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How to Buy Fertility Medications on the Internet – Safely

Buying fertility medications online can be cheaper than in person. Here’s how to SAFELY buy fertility medications on the internet – I compiled a list of FDA-approved tips to help you avoid scams and dangerous drugs. FertiliTea: A Natural Fertility Tea Blend is a fertility supplement, not… Read More »How to Buy Fertility Medications on the Internet – Safely

Can’t Conceive? 4 Reasons to Find a Fertility Specialist ASAP

If you can’t conceive a baby and haven’t found a fertility specialist, you must read these reasons you need to go to a fertility clinic ASAP. Finding a fertility specialist often isn’t the first thing couples do when they can’t conceive –- and that’s a mistake.… Read More »Can’t Conceive? 4 Reasons to Find a Fertility Specialist ASAP

Male Infertility Rates Increasing – Why Sperm Counts Are Low

Research shows male infertility rates are increasing and sperm counts are low. Here’s why sperm health and male fertility is decreasing, and what you can do about it…

“The important impact of men’s reproductive health on a couple’s fertility is often overlooked,” said Professor Niels Skakkebæk from the University of Copenhagen, who co-authored a report on male infertility rates. “Women postponing motherhood have reduced fertility, and we now see that poor sperm may be making it even harder to conceive. While poor sperm may be part of the reason more couples are using IVF (in vitro fertilization), it may also be making those therapies less successful.”

The bad news is male fertility rates and infertility treatments are making it harder to get pregnant. The good news is there are things you can do to increase sperm counts! To learn how to get pregnant, read Making Babies: A Proven 3-Month Program for Maximum Fertility.

And, here’s a summary of this report on male fertility rates…Read More »Male Infertility Rates Increasing – Why Sperm Counts Are Low

Trying to Have a Baby – When Should I Get Fertility Help?

On this fertility website, a common question is, “Help! I’m trying to have a baby. How can I get pregnant fast?” But, “When should I get fertility help?” is not a common question – and it should be!

Here’s an example of what I keep getting asked:

“We’ve been trying to have a baby for 2.5 years, and we have still not conceived. Do you think there could be a problem with me getting pregnant? I’m really worried about this as there has been a lot of problems in my family with conceiving babies and staying pregnant. How do I get pregnant?”

How can I answer that question? She — and all men and women who are trying to have a baby — need to talk to a doctor in person! New research shows that nearly half of fertility patients waited too long before getting help with getting pregnant. If you’re trying to have a baby, go see a doctor or fertility specialist. Don’t wait until years have passed – because it can take years to get pregnant, even with help from a fertility treatment center.

If you’re trying to get pregnant, learn as much as you can about having a baby by reading books like Taking Charge of Your Fertility: The Definitive Guide to Natural Birth Control, Pregnancy Achievement, and Reproductive Health (it’s been the most popular guide to getting pregnant on Amazon for years). And, make sure you know why you need to get help sooner rather than later!

Here’s a summary of research that explains why getting pregnancy help early is so important…Read More »Trying to Have a Baby – When Should I Get Fertility Help?

Follicle Stimulating Hormone (FSH) and Getting Pregnant

Knowing how Follicle Stimulating Hormone (FSH) affects getting pregnant may help you conceive faster. This explanation of Follicle Stimulating Hormone (FSH) and fertility includes tips for increasing this hormone, which is found in both males and females.

According to WebMD, the amounts of FSH and other hormones (luteinizing hormone, estrogen, and progesterone) are measured in both men and women to determine why the couple can’t get pregnant (infertility). Knowing FSH levels can help determine if the man or woman have issues that are preventing pregnancy.

If you’re trying to get pregnant naturally, make sure you’re eating the right foods! Nutrition and food intake can have a dramatic effect on whether you conceive a baby. For help, read Cooking to Conceive: Fertility-Boosting Foods & Recipes to Help You Get Pregnant.

And, here’s how Follicle Stimulating Hormone (FSH) can affect pregnancy…Read More »Follicle Stimulating Hormone (FSH) and Getting Pregnant