So a couple of days later I picked up the "short profiles" from the RE's office. There wasn't much information to go on -- height, weight, skin color, eye color, ethnicity. Because we are Jewish, we wanted a Jewish donor. (Interestingly, Rabbis recommend that Jewish couples choose non-Jewish donors, to ensure that they will never marry half siblings, based on the thought that Jews only marry Jews. In fact, at least fifty per cent of Jews marry outside the religion, and we wanted…Continue
If you are currently in treatment for infertility, you may find yourself at a crossroads, wondering what is the best next step toward building your family. Perhaps your partner has an extremely low sperm count, and you’ve been advised that intercourse and even intrauterine insemination (IUI) probably won’t get you…Continue
By Lindsey Elling
For many women attempting to get pregnant, the diagnosis of polycystic ovary syndrome, better known as PCOS, is devastating. PCOS is the most common type of infertility issue in women,…Continue
While scientific research can be a helpful way of assessing a treatment course, ultimately every woman and every couple trying to conceive are unique in terms of their challenges and their lifestyle so what works for some may not work for others and vice versa. The real test of any treatment is: does it work for the individual?
This is also important to remember as many Western doctors are educated and very supportive of Chinese medicine while others don’t have a lot…Continue
(Sale Has Expired) Don't miss out! $450 worth of fertility health and lifestyle information for the insanely low price of $34.95! Start your fertility on the right foot by educating yourself and learning how to set the best stage for baby-to-be. Along with the ebooks you'll get 12 recipe ebooks, 2 ebooks that speak to the heart of infertility, and 6 ebooks on pregnancy and birth. This is something not to miss and this amazing sale ends May…Continue
If you have infertility, you may be asking yourself, “Should I move on to a first (or second) cycle of IVF treatment” or “How likely will IVF work for me with my own eggs?”
How likely you are to get pregnant with IVF depends on your personal fertility factors, some of which may hurt your chances and others which may increase your chances for IVF success. Infertility doctors have long understood that your age is important when predicting how likely you are to get…Continue
(Sale Closed) Our friend Donielle over at Naturally Knocked Up graciously us to participate in this exciting Natural Fertility eBook bundle. What is an ebook you ask? Well it's basically an electronic book you read through any electronic device. You don't need an iPad or Kindle for this one. As long as you have Acrobat to read a PDF you can easily view tons of amazing ebooks filled with information related to a natural approach to fertility.
Bridge To Baby's ebook…Continue
So last I left you, I was vacuuming my living room, wondering how I would ever become a mother. It was a time without Internet, so I couldn't just find people like you online, people who had already been through this or who were going through this right now. It was just me and my husband. At least, it felt that way.
We started really talking that afternoon about what we wanted. We knew we would not remain child-free, which is, of course, a perfectly good choice…Continue