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Like Mother, Like Daughter? My Mom Had Early Menopause. Should I be worried?

Menopause is a natural function that starts when a woman begins experiencing changes to her menstrual cycle. Periods may be shorter with minimal flow or last longer and produce a heavy flow. As menopause progresses and hormone levels fluctuate you will experience other symptoms, most notably hot flashes, insomnia, night sweats and fatigue. While these […]

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Benefits of Freezing My Eggs in My 20s

Egg freezing is a way for women who are healthy and have a fair reserve of viable, high quality eggs to extend their fertility. Once reserved for those dealing with a condition which would compromise their reproductive health, such as cancer, sickle cell anemia, autoimmune disease or gender diversity, egg freezing is now mainstream care […]

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What is the Process of Becoming a Surrogate?

Becoming a surrogate is a gift that has no equal. You’re bringing a biological child into the world for parents who otherwise would have no option. This life-altering decision affects you and the parents you are helping. Your role in creating family requires selflessness, strength and a commitment that is sometimes challenging but always rewarding. […]

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Should I Consider Freezing my Eggs?

Having a child is a highly personal decision. Planning when you have that child is equally personal. You and your partner, or you on your own, know timing is everything. As life and its demands intervene, you hit the pause button on starting a family. Unfortunately, Mother Nature doesn’t always cooperate and as your biological […]

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Undergoing Fertility Preservation Before Your Cancer Treatment

A cancer diagnosis is devastating and very scary no matter what the circumstances. As you prepare for treatment and give your all to battling this disease your future fertility is likely low-priority. But, depending on where you at in your life, considerations for your fertility and goals for having children in the future are part […]

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How much is too much: Exercise and Fertility

Everyone knows being active and having a regular, healthy way to blow off steam is beneficial in many ways. Working out not only improves your physical health but aids in maintaining a positive attitude. Consistent exercise makes you stronger, more resilient and less likely to succumb to chronic conditions later in life. Exercise and a […]

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WHAT IS THE BEST FERTILITY SUPPLEMENT?  

It seems as though nutrition and wellness is on the minds of everyone these days, especially those who are planning to conceive. Proper nourishment is key to the healthy development of your unborn child, but it’s also essential to your own health during pregnancy. You’re getting ready for the marathon of a lifetime and you […]

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What Everyone Should Know About Fertility Preservation

Fertility preservation is a term used to describe specific options for treatment available to those individuals and couples who want the opportunity to have a baby at a later date. Fertility preservation is extremely useful for those who are faced with the possibility of losing their ability to procreate. The preservation of sperm, eggs and […]

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Should You Avoid Sports During Fertility Treatment

People participate in sports for many different reasons. Competition can be a fun way to challenge yourself to do better, athletic endeavors offer a great way to stay fit, and slamming a tennis ball over the net or making that perfect drive onto the green just feels good. Whether you’re a seasoned athlete or weekend […]

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Immune Problems in Infertility

Dysfunction of the immune system can wreak havoc on your body’s finely tuned system of checks and balances. In the case of autoimmune diseases the immune system goes into overtime, and your body begins to attack, and destroy, its own healthy tissue. When your immune system is deficient your body’s natural defenses are compromised, and […]

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