Achieve Fertility Wellness With These Healthy Habits

When it comes to fertility wellness, taking care of your body is essential. But it's not just about eating right and exercising; it's also about finding ways to boost your energy while maintaining healthy habits. In this blog post, we'll explore some tips for renewed energy and healthy habits to help you achieve optimal fertility wellness in 2023. Fertility Boosting... read more »

Many People Around the World Are Affected by Infertility During Their Lifetime

National Infertility Awareness Week (NIAW) and World Infertility Awareness Month (WIAW) are two important events that occur annually in the month of April. These events aim to raise awareness about infertility, its causes, and its effects on individuals and couples. If you are currently struggling with infertility, you are not alone. This life-changing condition affects millions of people worldwide. According... read more »

Why Endometriosis Awareness Month Is Important to Your Fertility Health

March is officially Endometriosis Awareness Month, thanks to its inception by the Endometriosis Association in 1993. As news promoting education, fundraising, marches and social media events make their way around the globe, you can learn about this serious health condition so you can make informed decisions around your own fertility health. Did you know that endometriosis afflicts around 200 million... read more »

Deciding Which Embryo To Transfer for In Vitro Fertilization (IVF)

When it comes to In Vitro Fertilization (IVF) success, people often wonder how the best embryo is chosen. According to the American Society for Reproductive Medicine, choosing the best quality embryo to transfer is determined in large part by the laboratory as it grades every embryo depending on how it looks. Taken into consideration are the number (and size) of... read more »

What a Woman Should Know About Her Cervical Health and Fertility

If you are a woman, your cervix is that unique donut-shaped canal linking your uterus to your vagina. It is approximately 4 cm long and when you are ready for childbirth, will open to 10 cm, allowing your baby safe passage into the world. As you can imagine, your cervix's healthy function is crucial to fertility and childbirth. Located at... read more »

Giving Yourself the Gift of Fertility Preservation Now for Healthy Conception Later

Sometimes women have circumstances where they want to set aside their eggs now to create a pregnancy at a later date, through a process called fertility preservation. This is a way to extend your fertility window and provide fertility options in the future. The reason for doing this is varied; sometimes a medical condition like cancer can lead to the... read more »

Helping You Understand the Link Between Mental Health and Infertility

For millions of people struggling with infertility, a toll is taken on their mental health as expectations go unmet. Around 15% of couples face infertility which often leads to anxiety and emotional distress in both men and women experiencing deep feelings of grief and loss. Undergoing medical treatment, the ongoing toll of expenses and the general uncertainty surrounding the outcome... read more »

October Is Breast Cancer Awareness Month and We’re Looking at Fertility and Metastatic Breast Cancer

Did you know that for people in the United States it is estimated that 43,780 people (43,250 women and 530 men) will die from breast cancer in 2022 alone? Or that around 9% of all new breast cancer cases in the country are found in women younger than 45? And that around 170,000 people in the U.S. are currently living... read more »

You Can Still Get Pregnant While Having Polycystic Ovary Syndrome (PCOS)

If you are having trouble conceiving, you might have polycystic ovary syndrome (PCOS), which is actually a fairly common component for disrupting a woman's potential fertility. This medical condition interferes with normal ovulation, lowers the quality of your eggs, and even lessens your womb's ability to successfully receive an implantation. PCOS also contributes to miscarriage.   But the good news is,... read more »

What Does It Mean When a Woman Experiences Premature Ovarian Failure?

If you are a woman in good health, your ovaries are designed to regularly produce a hormone called estrogen. This vital hormone works by controlling your menstrual periods while ensuring fertility if you want to get pregnant. As you would expect, as you age there comes a point where your ovaries will eventually stop producing this important hormone. Premature Ovarian... read more »