10 Things You Should Know about Getting Pregnant

Mar 02, 2010 | Fertility Care
Do you feel inadequate because "everyone you know" just looks at their husbands and gets pregnant? If you think about it, you don't have that many friends like that. So don’t feel like you’re alone - you aren't. It isn’t unusual for it to take up to 12 months to get pregnant If you’re an older mom-to-be or just have a feeling that something is wrong - consider seeing a fertility doc sooner than later (more…)

High amount of pollution = Increase in miscarriage risk

We are learning more and more  about the connection between environmental pollutants and fertility problems in both males and females. A recent study out of Brazil showed that women exposed to high levels of air pollution prior to conceiving had a much higher risk of miscarriage. What does this mean to us in the US? First of all, learn about the air quality in your area around the time you are planning on conceiving (more…)