It’s easy to play down early signs as “another crampy period!” Then, you are allowing the condition to get a lot worse.
While you might’ve heard in passing that oysters are aphrodisiacs, there are also a ton of other less-exotic foods rumored to have aphrodisiac qualities that you probably eat every day (no offense to the daily oyster crowd).
Spring has arrived, along with National Infertility Awareness Week, and everyone is in spring cleaning mode. This is also a great time to look to your own body to clean out some cobwebs.
March is Endometriosis Awareness Month. Endometriosis is a condition too often overlooked given the serious damage it can cause women.
If you’ve ever wondered if certain lifestyle choices can impact fertility, the answer is a resounding yes. It may not be the only factor involved, but “when it comes to lifestyle and boosting your fertility, there are both things to do and things not to do,” Marta Montenegro, a Florida-based nutrition fertility lifestyles specialist at IVFMD, tells Bustle.