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Juliet Le Page qualified in 1989 from the Leeds College of Physiotherapy as a Chartered Physiotherapist and went on to work for many years in the National Health Service for hospitals and clinics throughout Edinburgh.  Her main areas of work and special interest during this time were Obstetrics and Gynaecology, including running ante-natal classes, and Out-Patient clinics where she saw many women both pre and post-natally.

She decided to enhance her knowledge on fertility to add to her physiotherapy skills and is now a qualified fertility awareness practitioner using the Billings Ovulation Method and sympto-thermal method (www.fertilityuk.org). 

She works closely with other specialists in the field of fertility which includes counsellors, nutritionists, acupuncturists, homeopaths, reflexologists, herbalists, dieticians and supports organisations helping people with fertility problems such as CRADLE (http://www.assistedconception.org/) and Infertility Network UK (Scotland).

Juliet is regularly interviewed for newspapers and magazines on matters concerning both natural and assisted conception and has also appeared on national and local radio, BBC News 24 and STV's 'The Hour'.

The mother of a little boy, conceived at the age of 46, and a little girl at age 49, both by egg donation, Juliet is ideally placed to understand the emotional and physical pressures of fertility and conception. 


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