Introducing our Guest Legacy Leader Bridget Osho:
Bridget is the Founder of Cherie Mamma. She is also a qualified holistic fertility therapist. She started Cherie Mamma after her own stillbirth and is passionate about helping women from all over the world have babies naturally. She is currently studying for a PhD degree to understand pregnancy loss from the point of view of the women who have lost their babies. She is also the author of Becoming a Mum Naturally. Bridget has been featured in newspapers, radio shows, and fertility related blogs.
In this episode:
Our guest Legacy Leader Bridget Osho explains the roles of women’s reproductive hormones and how they get disrupted. She also explains the untold truth about hormonal balance and the three categories to help regain balance that each woman needs to look into to allow her to maintain her hormones working to her unique optimal levels.
Bridget Osho answers the following questions:
- For those tuning in and may not know of you yet, may you please tell them about your passion and why you chose Cherie Mamma as a way to express this passion?
- May you please explain the role hormones have on women’s fertility?
- What are the common hormone disruptors?
- When hormones are out of balance what is the estimated time frame to regain balance?
- How do hormones affect fertility for both men and women?
- What can men and women do to support their hormone balance before pregnancy?
- What tests should men and women have done to make sure their hormones are in balance before having a baby?
- What roles do hormones have in pregnancy?
- Can hormone imbalances cause miscarriages? If yes, may you please explain how this happens?
- How do hormones effect a baby’s development in the womb?
- What can women do to support their hormone balance during pregnancy?
- What tests should women have done to make sure their hormones are in balance while they are pregnant?
- Is there anything else you would like to add that we did not cover today?
- Do you have any recommended resources outside of your own that you would like to share with those tuning in?
- Where can people find you and gain access to your services?
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