For women and men

Enhanced fertility and preconception

Feel confident about your reproductive health.

improve your chances

You know that your overall health affects your chances of conceiving and the health of your future child, but you may still be confused about how to optimize your health and what might be getting in the way of conceiving. Working with a functional medicine fertility expert like Dr. Naylor from preconception to parenthood empowers you with clear guidance on what your body needs for optimal wellness. Together, we create a health plan customized to your unique needs. You can feel confident that you’re making the right choices for you and your growing family.

A better approach to fertility

Using a functional medicine approach, Dr. Naylor helps couples uncover the factors leading to suboptimal fertility. This way, they’re not just getting pregnant, but also having healthier, happier pregnancies and giving birth to thriving children.

We offer comprehensive testing to assess hormones, nutrient levels, cellular health, gut microbiome and digestive function, toxic load, adrenal health, and more. You’ll never be told “everything is normal”. Instead, you’ll get detailed feedback about you health, where you stand compared to optimal ranges, and exactly what you can do to improve your wellness. Patients leave visits feeling relieved to understand their personal fertility barriers and confident that they are doing the right things for them.

Dr. Miranda Naylor

“Each person is unique, with different experiences and different physiology. That’s why the most effective treatment is one that’s customized to your unique needs.”

how do I know if my fertility is an issue?

There aren’t always clear signs of a deeper issue when we’re trying to conceive, but there may be subtle clues.

Common concerns associated with subfertility:

  • Irregular menstrual cycles or anovulation
  • Luteal phase dysfunction (or short luteal phase)
  • Low progesterone levels
  • Hormone imbalance such as estrogen dominance or adrogen excess in women
  • Low sperm analysis measures – count, motility, or morphology
  • Erectile dysfunction
  • Abnormal weight (over or under)
  • Chronic stress

Common root causes leading to subfertility:

  • Thyroid dysfunction
  • Autoimmunity
  • Blood sugar dysregulation
  • Stress
  • Inflammation
  • Hidden infections
  • Nutrient insufficiency
  • Mitochondrial dysfunction
  • Oxidative stress and cellular DNA damage

Testimonials

Success Stories

Amelie Aguilar

(Became pregnant)

“I do have great news as I got my second period recently with a 13 day luteal phase!”
— Amelie Aguilar

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Maddison

(Became Pregnant)

I’ve been meaning to email you to let you know…I’m pregnant! Actually have been for a little while now. Tomorrow will be 20 weeks!
What I learned in your class definitely helped me better understand my body and what we needed to do when to up our chances 🙂 We don’t know what we’re having as we want it to be a surprise. But we’re due to become a family of 3 near the end of May!
Thanks for everything,
— Maddison

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JS

(Became Pregnant)

“Thank you so much Dr. Naylor! I know I wouldn’t have gotten pregnant without your help! I am so sincerely grateful for all of your support and guidance.”
— JS

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what to expect

With a functional medicine approach, you’ll know exactly what factors you have and how to address them to optimize your fertility and your overall wellness.

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identity the root cause of your health and fertility issues

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get detailed feedback about you health, where you stand compared to optimal ranges, and exactly what you can do to improve your wellness.

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customized approach to fertility treatment that matches your unique physiology

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