Choosing the right supplements when trying to get pregnant is confusing with all the choices available. However, some become increasingly important as you get older. One of them is CoQ10.
How does CoQ10 improve egg quality to help a woman in her late 30s or 40s get pregnant? CoQ10 helps the eggs produce the vast amount of energy needed for all stages of conception – from ovulation, fertilization, implantation, to division from one cell into a healthy baby. CoQ10 is also a powerful antioxidant which protects the eggs from damage caused by aging, inflammation, and environmental sources. Read More
Here's a question a client asked last week that's in every single one of your minds as well... Read More
"How much of a window should I give myself for the possibility of being a mom? I want to be realistic."
I've said this before in other emails...
One of my clients invited me to her Halloween party this weekend. Read More
It was like a college party but for grown-ups. Keg of beer, jello shots, great music - so much fun!
Sometimes I feel like a party pooper.
When trying to get pregnant, I advise to avoid a lot of things.
And the list goes on... Read More
What's vital to the success of an IVF? Read More
Having a lot of eggs.
Remember in the good ol' days when you could pound drink after drink and still get up for your early morning classes? Read More
You might not have been bright-eyed and bushy tailed but you were functional with your hangover.
What's one of the (many) deeply frustrating aspects on the road to pregnancy? Read More
It's that what works for other people doesn't seem to help you at all.
So, here's the thing about that conundrum...
Yet another email today asking for help from a woman diagnosed with "poor egg quality and quantity due to age"... Read More
This is the most common diagnosis my patients have since I focus on helping women in their late 30s to 40s get pregnant.
My dog isn't a shedder so I don't need to walk around with a lint roller. Read More
But his hair does fall out and accumulates into hairballs, drifting like tumbleweed. Usually into the corners.
This is the 4th installment of a series. Read part 1, part 2, and part 3 first before you go any further. Read More
So now you might suspect that part of the reason why you may not be getting pregnant is that you have too much estrogen relative to your other hormones.
Did you miss part 1 and part 2 of this series? Read those first. Then come back here. Read More
If your calculated waist-to-hip ratio (WHR) is greater than 0.85 for women or 0.90 for men, that might be an indication of too much estrogen circulating in your body.
Today's a continuation of yesterday's email so if you missed it, STOP! Read this first. Read More
If you have your waist-to-hip ratio (WHR), let's talk about what it means to you and potentially your fertility and long-term health...
According to the World Health Organization, a healthy WHR is:
You know what's dumb? Posting a picture of yourself with a better looking dude in an online dating app. So disappointing! Read More
People often choose based on looks. Don't tempt me with the buffet in your profile pics but tell me my option is the wilted salad. That's just messed up.