My Christmas Holiday Read - 'Getting Pregnant Faster’ by Dr Marilyn Glenville PhD

With the end of the festive season and New Year resolutions on the horizon, some couples will decide it's time to face fertility problems. I thought it might be helpful to review a good starter fertility book over the holidays.

There are thousands of books on fertility but not all of them are aimed at couples that haven’t studied biology. I wanted to find a book that would be full of useful suggestions and engaging for all readers.

Dr. Marilyn Glenville is a leading british nutritionist that specialises in fertility. She is responsible for developing one of the highest quality fertility supplements on the market, NHP Fertility Support for Men and Women. I had seen Dr. Marilyn Glenville making presentations online, and loved the relaxed easy manner in which she explained fertility jargon. She brings this style to her book ‘Getting Pregnant Faster’.
Click here to see Dr. Marilyn Glenville speak on Polycystic Ovary Syndrome (PCOS) & Fertility

The book is clearly laid out in eight steps. The first four steps focus on boosting fertility naturally, through diet, lifestyle, fertility supplements and avoiding environmental and occupational hazards. Step five deals with STIs. Step six is about timing intercourse in order to maximise your chances of conception. Step seven covers fertility testing and step eight summarises assisted conception techniques for those couples that will require treatment.

Plain language is used throughout the book, but everything is backed up with statistics and references. She encourages couples to make every effort they can before seeking medical help.

She speaks the truth; I have seen the effects of how changes in diet and lifestyle can bring about dramatic improvements in male fertility.

If you are looking for an informative, helpful read to start you on the road to conception, this book is ideal.
‘Getting Pregnant Faster’ by Dr. Marilyn Glenville is available for purchase on

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