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Here’s Why Women Should Consider Meditation

Your health, as well as the health of your growing baby, are the most important things to keep in mind while you are pregnant. Despite all the changes that your body is going through, both physically and mentally, you want to be at your healthiest to provide the utmost best environment and start for your baby. To be able to cope with the physical changes of pregnancy, you should consider med ... READ MORE

5 Tips to Ease Menopause Symptoms

Some midlife women experience five common symptoms that should not be ignored. It is always best to consult a trusted healthcare provider – NEVER DIAGNOSE YOURSELF.   MOOD CHANGES For some women, hormone fluctuations in perimenopause can create a feeling of being out of control. There have been reports of increased anxiety, irritability, fatigue, and blue moods. Stress-red ... READ MORE

Combating Perimenopause: Signs and Solutions

Mood swings – check. Short-term memory loss – check. Difficulty thinking straight – check.   These are just some of the common complaints by midlife women. While several of these symptoms are attributed to menopause, there are still other contributing factors to consider. Let us talk about them one-by-one.   HORMONES During a woman ... READ MORE

Dos and Don’ts: Preparing for Fertility Consultation

Dealing with infertility can be stressful, however, there are some things you should do to make your transition to your fertility doctor as stress-free and seamless as possible. Your fertility clinic might probably be very busy and while the staff is working relentlessly to ensure efficiency and accuracy, as with any type of medical care, it is important that you become your own advocate.   < ... READ MORE

Questions to Ask Your Fertility Clinic and Doctor

Are you suffering from infertility problems? It is important that you understand this: you are not alone. Even the healthiest couples can take several months to conceive. The diagnostic criteria for infertility require 6 months of trying for couples over the age of 35, and 12 months for trying for those who are under 35. This means that in most cases, a couple of months of trying an ... READ MORE

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