FertilityCare Toronto provides women with a method to investigate and treat gynecological health issues. These conditions could include endometriosis, uterine fibroids, unusual bleeding, PMS, polycystic ovarian syndrome and dysmenorrhea to name a few.
By charting a women’s cycle, a targeted hormonal profile is created to determine a restorative treatment of the underlying disorder.
The one-year Women’s Health Program includes:
- A private introductory session on the Creighton Model FertilityCare System, available at various locations around the GTA
- Charting starter kit including charts, stamps, and user manual
- 8 private follow-up sessions with a FertilityCare Practitioner to ensure accurate observations and charting
- Email and telephone access to a Practitioner for chart checks and clarifications
- A designated FertilityCare Nurse to facilitate referrals to medical doctors and other service provides as recommended
- Monthly emails containing news from FertilityCare Toronto
- Program cost $1200
Appointments with FertilityCare doctors are covered by the Ontario Health Insurance Plan (OHIP). Clients are required to have charted a minimum of two cycles before seeing a FertilityCare doctor.
Additional sessions are available at the completion of the 1 year program.
Chart checks $40 each
Follow-ups $100 each
Sign up for a FREE Discover FertilityCare Session or book an Introductory session and get started right away. firstname.lastname@example.org or call 416-465-2868.
Maria and Michael: I suffered through years of debilitating PMS that other doctors called normal. Fainting from pain and having to take days off work each month was not normal. The Fertility Care doctor diagnosed dysmenorrhea, signs of insulin resistance (a precursor to diabetes) and Polycystic Ovarian Syndrome (a leading cause of infertility).
Almost immediately, my symptoms were stabilized. Everyone close to me commented on the difference in my personality. My body was no longer my enemy. Initially, we use the Creighton Model Fertility Care system to avoid pregnancy while the doctors were curing my various medical conditions. Once we were no longer haunted by the leading cause of infertility, we conceived our son on our first attempt.
Frequently Asked Questions
What is PCOS?
Polycystic Ovarian Syndrome is a hormonal imbalance that causes the ovaries to malfunction and is the most common hormonal disorder in women. The classic signs are a long or irregular cycle.
What is endometriosis?
This is a condition where cells from within the uterus move and implant themselves in other locations. When the cells take up their new location they continue to be hormonally responsive. Some women experience no symptoms; others suffer severe menstrual cramps and painful intercourse. This condition is often associated with infertility.
What is dysmenorrhea?
Severe menstrual cramps. The primary cause is an excess of one hormone, which causes uterine contractions, which causes the pain of cramps.
What is PMS?
Premenstrual syndrome that affects 40% of women approximately 7-10 days before their period. Symptoms include: irritability, breast tenderness, bloating, weight gain, cravings for carbohydrates, crying easily, depression, headaches and insomnia. Often the cause of PMS is a hormonal imbalance that we can easily treat.
What is postpartum depression?
Up to 40% of women experience this condition usually within 3 weeks of delivery. Progesterone injections are 95% effective in halting this condition and far exceed the effectiveness of either psychotherapy or antidepressants.