Late Age Pregnancy and Perimenopause Symptoms

It is no longer unusual for a woman to wait until her late 30’s or early 40’s to become pregnant.


The hormonal fluctuations occurring during this period can affect you in more ways than one – not just causing perimenopause symptoms like fatigue, anxiety and trouble sleeping, but also affecting your fertility.


Getting pregnant as you near perimenopause can be difficult. The good news is that for many women no medical explanation can be found. And that IS a GOOD thing! If your medical doctor has ruled out problems with fibroids, endometriosis or blocked fallopian tubes and you still have not conceived after 6 months then you are an ideal candidate for a holistic approach.


If you are under prolonged or severe stress you may enter perimenopause early – your ovulation cycle becomes irregular as hormone levels fluctuate, making your fertile time unpredictable.


Dr Marina Rose helps women in the San Francisco Bay Area to rebalance their hormones to increase their chances for conceiving.  Earlier this year, Rebecca, age 38, came in to see Dr. Rose after 3 rounds of fertility drugs were unsuccessful.  She and her husband started a customized nutrition program and were pregnant within 2 months!


If you’re trying to get pregnant, medical issues have been ruled out and you still haven’t been able to conceive you may need to provide your body with the specific building blocks it needs to focus on a healthy pregnancy.


When you need natural solutions for fertility issues, click here to find out how Functional Nutrition can help you.


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  • Kimmer Sue

    Reply Reply October 4, 2013

    New information I had never heard of before. Your blog is always full of amazing new insights.

  • Mary Albitz

    Reply Reply October 10, 2013

    Wow, I wish I knew about this years ago when a friend was desperately trying to get pregnant.

    • Marina Rose

      Reply Reply October 10, 2013

      Yes, it’s one of those messages that gets drowned out by the big marketing budget of the fertility industry.

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