If you’re trying to make a baby, you’ll need to have sex, obviously. But are some positions better than others? Many ob-gyns are skeptical, and there’s scant science proving that one position will lead to more pregnancy success.
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R had a difficult time conceiving her first child until she learned she had an autoimmune condition, and when that was treated, she got pregnant quickly.
Surrogacy is a hot topic right now thanks to a certain reality TV family (if you’re just back from another planet, Kim Kardashian West and Kanye West welcomed their third child, daughter Chicago West, via surrogate on Jan. 15, 2018, and are already rumored to be thinking of adding to their brood).
From an early age, women are conditioned to believe that not only are thin bodies more “attractive” than fat bodies, but that being thin is a clear indicator that a person is healthy and in excellent shape.
As is the case with many health concerns, how to know if you polycystic ovary syndrome (PCOS) can be difficult to tell on your own, unless you know exactly what to look for. And even then, signs of this hormonal and reproductive disorder can be easy to miss.
EVERY PREGNANCY COMES WITH RISK, BUT FOR WOMEN OVER 35, THERE’S A BIT MORE TO THINK ABOUT. HERE’S HOW ADVANCED MATERNAL AGE CAN AFFECT YOU AND BABY.
Should you pass on your dark roasted cup of coffee? Switch your “joe” for The Queen of England’s favorite beverage? When filling out any nutritional-lifestyle questionnaire, chances are that somewhere in the dietary intake section this question arises: how many cups of coffee do you drink a day? Inevitably, you wonder if answering three cups will […]
By Marta Montenegro The couple that decides upon in vitro fertilization (IVF) to make their dreams of a family come true have so much to think about. But something important you may have overlooked throughout the process are your sleep patterns. You may already be among the statistics from the National Sleep Foundation in which 30% to 40% […]
Your doctor usually orders the standard tests to rule out possible causes of infertility, but one is often left out: lipid panel, or in less fancy terminology, cholesterol. If you don’t remember the last time your doctor mentioned your cholesterol numbers, and you are now facing fertility issues, it is high time to check your […]
Can probiotics increase your fertility? It may be! Those extra pounds around your middle may not only upset you when trying to fit into your favorite jeans, but they also may be upsetting your motherhood dreams. We now know that the extra fat is not just excess tissue sitting harmless around your belly, but rather […]