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Find My Fertility

Find my Fertility I am amazed at how many women do not understand the components of  systems that enable their fertility. They think they know how their menstrual cycle works but when you question them, they are not actually sure. Fertility is complex so it is no surprise that we often do not really understand […]

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Food for Fertility

We know that everything that we put in our mouths has an effect on our well being.  Every crumb is digested and broken down and sorted into mico nutrients feeding every cell in our body. Eggs and Sperm are both cells and need to be nourished for growth. When it comes to eating we need […]

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Should women be freezing their eggs?

The number of British women freezing their eggs has risen by 25% in the last few years, but is this a safeguard against fertility problems later on? There is no getting away from the fact that as we age so do our eggs, both the quality and quantity decline, freezing eggs is no guarantee of […]

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Fertility Checklist

Fertility Check list 1. Have you been to your GP? This should always be the first thing you do if you are having any difficulty conceiving. Hopefully your GP will be sympathetic and make sure he/she gives you the right tests, and if necessary refer you on to a Fertility Clinic. 2. Once you have […]

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Male Fertility

The role of men in fertility Statistics Fertility issues are extremely common with 1 in 6 couples experiencing difficulties, but what many people do not realise is that a third of these cases are due to male factors. Infertility is defined by not being able to conceive after a year if you are over 30 […]

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Look to your feet

Old wives tales can sometimes not be so daft as you think.  It is said that keeping your feet warm will help with conception. The ovary and uterus reflexes on your feet need to be keep warm, this encourages good blood flow to all the reproductive organs.   This is not just in Reflexology but […]

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