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What You Need to Know About Sexuality Health and Fertility

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Sexuality health problems are exacerbated by an infertility diagnosis. Any examination of a couple’s difficulty in conceiving must include overt and clear questioning about their sexual activity. In response to being unable to conceive, many people feel emotions such as anger, panic, despair, and grief, and these may have several effects on sexual activity. The stress of infertility and treatment may be a cause of sexual difficulties for both the prospective father and mother.

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Try This Smoothie Recipe to Help Boost Your Fertility

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Simply trying a delicious new smoothie recipe can serve as a natural fertility and attitude booster. You can increase your fertility by being proactive in improving your whole-body lifestyle. Eating healthy, staying active, and maintaining a positive attitude are the foundations of your plan to get pregnant.

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We Promote Sexual Health Awareness Week in September

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Making sexual health inclusive is the theme of this year’s National Sexual Health Week movement. Sexual health services and information – especially fertility evaluations – are very limited to the general public’s needs based on rapid societal changes. Greater inclusivity across the public sector is encouraged by our fertility specialists. We are sexual health and education professionals who want to share our knowledge and expertise. Sexual Health Week – Monday, September 16th through Sunday, September 22nd is a time we would like to provide you with useful resources to help protect your fertility.

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How to Reduce Your Cost and Discomfort With Our Mini-IVF™

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Our world-renowned Mini-IVF™ technology will reduce your cost and physical discomfort. Look: You will spend less on fertility medications because you will be prescribed lower dosages. The best part: You won’t have to produce the 10 to 15 eggs typically reached in a Conventional IVF Cycle. Bottom Line: A successful IVF pregnancy is no longer based on having a woman produce a large number of eggs in one cycle. You will only produce 3 to 5 high quality eggs.

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We Promote Yoga for Fertility Awareness in September

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September is a national observance designated by the Department of Health & Human Services officially as National Yoga Month. Why is this important? This movement is designed to educate the general public about the health benefits of yoga and to inspire a whole-body healthy lifestyle. Bottom Line: Being physically active is one of the most important steps you can take to get healthy – and stay healthy. Yoga for Fertility will help you feel better and improve your reproductive health. Women should take this time to be proactive by making their fertility health a priority and build positive health habits for life.

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We Promote Ovarian Cancer Awareness in September

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An ovarian cancer diagnosis means that a woman is faced with surgical removal of an ovary due to cancerous tumors. Did you know? An ovarian cancer diagnosis causes great concern to women in their prime reproductive years. Bottom line: Protecting a woman’s fertility in cases of ovarian cancer through fertility preservation technology must be promoted.

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