• Natural Fertility Resources

    by  • February 1, 2013 • Natural Fertility Series, Research • 4 Comments

    Join Like A Mustard Seed in January to learn more about Natural Fertility

    Thanks so much for joining for the whole month of January as we covered some basic natural fertility topics. There are SO many more areas to cover when it comes to natural fertility like how to deal with  PCOS, thyroid disorders, endometrosis, fertility after miscarriage or birth control pills, surgical intervention and much more. So rather than give you a simple run down on these topics, I decided to leave you with a few resources that you may find helpful if you are looking for even more information on natural fertility.


    Natural Fertility Info – natural and herbal remedies for many fertility complication including male infertility

    Naturally Knocked Up – a great place for nutritional and herbal therapies to increase your fertility naturally

    Taking Charge of Your Fertility – natural fertility community with many resources on charting

    John Lee MD – a great source for natural progesterone, hormone balance and bioidentical hormone replacement therapy

    Hannah’s Prayer Ministries – a place to find support while you are dealing with infertility or pregnancy loss



    Naturally Healthy Woman by Shonda Parker

    Naturally Healthy Pregnancy by Shonda Parker

    Herbal Healing for Women by Rosemary Gladstar

    Making Babies by Shoshanna Easling

    Taking Charge of Your Fertility by Toni Weschler, MPH

    Naturally Knocked Up by Donielle Baker


    I hope these posts were helpful to some of you! Remember to always do your own research and prayerfully consider natural ways to improve your health and fertility. Many blessings.


    Jasmine is a God-fearing, always-learning, stay-at-home-wife to the best husband in the world! In the past couple of years, her new found loves have become herbal fix ‘ems and things “all natural”! She is continually learning to slow down, enjoying the important, simple things in life…like naturally taking care of her home, husband and health. She really enjoys creating things “home-made” and showing others how to do the same! You can also connect with her on Twitter and Facebook.


    4 Responses to Natural Fertility Resources

    1. February 15, 2013 at 10:15 am

      Thank you for all your wonderful advice! I have a website that I started due to my journey on natural fertility and all I have learned over the years. I would love for you and your readers to check it out and feel free to give feedback!

    2. March 27, 2013 at 12:14 pm

      I found your blog through Pinterest and enjoyed reading through your fertility series. I’ve been charting temp and CM for about 3 years and have pretty consistent, predictable, easy to interpret cycles. A year ago, we started “doing the baby dance” and were successful in the fourth month, but I miscarried at 13 weeks. Now, in the middle of trying again, I’ve been diagnosed with acute hyperactive thyroid which has completely screwed up my cycles. My hormones are low and I don’t think I ovulated the past couple of cycles. The doctors are dragging their feet in helping me out and I’m so frustrated! I’m 33 years old and we desperately want to have children. I feel like every month that goes by is wasted and my time is running out. (My hormone imbalances only make all those feelings worse!) I’ve been doing a lot of research and your blog has been a great resource! I just wanted to say thank you for sharing your abundant knowledge and experience!

    3. April 25, 2014 at 12:41 am

      thanks a ton for a helpful resource in fertility,I am looking out for some points on this and by search end on your blog…

    4. November 16, 2014 at 9:44 pm

      Thanks for devoting a section on natural fertility and giving resources. Women need to know that before using fertility treatments they might want to give their bodies a chance to heal itself. I’d like to share this blog/ page on natural fertility resources.

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