If you’re trying to conceive, take a close look at dairy in your diet. More specifically, learn how full-fat dairy products such as homogenized milk, full-fat yogurt and high-fat cheese affects your ability to conceive. Dairy affects your monthly cycle, ovulatory fertility, and ability to get… Read More »How Full-Fat Milk Products Help You Get Pregnant
Period pain – menstrual cramps, bloating, stomachaches – isn’t just physically agonizing, it’s emotionally draining. These solutions will help soothe your whole body, mind and soul. Remember that every woman is different, and some solutions are more helpful for different women at different times of… Read More »10 Soothing Solutions for Painful Periods
You’ve been trying to conceive for months or even years – and it feels like forever! How do you cope when it’s taking too long to get pregnant? These tips will help you cope with disappointment, frustration and depression.
Irregular periods are caused by stress, unbalanced hormones, certain foods, and even the environment. Some things – like the environment – can’t be changed. If you’re worried about irregular periods, you can learn how to take control and make certain changes in your life.
A monthly period can make life uncomfortable, socially awkward and even physically painful – but menstruation is surprisingly good for a woman’s physical, mental, and emotional health! These benefits of having a period will make you happy to menstruate.
Eating disorders such as bulimia and anorexia nervosa affect every aspect of a woman’s health – including her fertility and ability to get pregnant. Can you get pregnant if you have an eating disorder? Do eating disorders such as bulimia and anorexia nervosa cause infertility?
Not being able to get pregnant or carry a baby to term is one of the saddest, most heartbreaking things for a woman. These ideas for coping when you can’t have children are from women who know how you feel. They, too, are living without the babies they longed to have.
When I was in my late 40s, my gynecologist suggested I get a hysterectomy. My periods were irregular but painful. It was a nuisance because I was spotting all the time. The doctor said it’s a simple surgery and I’d feel much better afterward. I scheduled the surgery without even wondering, “Do I really need a hysterectomy?