Lack of sleep negatively impacts a woman’s ability to produce adequate amounts of reproductive hormones. This means she may have a difficult time getting pregnant. Today’s busy woman – with demands at work and home – often skimps on sleep. Improve your sleep and enhance your fertility through some very easy lifestyle changes.
Young women who become egg donors must meet the following qualifications:
When a women is able to produce quality eggs, but cannot conceive and carry a pregnancy to full term – Gestational Surrogacy is recommended by Dr. Laurence Jacobs. This is where the invaluable role of a surrogate mother comes into play. Through In Vitro Fertilization (IVF), the intended mother’s eggs are retrieved and fertilized with the intended father’s sperm in vitro (in a lab). A quality embryo is then transferred to the surrogate mother’s uterus for her to carry a pregnancy to full term.
The last week of April 2017 – the 23rd through the 29th – is National Infertility Awareness Week (NIAW) sponsored by RESOLVE: The National Infertility Association. RESOLVE’s objective is to bring awareness to the crisis of one in eight couples (15% of U.S. couples) suffering from infertility.