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Knocked up is a movie about the lifelong result of a one-night stand. If it had had a little less potty humor and a more clever script, it could have been a sweet movie. I thought it fell short, but surprisingly, it made me have some deeper questions.
L-arginine and conception
ink that L-arginine might be the most disputed conception aid. Some sources state it improves quantity of eggs but decreases quality.
Lack of cervical mucus and conception
Hostile cervical mucus is discussed a lot, but what about the other problem--a lack of cervical mucus. That may cause problems for conception, too, but there are ways around it.
Leptin and conception
Leptin receptors are mostly found in fat tissue, but researchers have found a receptor for leptin in endometrial tissue. It has also been discovered that leptin levels rise during the follicular phase in pre-menopausal women and fall during your period.
Letrozole and conception
Letrozole is an alternative to clomiphene for ovulation induction. Is it better?
Licorice Root and Fertility
Licorice root is not the same as licorice candy. They are both sweet, but licorice candy in the United States contains anise instead, which does taste a lot like real licorice root. But don't eat real licorice when you're pregnant--let's talk about why.
Life timing and conception
How do you know if the time is right to have a baby?
Lifestyle changes and conception
I get a fair number of emails with questions along this line: how fast will I get pregnant after changing "insert something here"? That's a complicated question, but I'll try to answer with some examples.
Lysine and conception
L-lysine is an essential amino acid. All that means is that our bodies don't make it, so we have to eat it. It has a bunch of really helpful attributes, so let's take a look at it.
Maca and conception
Maca is a vegetable grown in high elevations in South America. Native Peruvians grind it up and add it to other food. What does it do for them, and what could it do for you?
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