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Enhancing Female Fertility Naturally.

All animals have been hardwired to reproduce and propagate the species. Being one of the core functions of our bodies, we understandably assume that when we feel ready to hop on the baby train, our reproductive system will follow suit. We know fertility issues exist, but like most unpleasant things, we really don’t think of them happening to us. You are ‘’officially’’ considered to have fertility issues after one year of unsuccessful attempts at conception. This can be a very trying time, but it is important to remain hopeful. The best thing you can do at this point is focus on natural methods that will help restore normal functioning, and increase your chances of conceiving. Since it takes about four months for eggs to mature, you want to commit to your natural health plan for at least this amount of time for optimal results. Read More »

Hope For Conceiving Couples: Acupuncture Proven To Boost Fertility In Women.

If you and your partner are attempting to become pregnant, you may be looking for ways to boost your fertility, especially if you have been trying to become pregnant for several months or more. One of the oldest, and safest ways to boost fertility is acupuncture. If you aren't sure what acupuncture is, it is the ancient practice of inserting small, thin needles into the skin. Depending on where these needles are placed, the needles will help to stimulate certain functions of the body, in this case, fertility. Acupuncture, when used with modern fertility treatments, can boost fertility in women by as much as 26% according to a study done by Tel Aviv University. Other studies have certainly backed up these claims with similar results. Read More »

Everything You Need To Know About Breast Fillers.

Women who want to enhance their breasts, but do not want to undergo surgery or get implants, may turn to fillers. The fillers are a temporary solution to breast enhancement because the material, which is hyaluronic acid, gradually gets absorbed into the body. It is naturally found under the skin, and it is slowly digested and broken down into bio-compatible products which are eliminated by the body. What is the Treatment? Read More »

Natural Relief For 5 Common Peri-menopausal Symptoms.

Are you a woman experiencing physical or mental changes lately that you don’t understand or can’t explain? Entering into the phase in life known as peri-menopause (or pre-menopause) can be difficult. There are dozens of symptoms and signs that say you are now moving closer to the “Change”, or actual menopause. Every wellness expert and article about the subject says that peri-menopause affects each individual woman differently, and some women don’t really have many signs or symptoms; how frustrating is that? To make matters worse, there isn’t a magical age when you begin experiencing changes. Some women suffer through peri-menopause for years. For others, it just takes a few months. The effects of peri-menopause target women as early as their mid thirties, but don’t affect most women until they are in their forties. Fortunately, there are some natural ways to relieve some of those annoying symptoms. We’ve compiled a list of five common signs of peri-menopause and ways to combat their discomforts. Of course, with all of these keep in mind that eating a well-balanced diet and exercising regularly will help keep your body in optimal overall condition. Read More »

Changes in hair transplant techniques since the mid-20th Century.

Hair loss has been a cause for concern almost since the dawn of recorded history. The Ebers Papyrus, discovered at the ancient site of Luxor in Egypt and dating from around 1500 BC, describes prescriptions and invocations for a cure for baldness drawing on medical “knowledge” from thousands of years earlier. Even Hippocrates, the Greek father of modern medicine, experimented with various cures for his own encroaching hair loss, apparently involving opium, horseradish, beetroot and pigeon droppings. Hippocrates’ experiments were, needless to say, unsuccessful. However, he did note that the eunuchs guarding the king’s harem did not appear to suffer from hair loss, leading to a correct assumption that the hormonal changes brought about by castration were in some way associated with this apparent anomaly. Indeed, we now know that the presence of the (predominantly) male hormone testosterone explains why, apart from medical conditions such as Alopecia Totalis, men tend to lose hair in later life while women do not, at least not to the same extent. Read More »

What Is A Pelvic Ultrasound?

A pelvic ultrasound is an exam that is used to help doctors see the organs, tissues and fluid that are located in the pelvis. The exam is noninvasive, which means that no skin must be cut in order to see what is happening inside the body. For female patients, doctors use the procedure to identify issues with the cervix, fallopian tubes, bladder, ovaries, vagina and uterus. The exam can also help them identify problems with the prostate glands, bladder and seminal vesicles of male patients. Read More »

3 Ways To Boost Your Chances Of Getting Pregnant.

When you've made the decision that you want to have a baby, the chances are that you would like to become pregnant as soon as possible. Pregnancy is an aspect of health that many people take for granted as most believe that you simply have sex and then become pregnant. However, it's not always that easy as there are all types of things that can throw your body out of balance. If you are trying to become pregnant here are some rather simple things you can do to improve your chances. Read More »

When Does Menopause Begin And Is This It?

People in developed nations are now having children much later in life, preferring to wait until they have a stable job, home and partner. Whereas a few generations ago it was normal to marry in your early to mid-20s and have a young family by the time you were in your thirties, these days people may not have their first child until they are in their 30s or even 40s. Reproductive anxiety is a more significant stressor for a whole generation of women as a result, with conversations around fertility and reproductive status (peri-menopause and menopause) much more commonplace. In fact, some women may have their first child when they have already entered peri-menopause, the stage before the final period of female fertility. Read More »

Women And Alcohol: A Lethal Mix.

Contrary to some feminists' claims, men and women are NOT created equal, at least as far as the effects of alcohol drinking is concerned. Women who want to protest this particular inequality are up against data and statistics that unanimously support the hypothesis. Read More »

Wearing A Red Dress Requires Confidence – And Killer Accessories!

If you are the sort of person that likes to dress to impress, then you’re bound to have a bright red dress in your collection. Red dresses ooze sex appeal when they are worn with confidence, and there’s no way that you won’t be noticed! Many women find it difficult to accessorize such a bold color though, and they need a little help and advice. In this article we are going to tell you exactly how to accessorize that red dress of yours so that you can show it in its best light! Read More »

How Your Oral Health Can Affect Your Pregnancy.

Pregnancy causes hormonal changes that can create potential oral health problems. These hormones change the way your body responds to plaque. If you don’t practice good oral hygiene while pregnant, the health of your baby could be in jeopardy. Here are some helpful tips to maintain good oral hygiene before, during, and after your pregnancy that will ensure the health of you and your baby. Read More »

A Guide To Pre-pregnancy Lifestyle Changes.

Many women will undergo a change in their lifestyle whilst trying to get pregnant; this may be for a number of different reasons. For those women who have been trying to get pregnant for a number of months, they may feel a change in their lifestyle will have a positive effect on getting pregnant in the near future. For women who have medical complications such as diabetes or high blood pressure a change in lifestyle will be needed to ensure a future health pregnancy. Maintaining a positive healthy lifestyle for yourself will mean the pregnancy will have fewer complications than needed. The final reason why women may undergo lifestyle changes before becoming pregnant is they want to ensure a healthy pregnancy with few complications. Some lifestyle changes you may want to consider include: Read More »

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