Setting goals will help you enhance your fertility by allowing you to take control of your situation. Together, we can devise a personal plan in which you can make the necessary changes on your fertility journey to optimize your success. We can help you make sense of an overwhelming diagSetting goals will help you enhance your fertility by allowing you to take control of your situation. Together, we can devise a personal plan in which you can make the necessary changes on your fertility journey to optimize your success. We can help you make sense of an overwhelming diagnosis and set you on the path to success.nosis and set you on the path to success.
Doctors have been telling men for years that smoking, drinking and recreational drugs can lower the quality of their sperm. What doctors should probably add is that the health of unborn children can be affected by what and how much men eat; the toxins they absorb; the traumas they endure; their poverty or powerlessness; and their age.
Steve Majors of Family Equality Council says many young gay men once believed living openly gay meant not having children. But with the rise of same-sex marriage, gay men have pioneered the use of reproductive technology to have children. He says single gay men now show up at parenting seminars, wanting to learn more about starting a family.
Hoping to win at Baby Roulette? Before you and your partner toss the birth control in the trash and embark on any serious babymaking efforts, you’ve got some important decisions to make.The choices you make right now are every bit as important to your future baby’s health and well-being as the decisions you make after the pregnancy test comes back positive.
In some instances from the research, the parents had had another child previously using in vitro fertilization (IVF) — while in other cases the couple had a baby even after an unsuccessful experience with IVF. “Most infertile couples think that they are unable to conceive spontaneously whereas our study shows (this) remains possible.”
The Other Baby Book guides new and expecting mamas on a journey past “shoulds” and “musts,” back to the heart of true joy and connection. In this well-researched, yet conversational guide to baby’s first year, Massaro and Katz throw off the shackles of profit-driven companies and popular yet potentially harmful baby-rearing practices.
Obese women trying to get pregnant via in vitro fertilization (IVF) may have a much harder time doing so than women of normal weight, according to a new study conducted by researchers from Brigham and Women’s Hospital. The study suggests that obese women are up to half as likely as non-obese women to become pregnant using IVF.
In the nearly 30 years since Louise Brown made history as the first test-tube baby, more than one million infants have been conceived by means of in vitro fertilization. Assisted reproductive technologies continue to advance, but increasingly they are pushing against one of nature’s great barriers to fertility: maternal age.