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Robyn Nazar, RN BSN

Specialty: registered nurse (RN)
Hello. I am a nurse and health enthusiast. I write to bring the latest health news and research to readers. Although I am experienced in many areas of medicine, my primary passion is woman's reproductive medicine, pregnancy and newborns.
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Why You Shouldn't Take Nutritional Supplements Unsupervised During Infertility Treatment by Robyn Nazar, RN BSN Posted in: Blog Posts in Health Education Did anyone read this recent article in the New York Times ? Although nutritional supplements often don't need a prescription and can be bought over-the-counter, it do ... Read on »
The 250/250 Diet: Created By a Cardiologist, Recommended By a Nurse by Robyn Nazar, RN BSN Posted in: Blog Posts in Health Education The 250/250 health plan isn’t the latest fad diet. Its focus is on helping people develop healthy eating habits and exercise routines rather than encouraging unnat ... Read on »
Fertility Experts Answer Common Questions About DHEA and Infertility by Robyn Nazar, RN BSN Posted in: Blog Posts in Health Education Loved this blog post via blogger NewToIVF . She and another fertility blogger @ ivffervescent   (who had to unfortunately cancel her blog due to privacy issues) team ... Read on »
Video: Getting Pregnant Over 40 by Robyn Nazar, RN BSN Posted in: Blog Posts in Health Education Just a quick video post today with some info for women trying to conceive after they hit 40. Pregnancy after 40 is getting pretty normal these days. Some women in thi ... Read on »
Three Things That Can Make a Cold Take a Turn for the Worse by Robyn Nazar, RN BSN Posted in: Blog Posts in Health Education We all know the dreaded feeling of a cold coming on: the headache, the congestion and the sore, scratchy throat. What some people don’t know, however, is that a commo ... Read on »
Women with High FSH And High AMH Are Twice as Likely To Have Success With IVF by Robyn Nazar, RN BSN Posted in: Blog Posts in Health Education Over the past couple of months I’ve been listening into Fertility Insights, a live webcast series run by Center for Human Reproduction, a fe ... Read on »
How to Avoid Constipation During Pregnancy by Robyn Nazar, RN BSN Posted in: Blog Posts in Health Education Hormonal changes during pregnancy can cause a number of uncomfortable side effects – unfortunately one of these side effects is constipation. During their pregnancy w ... Read on »
Frozen Eggs: Making Egg Donation Affordable by Robyn Nazar, RN BSN Posted in: Blog Posts in Health Education For many couples with infertility, egg donation may be their last and only option to conceive a child. Egg donation with fresh eggs does have high pregnanc ... Read on »
Accepted to Alltop Catalog by Robyn Nazar, RN BSN Posted in: Blog Posts in Health Education I am proud to announce that my blog is now part of the Alltop catalog! I applied a few months ago, crossed my fingers, hoped for the best and...voila. They gave me a pretty ... Read on »
Why You Should Think Twice About Taking Oral Contraceptives Pre IVF Treatment by Robyn Nazar, RN BSN Posted in: Blog Posts in Health Education While reading through the latest edition of Reproductive Biology and Endocrinology I came across a study, reporting that the common practice of using oral ... Read on »
Interpreting Your IVF Center's Success Rates by Robyn Nazar, RN BSN Posted in: Blog Posts in Health Education It's one of the things most couples look for when choosing an IVF center: high success rates. IVF is expensive and understandably any couple wants to know their chance ... Read on »
High Blood Pressure and Trigeminal Neuralgia: What You Should Know by Robyn Nazar, RN BSN Posted in: Blog Posts in Health Education Today is World Health Day! This day, sponsored by the World Health Organization, has  a new theme each year which addresses a public health issue. This yea ... Read on »
3 Tips for Knee Pain Relief and Prevention by Robyn Nazar, RN BSN Posted in: Blog Posts in Health Education Guest post by health writer Amanda Guerrero. Despite the fact that many types of knee pain can be avoided, most people will experience knee pain at some point in their ... Read on »
Alternative Therapies for Treating Stress-related Pain by Robyn Nazar, RN BSN Posted in: Blog Posts in Health Education Cupping and acupuncture therapy can alleviate pain and tension in the neck and arms brought on by physical injuries and everyday stress. Stress and anxiety ca ... Read on »
Food For Thought-Brain Tumors and Nutrition by Robyn Nazar, RN BSN Posted in: Blog Posts in Health Education March is National Nutrition Month! Run by the American Dietetic Association, their message is:   “Eat Right, Your Way, Everyday” ... Read on »
Coronary Heart Disease: A Matter Of the Heart That Cannot Be Fixed With Red Roses by Robyn Nazar, RN BSN Posted in: Blog Posts in Health Education Valentine’s Day. Perhaps you received one hundred red roses; perhaps you cried your eyes out into one hundred tissues. Either way, around Val ... Read on »
Whats the difference between a cold and the flu? by Robyn Nazar, RN BSN Posted in: Blog Posts in Health Education Hey did you know that in the US we are experiencing the deadliest flu outbreak in a decade? Sometimes, the winter influenza can present like a cold, b ... Read on »
Guidelines for Breastfeeding and OTC Medications by Robyn Nazar, RN BSN Posted in: Blog Posts in Health Education If you are a breastfeeding mom you know how difficult it can be to determine whether or not you can take an over-the-counter (OTC) medication. Most warning lab ... Read on »
Safety of Over-The-Counter Medications and Breast Feeding by Robyn Nazar, RN BSN Posted in: Blog Posts in Health Education Winter. The time of runny noses, coughs that tickle, congested airways, watery eyes and sneezing marathons. For most, treating these symptoms with a quick over ... Read on »
Common treatments for pain during breast feeding. by Robyn Nazar, RN BSN Posted in: Blog Posts in Health Education There are many advantages to breast feeding over bottle feeding. However, as a nurse, I often see moms choosing to wean their babies off the breast and onto th ... Read on »