*Updated 8 Feb, 2014* I had a revelation last week. My test results from the research clinic finally came back and I have quite the toxic load. I don’t think it’s helpful at this stage to talk about my specific problems because I am currently being treated for them. I have no idea if the treatment will work for me and all the research is so revolutionary and new that it isn’t even published yet. But let’s just say that… Read more »

So I went to see a reproductive endocrinologist. I wanted to get some hormonal testing done to see how my body is doing at this point in time. I had some concerns that I was having anovulatory cycles and wanted to discuss my perception of short luteal phase with a specialist. I’m having mixed feelings about all of this but it was good to finally have a piece of paper confirming that something is indeed wrong with my body and… Read more »

Before trying to get pregnant I would have thought I was the picture of health. Rarely ill with ailments like the common cold, my only main complaint was my hypothyroidism, which I thought was being managed properly until earlier this year. That’s the thing about being young: usually our bodies are resilient and even if we have unknown issues like MTHFR happening in the background, toxins build up silently and physical symptoms sometimes don’t present until later in life.  … Read more »