Stress in small amounts can be a good thing. Stress can cause us to complete tasks with a higher sense of urgency when approaching a deadline. Chronic stress, on the other hand, can negatively impact physical and mental health. Stress is more likely … [Read more...] about Stress and Women’s Health
Many feel alone when they are faced with the trials of infertility. It can help women and men to hear others' journeys and pathways when faced with infertility. It is important to remove the stigma and help hold up the people in our community that … [Read more...] about Spread the Word to Help Others
About 12 to 13 couples out of 100 in the United States will have trouble conceiving. Infertility means that you have had unprotected, regular sex for at least six months to a year and can’t get pregnant. Other factors may apply as well, like age. … [Read more...] about How Do I Know If I Am Infertile?
Deciding to have a baby can be exciting! It can also be overwhelming. Some couples are not sure where to begin when they want to conceive. Others may have difficulty with fertility. There are many things to consider before you begin trying for a … [Read more...] about What Should I Do If I Want to Get Pregnant?
Approximately 6.1 million American women experience infertility. That equals around 10% of females in the U.S. who are in their childbearing years. Out of those, around 25% are infertile for multiple reasons. Common causes can be age, blocked tubes, … [Read more...] about Trouble Getting Pregnant?
Endometriosis affects 176 million women across the globe. This condition occurs when tissue that normally grows on the inside of the uterus forms on the outside. It’s usually located on the fallopian tubes, ovaries, and around the uterus. The … [Read more...] about Endometriosis