S2_ Ep 13 Women's Health with Natural Fertility NZ
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Shhhhh! Do you feel like that sometimes when you hear the word thrush or yeast infection?  What about bacterial vaginosis (BV)? Open the floor and swallow me up!  However it's a common in women's health and yet we don't discuss it, perhaps we don't feel the need to discuss it because there's lots of over the counter medication we can purchase.  Or is it just like fertility, miscarriages, abortion and other women's health are taboo subjects?  I'd like to change that of course, so I speak with Cassandra Woollett to open up the convestation.

Cassandra is a Fertility Educator accredited with Natural Fertility NZ who runs her own Fertility clinic in Christchurch NZ.  She works with clients throughout NZ and has a large International client base.  She works on line with women and their partners to help them learn about their fertility to either maximise their chances of conceiving or to avoid pregnancy in a natural way,  teaching the Sympto-Thermal Method of Natural Family planning.

Cassandra is also the National Clinical Supervisor for Natural Fertility NZ and is responsible for: auditing NZ Fertility Educators professional practice, training of new educators, providing ongoing training and clinical support to educators.  She has been an educator for 21 years.  Cassandra originally trained as a Registered Nurse working in the hospital system and then as a Public Health Nurse working in schools and with families.

Her true passion is in teaching and educating women and their partners about the menstrual cycle and male and female fertility and then seeing them use this information to reach their fertility goals.

If you would like to contact her, her details are:

Cassandra Woollett

Fertility First




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