Getting pregnant and getting pregnant

Pregnancy and becoming pregnant affect more women than you might think. According to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, there are approximately 6.1 million women in the United States who become pregnant or become pregnant.

Because this is a topic that affects so many women, I invited Dr. Gleaton, an OBGYN-certified doctor and Natalist medical director, to talk about all kinds of issues related to fertility and pregnancy.

No one is waiting for the journey of infertility. When this happens, women often feel isolated and ashamed. Ladies… if you are having trouble getting pregnant or getting pregnant, we have a great resource for you! Natalist was created to educate women at all stages of motherhood. This is a free resource that is tested and supported by science!

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"It doesn't matter that you travel to motherhood, we are here to support you through it. As mothers and doctors, we promise to offer you only the best evidence-based products. ”~ Dr. Gleaton

Throughout my interview with Dr. Gleaton, we talk about many topics and answer many of your questions:

  1. What is infertility
  2. How can you increase your fertility?
  3. What factors affect fertility
  4. Which can cause infertility
  5. Why more women struggling with infertility

If you are ready to learn more, I strongly encourage you to listen to this interview and check it out Natalist!

Dr. Kenosha Gleaton

IG: @kenoshagleatonmd


Biography: Kenosha Gleaton is a certified board member in gynecology and obstetrics. He received his MD from MUSC and completed a residency at the Carolina Medical Center in Charlotte, NC. Dr. Gleaton is a Scrubs Camp Instructor, a program designed to increase student access to health care, and is a compassionate international adopter. She is also a member of the American College of Obstetrics and Gynecology, the American Society of Gynecological Laparoscopes, and the American Association of Professional Women.

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