#107b - PRP Fertility Program: Nathan Riley, MD, FACOG

In this series of "tweener" episodes, you'll be hearing from the 8 PRP practitioners to better understand how a truly holistic approach to fertility may be the answer that you and your partner have been seeking... The first practitioner is yours truly, Nathan Riley, MD, FACOG. I'm an allopathic physician and OBGYN, but I bring in a variety of other healing modalities into my care for women and their partners to help couples achieve natural pregnancy and childbirth in line with nature's lessons...rather than against them.  12% of couples in the U.S. report fertility challenges, and many of them just get shuttled off to IVF, which costs $12-15k, on average and out-of-pocket. Is there anything more that could have been done that perhaps the conventional OBGYN may have neglected? I would argue that there's quite a bit that can be done to improve fertility, on the physical, mental, emotional, and spiritual levels. The PRP Fertility Program from Beloved Holistics is my solution to the ever-growing issue of fertility worldwide. For a fraction of the cost of IVF, we will dial in all facets of your health over 60 days to increases your chances of conceiving naturally or, in the very least, to increase the likelihood that your IVF investment will yield the pregnancy and birth of your dreams! This includes functional nutrition, breathwork, fertility awareness tracking, conscious conception, detoxification, and lifestyle fine-tuning Need more info or are you ready to purchase the PRP Fertility Program? Go HERE. Still have questions? Book a free call HERE. --- Send in a voice message: https://podcasters.spotify.com/pod/show/theholisticobgyn/message

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We don’t need to burn down the medical industrial complex to change women’s healthcare. We merely need a life raft to demonstrate how truly holistic care is better than pharmaceuticals and surgery. This podcast is the catalyst for a new take on pregnancy, postpartum, menopause, and everything in between. It features conversations about relationships, medicine, food systems, political activism, spirituality, and the sacred rites of passage in life, namely birth and death.