MTHFR Gene Mutation & Fertility
Record date: May 7th, 2020
Length: 1 hour
Pending 1 NCCAOM PDA
Purchase includes lifetime access
The Methylenetetrahydrofolate Reductase (MTHFR) gene mutation is a very common gene defect that affects about 25% of people and is an extremely common documented cause of unexplained infertility. In this class, we elucidate the folate pathway and how the MTHFR gene mutation affects folate metabolism and fertility (in both men and women). We dispel some of the prevailing myths while highlighting the keys to overcoming the challenges associated with the gene variation from nutritional, herbal, and physical perspectives.
MTHFR Gene Mutations from a Chinese Medicine Perspective
About Dr. Laurena White, M.D., L.Ac.
Dr. White has over 15 years of service and experience in the field of women’s health ranging from birth doula to physician including acupuncture and Chinese herbal medicine. She works closely with a team she has carefully chosen to deliver expert care not only to women, but also to couples trying to conceive. Together with the team, Dr. White facilitates the transformation of complex women’s health and fertility challenges. By helping women and couples address the underlying root cause of their condition, her patients begin to flourish without taking unnecessary pharmaceutical medications or having fruitlessly invasive surgical procedures. Dr. White has developed purpose-built signature programs that are unique to The Eudaimonia Center.
Dr. White integrated her practice by incorporating both allopathic and traditional Chinese medicine (TCM) treatment modalities in order to bridge the gaps in women’s healthcare. For more information on Dr. White and her clinic, visit https://laurenawhite.com/