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Foods To Increase Fertility

Posted on November 13, 2019

These days we have a HUGE amount of scientific research telling us which nutrients are important for fertility: Omega 3 Fatty acids, folate, zinc, selenium, iron, vitamin E, just to name a few! But we eat FOOD, not nutrients, so part of my job as dietitian is helping translate this scientific research into to practical … Continue reading

Why Do Couples With Infertility Need To Have A Karyotype Done?

Karyotype testing for men and women suffering infertility can provide extremely useful information that helps your doctor to get to the bottom of your problem. Karyotypes can diagnose chromosomal abnormalities, a cause of infertility that is relatively common and underappreciated. Where a karyotype is normal, a certain set of problems are ruled out, allowing us … Continue reading

If I’ve Conceived Naturally Once, Why Am I Struggling Now?

Posted on October 21, 2019

Secondary infertility is defined as struggling to conceive now, when you have conceived before. It’s more common than you may think. Don’t be afraid to reach out for help. It takes two… A lot of us assume secondary infertility is due to a woman getting older. There are many cases where this is true. As … Continue reading

PCOS and The Skin

Posted on September 22, 2019

PCOS which stands for Polycystic Ovarian Syndrome is a very real disorder affecting one in twelve reproductive-aged women. PCOS can have many effects on the skin including hair concerns and acne. There are many different care modalities that can be used to support those suffering with PCOS. However some skin treatment options are not safe … Continue reading

PCOS: Cause & Symptoms

Posted on February 28, 2019

Polycystic ovarian syndrome or PCOS is a multifactorial condition, influenced by a woman’s genes, her weight and her metabolism, all in the context of a high ovarian reserve. Cysts on the ovary are not actually a bad thing – they are just eggs in their normal surrounding antral follicles. It’s just that in women with … Continue reading