While there’s no single guaranteed indicator of fertility (and remember, it takes good healthy sperm, too!), here are seven things to look out for.
“I remember feeling excited and scared at the same time, and trying to be hopeful but not to get my hopes up too high.”
We get it—remembering to take your prenatal vitamin daily isn’t always easy. But it is important. Here’s why.
We often talk about antioxidants in relation to health and wellness—but what are they? And how does oxidative stress impact your fertility?
When DNA strands are damaged, it's called sperm DNA fragmentation and they can affect sperm quality and directly impact the ability of the sperm to fertilize an egg.
Choline is an important nutrient during the prenatal period, pregnancy and postpartum. Yet most people don’t get enough Choline from their diets alone.
To help you get your best results possible from egg freezing, focus on improving your egg health and quality in the three to four months before your egg-retrieval.
The lead-up to your first fertility appointment can be both an exciting and anxiety-inducing time.To help you avoid feeling overwhelmed, here are what questions to ask during your first fertility appointment.
The postpartum period requires recovery and a lot of adjustment, because though you might not be pregnant anymore, your hormones are still fluctuating and your lifestyle is changing.