Dear Ask the Midwife,
Dear Ask the Midwife,
Giuliana Rancic has breast cancer according to the buzz that aired on the Today Show Monday morning. Already struggling with her own fertility, this puts a new twist in her journey to parenthood.
Is making a baby taking longer than expected? Scientists have found that some men have a genetic change which makes them less fertile.
Researchers in Japan have used embryonic stem cells to grow healthy mouse sperm in laboratory conditions. This development could help human infertility!
Does anyone know if it's true that it takes a long time to get pregnant after using birth controle? I have been on birth controle for four years and recently went off of it. I heard that it can take more than a year to get pregnant after getting off birth controle
I'm Stacey. I've been married for three years to a wonderful, devoted man named Justin. I'm a 27 year old middle school English teacher who loves working with youth. I have recently been diagnosed with PCOS (Polycystic Ovarian Syndrome). My husband and I have been trying to conceive for two years. We knew as soon as we were married we wanted children.
Okay, so my hubby and I are trying for baby #2. We already have a healthy little girl that turns 2 next month, but it's time for her to have a sibling :) We were married 1 1/2 years before I got pregnant the first time and we weren't even trying. I just happened to forget my birth control (nuvaring) and OOPS, hehe, but I'm glad it happened. SO, this is the first time that I'm actually trying to get pregnant. It's so exciting, but nerve racking...I hate the waiting!
This question might be interesting for vegans consuming soy products, and generally people who eat soy and are trying to conceive a baby.
Connection between soy and infertility or decreased fertility is somehow cemented in my mind, I am not sure why, but there must be a reason, right?
So, I decided to make a little “research”, and in this article I have listed the main premises I have learned. I hope you will enjoy reading it, and perhaps learn something new.
Hi I am Kahliah and I am going to be starting the process to make a baby. I am will be 29 soon and I did want I wanted with my career but I forgot to have a baby?! LOL I am at the point in my life where I would like to have a child. I am about 80% ready. I am no longer looking for the right man of my dreams, now I am looking for the right sperm! :)
I am learning as much as I can about Artificial insemination before I take the leap. I have read more books then I wanted to on being a single mother. My mom was a single mother for most of my life and she did a good job.