top of page

Ep33 – Four tests the NHS is not yet doing to investigate miscarriage


Hello, I'm Katy Bradbury, a qualified Nutritional Therapist, Private Health Visitor and qualified nurse. I have worked in Women's Health, Maternal and Children's Health for many years.


Today's podcast is "Four tests the NHS is not yet doing to investigate miscarriage." Today's podcast is a more practically focused episode following last week and what we may do about pregnancy loss. One in four pregnancies ends in miscarriage. Many women who attend my practice feel like they are not heard or understood by their healthcare providers.

00:00: Introduction

02:07: You've not had enough miscarriages!

03:09: My clinical toolkit 05:25: So many pregnancy losses that a positive test brings fear, not joy

07:07: Number one: Full thyroid panel 07:32 Thyroid function vs Full thyroid panel

11:13: Number two: Genomics profile – Methylation

12:44: Podcast episode 6 – This is Why You Need Folate to Get Pregnant

14:00: Number three: Sperm DNA fragmentation test

17:01: Number four: Ecology and environment of your vagina

18:52: Seminal microbiome testing

19:46: Some people don't want to know

21:30: What happens if we find something? Is there anything we can do about it?

22:29: What can we do about it? Example for Thyroid antibodies

23:27: What can we do about it? Example for Genomic screen

25:28: What can we do about it? Example for Sperm DNA fragmentation

26:45: What can we do about it? Example for Vaginal Microbiome


Links mentioned in the podcast:



WAYS THAT YOU CAN GET KATY'S HELP:


Fertility and the First 1,000 Days Membership: Fertility and the First 1,000 Days Membership


Fundamentals for Fertility online course:


Book a discovery call to talk through your needs for working together 1:1:


More info can be found about Katy on her website:




Love the show? Don't forget to leave a star rating and a review to share the love and help it reach others who need to hear this!




3 views0 comments

Recent Posts

See All

Comments


bottom of page