Recent Posts by Dr Andrew Orr


How To Increase Your Chances of Getting Pregnant – 10 Tips

As a fertility specialist, every day I'm asked, "What can I do to increase my chances of getting pregnant?" And every day, this is what I tell them. Read More


9 Important Reasons To Have Electrolytes During Pregnancy

Did you know that when you are pregnant, you lose more electrolytes than any other time in your life? Here are 9 signs you need more, from Dr. Andrew Orr. Read More

How Grains And Refined Foods Killed Kenny – The Bastards!

A tongue-in-cheek article from Doctor Andrew Orr (who is also a nutritionist) about why grains and refined foods really killed Kenny... the bastards! Read More


Early Puberty: 5 Reasons Why It’s More Common Than Ever

Today, girls are seeing early signs of puberty from 7 years of age. Is puberty reaching a biological breaking point? Why is this happening? Find out. Read More


Not Eating Breakfast Might Be Killing You: Study

Parents, pay attention! If you're neglecting your body's basic needs for breakfast each morning, you may be damaging your health more than you realise. Read More

Sperm Facts – 8 Things You Wont Read About On Wikipedia

Sperm is totally fascinating - but did you know these crazy facts about sperm? Find out if those common rumours you hear are true about sperm. Read More


Is A Hysterectomy Necessary To Fix Endometriosis?

Many women are advised to have a hysterectomy in order to fix their endometriosis once and for all. But, will it really fix the problem? Read More

How To Protect Your Eggs, Sperm And Fertility During Easter

It's Easter! Many people celebrate, drink, eat and pop the top button of their pants! It's also a time to protect your fertility - find out how! Read More


How The Heck Does A 3.5 Year Old Get Type 2 Diabetes?

Many are in shock after discovering a 3 year old was diagnosed with type 2 diabetes. Doctor Andrew Orr has this serious warning for other parents. Read More

Chronic Fatigue – How It Can Be A Gynaecological Problem

If you're experiencing chronic fatigue, it may be assumed to be something like chronic fatigue syndrome. However, a study found some surprising results. Read More



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