Nurture Your Fertility Retreat
Trying for a baby can be one of the most stressful experience you will ever encounter, and you hear the many stories of those who fall pregnant when on holiday or when they least expect it. Here is a unique chance for you to spend quality time as I discuss ways to improve your fertility within an environment that focuses on your reproductive health within a luxury environment that can only help. So much research is out there particularly with those with unexplained fertility
PCOS and Infertility
Poly cystic ovary syndrome (PCOS) is the most common endocrine disorder in women and a leading cause of infertility. PCOS has no cure and has yet to be clearly understood of its pathogenesis. Although research suggests a genetic composition, many women are looking for answers to help manage the condition. For any women being told by a specialist that your chances of conceiving naturally are limited or nonexistent with the options of assisted reproductive treatments that are t
Does Stress affect Fertility?
Evidence is growing relating to stress and fertility, but when you understand what is going on in the body it’s no wonder we hear stories that people take time out from fertility or have that holiday in the sun and pregnancy occurs. There are various research studies that look at how stress can impact fertility in both men and women, and has shown that too much stress can lead to infertility. Stress is a change in our surroundings or our environment and requires the body to r
Eggs and Sperm from Skin Cells?
How is it possible to create reproductive cells or gametes from skin that ultimately creates eggs and sperm? Incredible to believe isn’t it? However, In Vitro Gametogenesis, or IVG as it scientifically called is a procedure fast developing that has the ability to reprogram cells into a younger state to ultimately nurture them into reproductive cells. This procedure is in its early days but already baby mice have been created by scientists in Japan. George Daley the Dean of H
Food and Fertility
The new year has begun and the over indulgence of champagne, chocolate and party food makes way for the ‘New Year, New You’ focus to get healthy and lose those few pounds gained over the festive season. However, food and nutrition is greatly underestimated in terms of its benefits for reproductive health. The saying of ‘we are what we eat’ could not be more true, and with a little more understanding of the benefits of nutrition found within food to help manage health and fert