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November 15, 2018

Miscarriages, besides being emotionally draining for any couple who have experienced one, are common and often not well understood. They occur in up to 25% of couples. Most are actually caused by chromosome problems with the egg or embryo and have no real treatment.

Other miscarriage causes include older moms and dads, st...

September 2, 2018

After miscarriage many couples want to get pregnant again, soon. It's important that you understand your body, your emotions, and the fact that it is unlikely your health or your health behaviors caused the miscarriage.

1. Whatever the cause research says it's unlikely that the medical issue will recur and you should just...

April 8, 2018

1. Stop smoking!

If you want a baby, both of you need to put out the cigarettes. Smoking is the least recognized, but possibly the most easily correctable contribution to infertility. Recent studies of infertility shows that even passive smoking affects your ability to get pregnant.  Luckily second hand smoke has been eli...

March 27, 2018

Improve Your Semen Quality With Vitamins and Anti-Oxidants!

For the most part, relax, enjoy, have sex when you want to. If you haven't gotten pregnant in 3-6 months, then something may be amiss and you both may want to consult the gyno.

Some preparation is necessary! Make sure you are in good health. Make sure you don't hav...

January 11, 2018

Women don't (as often) miss the fact that they are pregnant. The over the counter pregnancy tests are very accurate and easy to come by. But determining whether the pregnancy is healthy, or even in the uterus, often will require a visit to the physician.

1. If you have symptoms of pelvic pain, the visit should be arranged...

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