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Lupus and Rheumatoid Arthritis, linked to Fertility issues and Miscarriages by Triumph Posted Mon 27 Feb 2012 12:00am According to “HealthDay News,” a new study finds that Lupus and Rheumatoid Arthritis, all autoimmune diseases, which typically shows up in women right around their reproductive years, are linked to fertility issues and miscarriages. Lupus causes the body's immune system to attack healthy tissues and organs. Rheumatoid arthritis le ... Read on »
Lupus and Rheumatoid Arthritis, linked to Fertility issues and Miscarriages by Triumph Posted Mon 27 Feb 2012 12:06pm According to “HealthDay News,” a new study finds that Lupus and Rheumatoid Arthritis, all autoimmune diseases, which typically shows up in women right around their reproductive years, are linked to fertility issues and miscarriages. Lupus causes the body's immune system to attack healthy tissues and organs. Rheumatoid arthritis leads ... Read on »
Miscarriage: Reducing Your Risks With The Green Fertility Plan by Colette Bouchez Healthy Living Professional Posted Tue 21 Dec 2010 1:23am Have you lost one pregnancy and are afraid to conceive again? Are you worried about your risk of miscarriage? Here are six all natural ways to reduce your risks and have a healthy baby.  By Colette Bouchez  There is perhaps no greater joy than learning you are pregnant - and no greater sorrow than when that pregnancy is lost. The problem is ... Read on »
Childhood passive smoking increases miscarriage risk later in life by GoToSee Healthy Living ProfessionalComplimentary & Alternative Medicine Posted Fri 05 Dec 2008 11:01am If you’re a woman who was exposed to second-hand smoke during your childhood you are more at risk of fertility problems or miscarriage, according to new research. Toxins breathed in from passive smoking when young could have caused permanent damage that will harm your chances of falling pregnant or miscarrying the baby during pregnancy. A ... Read on »
They Say: Miscarriage Means More Risk by Jennifer Patient ExpertHealth Maven Posted Fri 10 Oct 2008 2:05pm StrollerDerby - They Say: Miscarriage Means More Risk Check out this informative article about what having a miscarriage means for your future fertility and pregnancies. Includes a great usage of the term "suckage." Read on »
national pregnancy loss awareness month – miscarriage & infertility by Natalie K. Posted Tue 17 May 2011 12:00am Image taken by CJ photography click the link to see their new website and follow the blog.  Stunning photography at it’s finest. Everyday I see women who are struggling with issues surrounding their fertility.  Everyday.  Although this may sound all doom and gloom, almost all of these women are able to have successful pregnancies d ... Read on »
Could DHEA Be The Natural Fertility Wonder Drug? by Colette Bouchez Healthy Living Professional Posted Fri 24 Dec 2010 12:26am A one-time controversial supplement, DHEA gained new status when a study found it could help older women make better eggs. Now new research shows it may cast an even wider net in helping women of all ages get pregnant.  Here's what you need to know. By Colette Bouchez  It was just a few years ago - 2005 to be exact - that a study publishe ... Read on »
Woman Underwent Medical Miscarriage 8 Months Ago & Had Continuous Spotting, No BFP Yet: Should She Be Concerned? by Edward Ramirez, MD Posted Fri 26 Nov 2010 12:00am Question: Hello, I am a 29 year old female from Pennsylvania. My husband (also 29) and I started trying to conceive last year. We got pregnant on our 2nd month trying, and were very excited. At my first ultrasound, there was only a yolk & gestational sack, which showed growth only until 5w5d. I should have been much further along. I o ... Read on »
After A Miscarriage… What To Do by Hethir R. Healthy Living Professional Posted Tue 19 Oct 2010 1:45pm One common question we receive is… “What do I do after a miscarriage?”. Believe it or not, miscarriages are a common occurrence. As scary as that may sound, one in four women experience a miscarriage. So if you have stumbled upon this website because of a recent loss, we are here for you… The concerns most expressed frequently are: ... Read on »
32 Year Old Canadian With Multiple Miscarriages: Do Not Despair! You Can Conceive! by Edward Ramirez, MD Posted Fri 23 Apr 2010 12:00am Question: Dear Dr.Ramirez, I am a 32 years old and my husband is 34. We have been trying for a baby since July 2008. In early 2009 we conceived and were over the moon. An early dating u/s at 6 weeks showed a heartbeat but sadly I started bleeding 2 days later and naturally lost the pregnancy. Two months later we co ... Read on »