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I created The Fertility Companion to guide you through your personal fertility journey. Whether you’re at the beginning of a daunting path or have been travelling this direction for some time, you have a choice about how you want to continue. I want to show you how I evolved to thrive on my journey and share the joys and disappointments along the way. Personal fertility challenges in recent years motivated me to dig deep, to empower myself and take charge of my journey. I wanted to look back on this journey with no regrets and I want the same for you.

 

I had to nourish myself. I had to find a way through the fear and overwhelm while optimising my fertility as I worked towards the dream of becoming a parent.

 

I’m Ruth McKenna and I am a Registered Nutritional Therapist & Yoga Teacher. I’m delighted you’ve taken the time to visit my website, please stay connected by signing up for my FREE Sanity Guide to Fertility Treatment on this page. You’ll receive regular nourishment nuggets from me, to share with you my personal experiences of what helps and to teach you practical skills for building resilience, nourishing relationships & optimizing your fertility. You can read more about how I can help you here.

“For years, I have felt unwell and visited numerous doctors but it wasn’t until I had a consultation with Ruth that I understood exactly why I was feeling this way. The knowledge and guidance Ruth provided was invaluable and I am truly thankful.”
~ Christina, Nutritional Therapy Client

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