Dr Marilyn Glenville and Dr Eithne Lowe will host a workshop on nutritional and medical ways to improve your fertility and prevent miscarriage on Monday 8th October at 6.45pm in the Galmont Hotel Galway.
Don’t miss this opportunity to come and see Dr Marilyn Glenville Ph.D., the UK’s leading nutritionist specializing in women’s health speak alongside Dr Eithne Lowe, Medical Director of Galway Fertility Clinic.
Find out how nutrition can help you get pregnant and also prevent miscarriages. You will also discover the best diet, supplements and lifestyle factors to maximise your chances of getting – and staying – pregnant. In addition, you will learn how to improve your chances of a successful IVF and how nutrition can help if you have been diagnosed with an immunological problem.
At this talk, you will discover:
- You can use nutrition and lifestyle changes no matter where you are on your fertility journey.
- You can also use this approach if you are going for IVF as it will prepare your body for that treatment cycle, giving you the best chance of success.
- How successful the right diet and nutrients are if you are having recurrent miscarriages.
- How nutrition can improve the quality of your eggs even if you have been told you have low ovarian reserve.
- Sperm health including sperm count, motility and number of normal sperm can be improved with specific nutrients and lifestyle changes
Dr Eithne Lowe is a Consultant Gynaecologist and Medical Director of Galway Fertility Clinic. She has been working with the clinic for 18 years, advising couples on how best to prepare for pregnancy. Her main area of interest is focussed on promoting natural conception prior to medical interventions.
Her talk will cover:
- Lifestyle factors in men and women associated with sub-fertility and miscarriage.
- Screening for unsuspected medical problems such as anaemia, thyroid disease and diabetes.
- Management of pre-existing medical problems to optimise chances of conception/reduce risk of miscarriage.
- The value of AMH (Anti-Mullerian Hormone) testing in women and age-related fertility decline.
- The value of DNA fragmentation testing for male assessment.
- Warning signs of common gynaecological problems associated with sub-fertility and male factors linked to low sperm count.
This workshop will take place in the Galmont Hotel Galway on Monday 8th October 6.45- 9.30pm.
Tickets cost €20 or 2 for €30 and are available from Eventbrite.