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9 Tips to Prepare Mentally & Physically for Your IVF Journey

It’s been said that IVF is a marathon and not a sprint. Sprints rely on quick bursts of energy and thought and are over in seconds. A marathon, on the other hand, is long, arduous and calls on a lot more inner reserve, both physically and mentally. You may think you can’t go on, but […]

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Common Misconceptions About Fertility Health, Debunked

You can’t always trust what you read on the internet or what you hear from a well-intentioned family member, friend, coworker or stranger. Those statements are never more true than when you question your fertility health. So many misconceptions float around that we thought it was high time to debunk the worst of them, explain […]

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The Ultimate Guide to Nutritional Supplements for Improved Fertility

Fertility is a much more complex process than many people realize. In fact, unless you’re struggling with infertility, you probably wouldn’t give it a second thought. But for roughly one in five couples in the US, the act of conceiving a child is anything but easy. Basic biology teaches us that healthy sperm must meet […]

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5 Ways You Can Support Your Fertility Treatment

When you begin fertility treatment, it’s typically because your doctor, after evaluating you and your partner, found an issue that compromises normal fertility. Possibly it is male factor, female factor, a combination or there’s no known cause. Whatever the diagnosis, the fact remains you need treatment to conceive. This alone may cause feelings of frustration […]

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The Ultimate Guide to Your Diet on IVF

A healthy lifestyle is key to your overall wellbeing. Maintaining a health-focused diet wards off many chronic conditions such as high blood pressure, heart disease and diabetes. Additionally, fueling your body with healthy foods helps keep your body functioning at its best. That includes your reproductive system. When you’re faced with a diagnosis of infertility […]

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Dietary Factors to Reduce Miscarriage

Caring for your baby-to-be begins before you’re even pregnant. In fact, making sure that you and your partner are at your healthiest may even increase your odds for success, no matter your fertility treatment. A well-rounded, nutrition-centered diet is the best way to start.   Can Dietary Factors Prevent a Miscarriage? A recently published report […]

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What Are Some Natural Remedies to Improve My IVF Outcome

Successful IVF depends on many things. The quality of the eggs and sperm, the viability of the embryos and your body’s response throughout the entire IVF cycle all help determine the outcome. And between the doctor’s appointments, tests, ultrasounds, hormone injections and schedules you likely feel as though you don’t have any control. However, a […]

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8 Ways You Can Boost Your Fertility

After months of trying without success, you’re willing to try just about anything to increase your odds for conception. Naturally you should schedule a fertility evaluation with your doctor, but there are some things you can do that will boost your fertility naturally. Here’s our list of 8 medically approved ways you can boost your […]

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7 Ways to Boost Male Fertility

According to statistics published by the Office on Women’s Health, about 6 million, or 10%, of the female population of childbearing age, experience infertility. However, infertility is not just a “woman thing”. About a third of all diagnoses of infertility are male factor. That means the male partner experiences issues with sperm health, due to […]

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Steps You Can Take Today to Boost Your Fertility

As defined fertility is the ability to produce offspring. And the American College of Obstetricians & Gynecologists (ACOG) defines infertility as an inability to conceive after twelve consecutive months of trying through regular sexual intercourse without birth control or six months for those over 35. If you’re trying to conceive and not having any success […]

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