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4 Important Fertility Questions Answered

Fertility supplements are sold over the counter in the United States.  They are available for purchase without a prescription or recommendation from your doctor.  However, we always recommend a chat with your doctor before starting any supplements to make sure they are appropriate for your care.  If you need help...

Miscarriage is Common. That Doesn’t Make It Easy.

October is Pregnancy and Infant Loss Awareness Month, a natural time to pause and acknowledge that the reproductive journey is too often marked by loss and grief. If this is a tender subject for you, be aware this article may be especially difficult to read.   The statistical reality Miscarriage...

Could you be suffering from PCOS? Antioxidants can help.

Contribution from Pollie, a telehealth solution for female hormonal imbalances  PCOS (Polycystic ovary syndrome) is an ovulatory disorder that impacts an estimated 10% of women (although some sources are putting that number closer to 20%!)  It is characterized by irregular ovulation and subsequent absent periods, polycystic ovaries, and elevated levels of...

Why Your Sex Drive Decreases With Age

It’s normal for women to experience the ebbs and flows with our sex drive. Sometimes, loss of sexual interest is a natural consequence of several factors.  Maybe you and your partner had a fight. Perhaps you’re tired and stressed out after a long day of work. Maybe you’re distracted by other...

Hormones and Your Reproductive Health: What Science Tells Us and What You Should be Thinking About

Wherever you may be on your own reproductive journey, there are likely times where it feels much is unknown or out of your control. However, one simple step in supporting your reproductive health is understanding the role hormones play in fertility, paying attention to how you’re feeling, and finding out...

Fertility Problems Can Take a Toll. Here’s How to Protect Your Relationship.

If you’re struggling to conceive, you might feel like an unwilling rider on a dramatic rollercoaster. The ups and downs, the hope and frustration, the sense that everything is beyond your control can threaten to take over your life. This highly emotional journey can not only feel like a personal...

Can Sleep Impact Female Fertility?

Sleep plays a major role in our overall health, including women’s infertility. Just as your body needs oxygen and food to survive, it needs sleep for optimal health.  Important bodily processes occur when we are resting and without these, we can be easily knocked off of an otherwise solid fertility...

How is infertility diagnosed? What to expect in a male and female infertility assessment

Medically Reviewed by Dr. Norbert Gleicher, MD, FACOG, FACS If you have been struggling to conceive for more than a year, or more than six months if you are over 35, it may be helpful to consider an infertility consultation with a fertility expert.  The World Health Organization describes infertility as...

Poor sperm quality plays a significant role in repeat miscarriages

Medically Reviewed by Dr. Norbert Gleicher, MD, FACOG, FACS Having a miscarriage sucks.  Having recurring miscarriages can be frustrating and devastating.  There are various reasons why a miscarriage might occur, but new research continues to reinforce the connection between recurrent miscarriage and low sperm quality. A new 2019 study published in the journal Clinical...