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There is NOT ONE Doctor, Midwife or health care professional I know that does not relate to this image. Most times your doctor does not have time to answer the multitude of getting pregnant, pregnancy or miscarriage questions patients have.

 

If you think your doctor is going to have time to sit and discuss your multitude of pregnancy symptom questions, then think again! Your Doctor has to see “X” amount of patients and “lots of labs, questions, concerns” from his or her office staff. It is not their fault! The cost of running a practice, malpractice insurance and reduced patient care reimbursement play a huge factor in how much time your Doctor is allocated to see you. This is why Lumalove┬« is a great resource to pick up where your Doctor left off to help answer your pregnancy symptom questions…

Lumalove | Pregnancy Super Coach | Midwife Hannah Bajor | The How To Get Pregnant | Getting Pregnant | Pregnancy |Miscarriage | Expert

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8 Comments

  1. Hi Hannah,
    my name is loveline. I live in belgium and am 38yrs old. I had my first child 6yrs ago, then we decided to have another. But unfortunately 2months ago i had a miscarriage. Since then we have been trying with no success. Before the miscarriage i was eating the 5 fertility food you listed the your youtube channel. Should i continue and how ? Should this vegetable be eaten raw.
    Thanks.

    • I am sorry to hear about your recent loss. Having a miscarriage is always sad – but the quicker we recover and get our energy back on track the quicker we can manifest another baby.

      For sure continue to eat healthy and take vitamins to help increase your fertility and prevent another miscarriage.

      My Miscarriage recovery CD has helped women heal the heaviness within their hearts, to review information about this Miscarriage Recovery CD please click on http://www.lumalove.com/support_after_a_miscarriage_CD.html

  2. Thank you SO MUCH for your videos, specifically the five foods to eat for pregnancy. After several months of trying and a miscarriage, I watched your video and cleaned up my diet and was able to get pregnant within two months. And now I am 20 weeks along with no complications!
    Furthermore, I have continued following the diet and I’ve only gained 5lbs (I was a normal weight when I started and my doctor is Happy with this level of weight gain!!)
    So I thank you so much!

  3. I am 43 years old. I have the blessing of a 5 year old son. In the last 4 years I have had 8 miscarriages, always between weeks 8 and 12. The hospital ob/gyn has run chromosome tests on both my husband and I, as well as one of the miscarriage tissue. She did all sorts of blood test and uterus checks. All seems normal. I have a slight hypothyroidism, for which I take medication. I was told many years ago that my uterus was tilted back and to the side and that I had a year of fertility left. The medical world seems to have no answer. Thanks for your website, I have started with your food recommendations. Any other areas you would recommend I focus on?

    • 8 Miscarriages a lot to have to go through. Under active thyroid can cause miscarriages and infertility but most times with good management you can get your numbers within the normal range. I would definitely recommend doing a small ritual for each of your losses to free you and the amazing spirits of the babies that touched your life. Vitamins, energy and release work will help you a lot. I had my 2nd baby at 43 years old so time is ticking if you are wanting to have another baby. My Lumalove Getting Pregnant Program has a lot of information in it that would help you increase your chances of having a successful pregnancy.

  4. Hi Hanna, one of your piers/students Angela recommended I contact you. I am a 49 year old male with a diagnosis of Lupus this year, and looking for Holistic care. I am currently on prednisone and Methotrexate. I am and RN from NJ. I just started seeing a Chiropractor Dr Teitelbaum from Cinnaminson NJ as well.

    Thank you
    Anthony

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