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Patriarchal Language Affects Fertility After 40

Patriarchal Language Affects Fertility   Have you noticed how patriarchal language affects fertility? Specifically, your fertility and experience of that? Most of the information that explores how patriarchy affects female fertility is published, it seems, in scholarly articles. Like this one exploring how women’s empowerment affects fertility choices like longer birth intervals.Or this one about assisted […]

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Preventing Chromosomal Abnormalities In Pregnancy Over 40

Preventing Chromosomal Abnormalities    Have you been wondering about preventing chromosomal abnormalities? It can be a source of concern – especially for women trying to have a baby after 45. I will link to a few external sources around this first before exploring the topic below from a more feminine perspective. So here’s how chromosomal […]

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Time Running Out To Have A Baby At 48?

Time Running Out To Have A Baby?   Do you feel time running out to have a baby? The image above captures well this idea that dominates fertility after 40. And burns away at the hope’s of women trying to get pregnant. We are all familiar with the fertility graphs that add fuel to the fire. […]

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Sunlight and Fertility – Science & Feminine Perspective

Sunlight And Fertility   So what is the link between sunlight and fertility? Much of the research has focused in on vitamin D which your marvelous body manufactures when sunlight kisses your skin. Alternatively, vitamin D can be introduced to the body with supplements. Then it converts the vitamin D into the hormone calcitriol. And hormones have baby […]

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Worried About The Cost Of IVF At Age 51?

Worried About The Cost of IVF ?   Are you worried about the cost of IVF? If so, you are not alone. This article in Forbes magazine, shares some of the IVF cost breakdown in the United States. Along with hidden costs and a few pitfalls to watch out for. Some clinics have shared risk programs […]

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