If you are struggling with infertility, you have probably asked your fertility specialist about many different types of fertility treatments. You might have even done research on them. But you may not be aware of minimal stimulation IVF, which is more commonly referred to as mini IVF.
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If you are at all familiar with fertility treatments, whether from personal experience, knowing someone who used one, or just hearing about them in the media, you have probably heard of in vitro fertilization (IVF). In vitro fertilization is one of the most commonly used assisted reproductive treatments.
Are you a younger woman who is sure she wants children but can’t imagine having them now? Or are you facing an illness that may render you unable to have biological children but would like to preserve that chance? Then you might want to look into freezing your eggs. In recent years this has become a popular topic among women who want families, but the timing doesn’t seem right at the time when their bodies are most fertile. If you think you might be interested, check out this information on egg freezing.
Any time the decision is made to add a member to the family, it is more than reasonable to expect that a few (or maybe more) lifestyle changes will need to occur. What often gets overlooked is the lifestyle changes that need to occur while trying to conceive in the first place.
When most people hear the term infertility, they assume it means difficulty or the inability to bear children. What many don’t realize is that those who may have already birthed a child are not necessarily immune from fertility challenges.
If you are trying to conceive, social media can be a double-edged sword. Pregnancy announcements, weekly bump updates and newborn photos can trigger a variety of emotions. While course you are happy for your friends and family members who are realizing their dreams of starting a family, it doesn’t make it any less difficult to see these if you are facing the challenges of infertility.
From understanding the causes and undergoing treatment to navigating loss, many couples grapple with the roller coaster of emotions that come along with infertility. While in the early stages this can take quite a toll and even be pretty scary, it doesn’t have to be faced alone and there are options in place.
Having a child is an exciting, beautiful, and sometimes scary experience. Whether it’s your first, second, third, or even your seventh, the excitement and nervousness never really seems to fade.
Maybe you’re a young woman hoping to get pregnant, or, perhaps, already a parent hoping to have another amazing child running around the house filling it with laughter. No matter what the situation is, wanting to have a child is a magical thing and it takes dedication and passion to make happen. But, what if that hard work could all be in vain thanks to your eyeshadow, shampoo or hand lotion? If this sounds startling, you’re correct—it is.
We’ve all heard the old saying ‘beauty is pain’ before, but what if your personal care and beauty products are affecting your fertility? The truth is that some of the products you probably have at this very moment may contribute to infertility. So, how do you tell if the beauty and personal care products you use are safe or harmful to your reproductive health?
The answer is simple; check the ingredients lists. If any of the products you currently use have one or more of the things listed below, it’s time to toss it and choose a better and healthier option.
Topics: infertility awareness
In 2015, the most recent year for which data is available, nearly 73,000 babies were born in the United States with the help of assisted reproductive technology (ART). In vitro fertilization, commonly known as IVF, is one of the oldest and most frequently used ART procedures.
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