Discover How Unexplained Infertility Can Be Successfully Treated With Birds And Bees’ Natural Fertility Treatment

Posted February 22, 2021 by birdsandbeesuk

The fertility clinic with a different, yet natural approach to better health
“Around 10% of infertile couples suffer from unexplained infertility. Unexplained infertility is best described as when a woman ovulates regularly, has fibrous growths or endometriosisand has open fallopian tubes with no adhesions, and if the man has a normal sperm count. There is some good news for these couples as they could, with the right treatment, expect a natural pregnancy within a year following the diagnosis.”
This according to Bryan James - scientific advisor for Birds and Bees. He added that sometimes unexplained infertility resolves by itself, and sometimes it is successfully treated. He also stressed that women who suffer from polycystic ovarian syndrome (PCOS) and especially young females who aretold that without the use of fertility drugsthey would never be able to conceive, should not just accept their fate or the diagnosis.
Birds and Bees is a natural healthcare clinic which founded by Kathleen Boyd, a registered and experienced Naturopath, Nutritionist and Fertility coach with the aim to provide natural fertility and preconception care and natural women’s health care in Putney, South West London, and the surrounding areas.
This follows her own fertility journey and how she had to make life-altering changes in order tofinally conceive. Treatment at Birds and Bees takes shape in the form of a natural approach to health, to ensure that issues are treated at the origin and that they are eliminated appropriately, instead of simply treating medical symptoms.
Kathleen is fully qualified as a Naturopathic Nutritionist, a Nutri Advanced Weight Loss practitioner, and a healthy Estrogen Metabolism practitioner. She is also a registered member of Foresight Natural Fertility & Preconception Care Association (FNFPC), the Association of Naturopathic Practitioners (ANP), British Fertility Society (BFS), the General Naturopathic Council (GNC), and the Natural Family Planning Teachers’ Association (NFPTA).
Her services include but are not limited to natural fertility treatment, preconception care, pregnancy care, natural family planning, women’s health and weight loss, energy boost and postnatal care. Due to Covid-19, Kathleen is currently only available for online sessions, which can be scheduled via her website. The Birds and Bees website was also designed especially for women that are looking for a natural approach to health and fertility.
Kathleen is passionate about educating patients how their bodies work, and her programs offer guidance on what nature has to offer to support the body’s natural healing abilities, ultimately resulting in better overall health and happiness from within.
Birds and Bees offer natural fertility treatment and services to couples across London, but Kathleen is also available online to new patients from all corners of the world. To find out more about Birds and Bees, the fertility treatment they offer or to schedule an online appointment, please visit their website.
About us
Birds and Bees is a fertility treatment clinic based in Putney, South West London that offers natural fertility treatment to couples who are experiencing difficulties in conceiving a baby. The treatments involve natural fertility treatment, preconception care, pregnancy care, natural family planning, natural’s women’s health, weight loss treatment, postnatal care and natural energy-boosting. Birds and Bees aim to help men and women discover natural healing in their bodies, which will ultimately result in better health, a higher chance of natural conception, safer pregnancies, and relief from various ailments that occur when the body’s natural balance is disrupted. Visit their website at to find out more.
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Business Address 4 Farlow Rd, London
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Last Updated February 22, 2021