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Solve Common Infertility Issues with Homeopathy

July 9, 2017
Katie Visco

  In case you don't know, Homeopathy is an alternative way to treat health problems and increase overall health with small doses of natural substances spread over time. There are people, like Sarah Trask, that focus their homeopathic expertise on infertility. With this approach, many infertility problems can be solved with analysis of habits, daily environment, and overall health practices. Homeopathy a lot of the times is simpler and cheaper compared to going to the doctor and getting expensive treatments or medications. Homeopaths take a broad view including stress levels, daily activities, current medications, and exercise habits to get an overall understanding of why couples may be having trouble conceiving. Check out Sarah's article where she goes into more detail and discusses specific patient stories.


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