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mycrazybipolarlife Health MavenFacebook

United Kingdom
I'm a mental health blogger from the UK in my late twenties and a sufferer of bipolar disorder, depression, anxiety, agoraphobia and self harming. I have also lost a child who was stillborn in 2007 and have some fertility issues (PCOS). I started my blog in December 2009 and have been through quite a lot in that time including hospitalisation and psychotic symptoms. I write as often as...

Brenda Coffee Health Maven

Boerne, Texas
The last 6 years I've had 10 breast cancer surgeries & 8 rounds of chemo. My father died of cancer when I was 13, my late husband died of cancer when I was 37 & I'm a cancer survivor. Check out http://www.BreastCancerSisterhood.com a survivorship resource for families. My BRENDA'S BLOG, a Top 10 Breast Cancer Blog, has been called "Sex & the City" meets breast cancer. I...

Leah Health Maven

New York, New York
Your “postess with the mostest” is named Leah, wife of prostate-cancer patient Ted. I sometimes use the nickname “Callalily,” after my favorite flower. Am late-40s, live in NYC, have worked in writing/editing and law. In the last 26 months I’ve immersed myself in prostate cancer-related activities and research. My goal for the blog is to help bring about the...
Communities: Happiness, Cancer, Men's Health

Frederick L.

New York, New York
I have been practicing infertility at NYU for 17 years. Basic infertility, reproductive surgery, ovulation induction, IVF, and egg donation are all areas of my expertise. Most of my patients are from New York , but people come to see me from other states and other countries. You can read all about me at my website, DrLicciardi.com.
Communities: Skiing, Surfing, Golf , ...

Princeline R. Facebook

Phoenix, Arizona
JN. 12, 2005,  as I did my breast exam each month…hum, what’s this….right otherside of the right breast, different, no it’s not a lump, must have a mole or something I’ve just not noticed before; look in the mirror, no mole….feel again, well it does feel like a lump, but not to worry, it is nothing…..(I am the QUEEN of da Nile, more over...

Life Slurper

Melbourne, Australia
In fertility clinics no one can hear you scream! One woman's tale of late love, infertility after the age of 40, IVF, donor eggs and depression. Having babies was never meant to be easy. Childless or with child stay tuned: it's going to be a bumpy ride!
Communities: Pregnancy & Fertility

GDIFR, IVF CENTRE INDIA Facebook

Kolkata, India
Dr. Sudarsan Ghosh Dastidar played a pioneer role in the development of IVF technology in India. He was inspired to work in the field of infertility medicine by Dr. Subhas Mukherjee - India’s pioneer IVF scientist- who had started an IVF program in Kolkata which led to the birth of a baby - “Durga” in 1978. However there was a lot of controversy since the program was not...
Communities: Parenting

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fct, Nigeria
Iam a workinging class lady,i got married in feb 3 ,2007.i ve  not been pregnet since then.i ve fibroid that give me pain and heavy flow of 5 to 6 days .my period is inrugular blw 26,27,28, which make it diffcult to know my ovulation timing.

TaraRose

California
I am 23 years old, engaged, and been together for 6 years now. I have no children, have had 3 miscarriages, all early on, and am activly trying to get pregnant again. It hasn't been easy at all as my periods are all out of wack and I have a hard time determining ovulation....wish me some baby dust!

TerenceMix

California
I am an attorney/author who has spent most of his career ltigating against pharmaceutical companies. I write on FDA and drug industry reform. I have also spent over 35 years researching the effect of fertility drugs on the human embryo and have testified in front of the FDA on the subject. I spent 3 1/2 years researching and writing a nonfiction book ("The Price of Ovulation")...