• 06 DEC 13
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    Nut Recipe for Sperm Health

    Nut Recipe for Sperm Health

    Yes, I said that on purpose. Let’s move on. Last night as I was cleaning the kitchen, I came across bags of random nuts that I had yet to do anything with.  While kind of bland on their own, I wanted to spruce them up for something yummy.  Not only is this a great, blood

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    • 20 JAN 13
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    Protected: Number One Complaint

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    • 20 JAN 14
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    Natural Conception After Failed IVF

    Natural Conception After Failed IVF

    Many couples turn to in vitro fertilization (IVF) when struggling with infertility only to find their attempts at pregnancy unsuccessful. The American Pregnancy Association states that in the United States, the live birth rate for each IVF cycle started is approximately: 30-35% for women under age 35 25% for women ages 35-37 15-20% for women

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    • 13 MAY 14
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    Link Between Stress and Infertility

    Link Between Stress and Infertility

    Keeping stress levels as low as possible while trying to conceive is not a new idea but it can be a difficult one. For woman anticipating pregnancy, the impact of negative pregnancy tests can leave them feeling more and more stress with each passing month  A recent study done in the United States took a

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    • 08 OCT 13
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    Is there a link between your fatigue and fertility health?

    Is there a link between your fatigue and fertility health?

    Now this may seem strange.  Fertility health being related to fatigue?  I mean, isn’t everyone fatigued, how can this remotely be an issue? It’s actually an important symptom as it relates to fertility health.  Traditional medicine typically may dismiss fatigue as a normal thing.  Have you ever heard “you’re just getting older”, or “you just

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    • 25 SEP 13
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    Intestinal Symptoms Related to Fertility?

    Intestinal Symptoms Related to Fertility?

    When I bring up the point that intestinal problems can be related to infertility, I get a lot of “yeah right” stares.  Now, before I get another, or before you click to a new article, let me explain further. If you’ve read my recent articles, I’ve talked about a hormone that our body makes called cortisol.  We

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