In general, it's recommended to see an infertility specialist after 12 months of trying unsuccessfully to get pregnant if you are under 35 years of age or after 6 months if you are over 35 years of age. Many couples have a health history that … [Continue reading] about When should you see an infertility healthcare professional? Sooner rather than later
What is social egg freezing? Social egg freezing is a way to postpone motherhood due to career advancement, lack of a partner, or simply just not being ready to be a mother yet as opposed to freezing your eggs for medical reasons. In the past, egg … [Continue reading] about Should social egg freezing become the norm?
Until about 50 years ago the cesarean delivery rate was about 5%, but since the 1960s, it has steadily increased to about 1 in 3 now, though for the last 10 years that rate has remained steady. About 1/3 of cesarean sections are done in women who … [Continue reading] about Cesarean versus vaginal delivery – Which is best?
Two days ago, everyone’s favorite duchess, Kate Middleton gave birth to her third child. Seven hours later, to the amazement of moms everywhere, she emerged from the hospital, perfectly coiffed and ready to go home with her new son in tow, Prince … [Continue reading] about A Home Delivery in the Hospital: The Best of All Worlds; The Real Reason Why Kate Middleton Left The Hospital Just 7 Hours After Giving Birth
In order to get pregnant, the following has to happen: You must have regular sex during the fertile window as well as through the menstrual cycle, not too much or too little He has to have enough good quality and mobile sperm Her fallopian … [Continue reading] about What are our chances of conceiving?