Fertility is complicated. Adia’s mission is to empower women with knowledge, and to change the approach to women’s reproductive health to one that is proactive, personalised and holistic.
Adia means innate strength from ancient sanskrit. We are passionate about helping women realise and develop their innate strength for whatever lies ahead in their journey.
Adia was born out of my struggles with conception and pregnancy. In my 20s and early 30s I did everything to avoid pregnancy and focused on my career. But by the time I reached my mid-30’s I really wanted a family and thought I would have an easy road to motherhood. Instead I rode a roller coaster of miscarriage, stillbirth and trouble conceiving. It turned my life upside down. So I went on a long search for all the things that could help me and today, with much gratitude, I have two girls that keep me busy.
Adia is a culmination of this fertility journey and what I learned along the way. We work with some of the leading experts in reproductive, nutritional and emotional health to deliver a holistic and scientifically rigorous approach. Adia empowers you to understand and improve fertility while getting easy access to fertility experts to support your journey.
Proactive, Informed, Empowered
More and more women are making the life choices that I made. We are choosing to have children later. Unfortunately one of the leading causes of fertility challenges and pregnancy complications is age. But the good news is that there are many other things we can do to improve outcomes. We remove the guesswork so you don’t have to rely on Dr. Google anymore, empowering you to be more proactive about your health and achieving your goals.
Empowering you with science and expert support
Dr. Jessica Farren - BA MBBS MRCOG - Obstetrician and gynaecologist
Dr. Linda Farahani - BSc MBBS MRCOG - Obstetrician, gynaecologist and fertility specialist
Dr. Imogen Staveley - BA BMBCh MRCP MRCGP MBA - GP with special interest in pregnancy
Dr. Gowri Mohta - BSc MBBS CH MAR - Previously obstetrician and current holistic therapist focused on fertility, pregnancy and birth at the Wittington Hospital
Dr. Camilla Rosan - BSc (Hons) DClinPsy (Oxon) CPsychol - Clinical psychologist and couples therapist
Katie Dalrymple - BSc - Maternal and fetal nutritionist specialist
Clare Connolly – Mindfulness and yoga specialist - Certified yoga teacher and mindfulness coach
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