrent urinary or pelvic infections, improper management of chronic health issues, and others. 

Ways to decrease inflammation: 

Diet and lifestyle

Try an anti-inflammatory diet, such as Whole 30, exercise daily for 30-45 minutes a day, incorporate movement each hour of the day, and try and stick to a regular sleep schedule which allows you to get 7-8 hours per night.

Fish oil

Fish oil is great anti-inflammatory and also has great research showing improvement in cardiovascular health and lipid management. Ideal dosing is 2000 mg of combined EPA + DHA. Try Seroyal or Nordic Naturals. 

Drink water

Drinking water improves digestion, clears out toxins, hydrates the body, improves liver function, and reduces overall pain. Aim for at least 1/2 your body weight in ounces. (ex. If you weight 150 lbs, drink 75 ounces of water daily.)

There are MANY anti-inflammatory herbs, supplements, and treatments that can be done. It's important that you find a supplement that works best for you. Some great anti-inflammatory herbs are Boswellia serrata, Curcuma longa (tumeric), Matricaria recutita (chamomile).

It is better that consult your issues with a natural fertility specialist in Sydney in order to revert back things to better tides.