Boosting Your Fertility
Get expert tips on simple ways that you can make the most of your fertile days.
It's an aspect of our health that most of us take for granted: Have sex, get pregnant, right? In reality, even minor stressors can throw your body out of whack. If you're trying to conceive, these simple health moves can help protect your fertility.
New research looks at the link between male sleep patterns and fertility, and the results are eye-opening to say the least!
What you should know about the odds of getting pregnant.
Dr. Obosa Osawe suggests 5 ways to boost fertility and get pregnant faster.
When you're having trouble trying to conceive, your emotions are running high, and that can leave you feeling alone and confused when you start to think about what's next. So we asked Ali Domar, Ph.D., a professor of Ob-gyn and Reproductive Biology at Harvard Medical School and the Director of Mind/Body Services at Boston IVF, to reveal the top nine dos and don'ts of fertility to clear up any confusion.
Alexandra Sowa, M.D., a doctor of internal medicine and a mom, shares 6 common fertility mistakes women make, from waiting until they're pregnant to start taking prenatal vitamins to missing their ovulation window.
These simple tips can make a big difference in the baby-making department!
Trying to conceive doesn't have to be boring. Here's how to shake things up.
Follow Dr. Obosa Osawe's advice, and avoid making these five common mistakes when trying to get pregnant.
Can excess stress keep you from getting pregnant? Read about the surprising links between stress, anxiety, and infertility -- and what you can do about it.
Being overweight? STDs? Thyroid disease? These and other conditions affect not just your health, but also your chances of getting pregnant.
For women who want to become pregnant--but not just yet!-- oocyte cryopreservation, or egg freezing, can seem like an effective way to cheat your biological clock. But what's really involved? These are five things you need to keep in mind if you're considering putting your eggs on ice.
A new study is looking at whether lycopene, the antioxidant found in tomatoes, can increase a man's sperm quality in addition to sperm count.
Embryo donation allows those struggling with fertility to use frozen embryos from other couples to start families."
The number on the scale may play a surprising role in your pregnancy timetable, according to a new study about obesity and infertility.
If you and your partner are trying to conceive, you may want him to check the label on his sunscreen.
Introducing or increasing these foods in your diet could help you conceive a baby. Try eating a little more whole wheat bread or choosing dark leafy greens for your salad!