Amanda Prentice prayed for years that she and her husband would become pregnant, but she never got to enjoy that excitement of seeing two lines appear on a pregnancy test or seeing her growing baby on an ultrasound. Instead, after struggling for four years with what she thought was infertility, one day she woke up, and there was her baby girl — the one she had unknowingly delivered — waiting for her. [Read more...]
My Name Is Cassie I am 27 years old and have been married to my amazing husband Jeremy for 8 wonderful years, been together 12 years. We knew when we first met that we wanted to have a family of our own and we waiting a LONG and Treacherous 10 years until we were ready and steady for a family. [Read more...]
March is National Endometriosis Month
By Treacy Colbert
Women frequently learn that they have endometriosis only after seeking help for infertility. Two women who are having trouble getting pregnant may both have the condition, but it can manifest itself very differently. One woman may have abdominal pain, lower back pain, pain with intercourse, irregular bleeding, or diarrhea and constipation, while another may have no symptoms. [Read more...]
AAP February 15, 2012 10:09AM
BEING exposed to cigarette smoke as a baby or foetus could reduce a female’s fertility, new Australian research has found.
The three-year study examined the effect that three chemicals found in cigarettes had on ovarian development and egg fertilisation. [Read more...]
About half of women who have failed to become pregnant after a year may become mothers without getting treatment during the second year, findings suggest.
A long-term study of 1,400 Australian women between the ages of 28 and 36 revealed that the number of women who got pregnant without treatment after a year of infertility is higher than previous estimates. [Read more...]
How the sunshine vitamin can help boost fertility
Couples trying for a baby should take a sunshine holiday – and not just because it may put them in a more romantic mood.
Sunlight boosts fertility in both men and women by increasing their levels of vitamin D, a study has found.
Known as the sunshine vitamin, vitamin D is also key to balancing sex hormones in women and improving sperm count in men, according to researchers. [Read more...]
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