Polycystic ovary syndrome (PCOS) is the most common endocrine problem in women, affecting 5 to 7.5 percent of reproductive-aged women. It's only in the past decade that ideas about its causes and treatment are being pieced together. Read on and learn how it is diagnosed and treated.
Fertility Issues & Erectile Dysfunction
Once you realize that getting pregnant and having babies isn't going to "come naturally" to you, fear can start creeping up your spine like a million spiders. Fear of failure, fear of a miscarriage...you have to be willing to risk it all, dive in headfirst and pray that in the end you will have a little bundle of joy to love and raise.
There is no simple solution for decreasing the emotional pain of child loss, especially during a holiday such as Mother's Day that is specifically designed to honor mothers. A mother can, however, make some preparations for that day in an attempt to work through her grief rather than facing this holiday with an anticipated dread.
While there are numerous causes of infertility in both women and men, there are some technique that increase your chances of getting pregnant. Have you tried these tips shared by Dr. Moore?
It all started with Emilee getting sick mid September. Long story short, she ended up being hospitalized on September 28th. After all the stress that night, I found I was getting my period. It was kind of the straw that broke the camels back. I just lost it.
Researchers from Magee-Womens Research Institute in Pittsburgh revealed that at least one type of menstrual-related disorder linked to infertility may be the result of stress -- and resolving that stress could return reproductive functions to normal.