We empower you to better understand your fertility, nutritional and emotional health through easy at-home finger-prick blood tests and questionnaire.
Our approach has been developed with leading experts and tailored to your personal circumstances and goals
We provide support to improve your reproductive, physical and emotional health
Fertility is complicated
Fertility is complicated and Dr. Google can be very confusing. We’re frustrated that the traditional approach to women’s reproductive health is reactive. Often a woman can only access specialist support after facing multiple challenges. At Adia we are changing this. We want to empower women to be more proactive about their health and arm them with the facts and tools to understand their fertility.
Dr. Jessica Farren - BA MBBS MRCOG - Obstetrician and gynaecologist from Imperial College London
Dr. Linda Farahani - BSc MBBS MRCOG - Obstetrician, gynaecologist and fertility specialist from Imperial College London
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
Why is understanding your fertility hormones and getting smart about reproductive health important?
At Adia we believe in proactive care. We don’t want women to face multiple challenges before accessing support. Understanding your hormones earlier can help identify any issues, or give you the confidence that your fertility health is on track. Our hormone fertility test will help you better understand your ovarian reserve, ovulation and general health, all important markers for conception and pregnancy. We know fertility can be confusing, so in your plan we have also summarised everything that is important to know to maximise your chances of conception.
Why is nutrition and BMI management important?
Nutrition and BMI are very important building blocks for fertility and preconception health. Maintaining a healthy weight is one of the best things you can do to boost your fertility and health. Our approach is based on the Nurse’s Health Study conducted by clinicians at Harvard University. Women in the study who followed three or four of the recommendations suggested were 66% less likely to have problems conceiving than women who didn’t. There are a number of key nutrients that support the healthy development of an egg, these include Folic Acid, Vitamin B12 and Vitamin D. A lack of these nutrients can cause complications in pregnancy.
Why is emotional health important?
Our day to day lives can be very stressful, juggling work, family and social lives. Trying to conceive can be an added pressure and a very emotional time. It can also place pressure on your relationship. It’s therefore very important to look after your emotional health on this journey. Our emotional and reproductive health are also linked. In some more severe cases, if you’re stressed, your menstrual cycle can become longer or shorter, your periods may stop altogether, or they might become more painful. This could mean it takes longer to conceive. We believe in the importance of a whole body approach to your fertility journey. There are a number of science based tools to boost our emotional health, including mindfulness, relaxation and exercise.
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