IV Therapy Clinic in Toronto Explains How Toxins Affect Female Fertility

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Toronto Functional Medicine Centre in Toronto, ON, Canada, has recently published an article on how toxins can affect female fertility. Research has shown that environmental toxins, such as bisphenol A (BPA), heavy metals, pollutants, etc., may impede a woman’s fertility. Fortunately, Toronto Functional Medicine Centre offers an integrative approach for women struggling with their reproductive health, including providing IV therapy in Toronto as an adjunct detoxification support.

Toxins may result into infertility by disrupting the proper functioning of the endocrine system. This may not only decrease the chances for natural conception but it may also lead to an unsuccessful IVF. Possible toxins affecting infertility are pesticides, BPA, air contaminants, heavy metals, and cigarette smoke.

IV Therapy in Toronto for Female Fertility

Some studies have indicated that eating fruits and vegetables with high amounts of pesticides may contribute to infertility risks in women through toxic metabolites that may disrupt reproduction. This is because pesticides can impede hormonal functions, resulting in cellular damage.

BPA, which is typically found in food packages, toys, and plastics is also an endocrine-disrupting substance. Studies have shown that BPA can impede cell division in the ovaries and cause changes in the menstrual cycle and the uterus.

Air pollutants, such as nitrogen oxide from power plants, have also been observed to affect female fertility. In addition, heavy metals like lead and cadmium, may also lead to female infertility. Studies have shown that women with high levels of lead and cadmium in their blood have 2 to 3 times higher risks of infertility. Meanwhile, inhaling cigarette smoke may also affect female fertility.

The Toronto Functional Medicine Centre offers integrative therapies to help with female fertility. This may include an integrative medicine approach for eliminating toxins and helping to reduce oxidative stress. For instance, they may combine hormonal balancing with lifestyle changes, oral supplementation, acupuncture, and IV therapy with essential vitamins or major antioxidants.

Their IV vitamin drip therapy combined with lifestyle modifications, medications and nutraceuticals may be used as an adjunct nutritional support for the purpose of helping with female fertility. IV infusions have an advantage over oral administration of nutrients because they will go directly into the bloodstream, bypassing the digestive tract. IV infusions of nutrients may help with cleansing and in promoting proper cellular functioning. Each drip is blended by the Toronto Functional Medicine Centre using the principles of integrative functional medicine. When combined with other approaches, including lifestyle changes, naturopathic medicine, bio-identical hormone therapy, detoxification, and more, IV vitamin infusions may help with optimal functioning and detoxification. They carry a range of vital nutrients, such as glutamic acid, mistletoe, NAD , folic acid, B12, vitamin C (ascorbic acid), a blend of amino acids, and other helpful ingredients.

In addition to helping with the improvement of female fertility, the therapies offered at Toronto Functional Medicine Centre may also help with a large number of health issues. They can also help with: energy levels, adrenal function, immune function, athletic recovery, chronic fatigue syndrome, physical performance, blood pressure concerns, thyroid conditions, and other health concerns like fibromyalgia and more.

The Toronto Functional Medicine Centre serves as a functional medicine clinic in Toronto, Ontario, Canada, that applies the integrative functional medicine approach. They may be used for a broad range of health issues and may also help with: cellular damage, tissue repair, athletic recovery, infertility, mineral deficiencies, immune function, chronic fatigue, adrenal function, skin rejuvenation, and more.

Those who would like to know more about the functional medicine approach and the IV therapy options, such as IV therapy to support fibromyalgia, can visit the Toronto Functional Medicine Centre website or call them through the phone at (416) 968-6961 or via email at They are open from 9:00 am to 6:00 pm on Mondays, Wednesdays, and Fridays; from 10:00 am to 5:00 pm on Tuesday and Thursdays; and from 9:00 am to 4:00 pm on alternating Saturdays.

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About Toronto Functional Medicine Centre :

Our team of dedicated health and wellness practitioners have a passion for integrative functional and naturopathic medicine healing. We strive to help each patient shift towards balanced, wholesome wellness.

Contact Toronto Functional Medicine Centre:

Christina Ramos

Toronto Functional Medicine Centre
162 Cumberland St 222 A
Toronto, ON M5R 1A8

(416) 968-6961

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