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Fertility Health

The Latest Articles About Fertility Health


While having a baby with PCOS may be difficult it isn’t impossible. Experts in the PCOS field share tips on trying to conceive with PCOS in this article by Theralogix.

Trying to Conceive with PCOS: Experts Share Their Advice

Polycystic Ovary Syndrome (PCOS) is a complex metabolic, reproductive, and endocrine disorder. It is estimated that up to 10% of women in the U.S. have PCOS, and it is considered one of the leading causes of female infertility.  Naturally, if …

Male infertility is a more common than you think. Get the facts about male fertility in the Balanced Living Blog titled Your Guide to Male Fertility Supplements.

Your Guide to Male Fertility Supplements

Many couples who have a difficult time conceiving often discover that the male partner’s sperm health may be, at least, partially contributing. Whether an underlying, correctable cause is found or not, there are several types of male fertility supplements that …

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What Fertility Specialists Say About Preparing for Treatment

It’s no secret that nutrition and lifestyle choices can have a big impact on your fertility.  At Theralogix, our registered dietitians are asked every day for tips on how to improve ones’ fertility.  So, we decided to go to fertility …

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Top 5 Supplements for Fertility After 35

If you are trying to conceive and you’re over 35, you’re certainly not alone. The number of women having their first baby at age 35 or older rose 23% from 2000 to 2014 and is likely even higher today.  Although …

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Secondary Infertility and What To Consider

If you conceived easily in the past, and have had a successful pregnancy at least once, you may assume that having another will also happen easily. So, it can be a shock when you start trying and can’t get pregnant …

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What Is PCOS? How Can You Get Help?

Because symptoms of polycystic ovarian syndrome (PCOS) vary substantially, it can make receiving a diagnosis difficult for many women. If you have PCOS or think you might have PCOS, it can be confusing. It may also lead you to ask …