Is your lifestyle hurting your fertility?

It’s no secret that fertility and health have a relationship. While we’re not about to tell you what you should eat, weigh or bench-press, we do have some guidelines that you may find helpful to help to make sure you’re in optimal health when trying to conceive. If you are thinking about having a baby

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Understanding Folic Acid: what, when and why?

When you take a leap in your life, it’s understood that you begin to subconsciously take more notice of the relevant things around us. For example, when trying for a baby, it’s difficult to miss announcements of pregnancy on Facebook, sales on baby strollers or the inundation of ads on TV for folic acid supplements.

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IVF – where has it come from and where will it go?

IVF has come a long way since the early 1970’s when it all really began, but how did it get to where it is today, and where will we see it go What is IVF, and where did it come from? In 1934, a paper published by Harvard University suggested the possibility that mammal eggs

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Looking After You: 7 ways to de-stress while trying for a baby

Trying for a baby can be, well, trying. If you’ve been trying for a baby without success, high stress levels may contribute to an irregular cycle making it difficult to make the most of your fertile days. It can be easy at times to think there aren’t enough hours in the day, but most people

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Let’s talk about male fertility

  When generally speaking about infertility, the focus is often on female factors, however the reality is – it takes two to tango! After a female’s age, male factor infertility is the second most common reason a couple may have difficulty conceiving. So ladies, make sure you forward this on to your fellas so they

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