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Doctor, are you listening?
I was sent the book, "Doctor, are you listening? A couple's struggle to find the right infertility doctor," to review by the author, Dr. Masood Khatamee. His co-author, Linda Perelman Pohl, was an infertility patient herself decades ago, and she details her experiences.
Do you love someone who is infertile?
If you know someone who is infertile or going through fertility treatments, do you know the right things to say and do? Probably not, so perhaps this book can help you understand your friend or sister.
Dill weed and conception
Dill weed is an herb that is high in nutrients, but it's not helpful for conception. However, it's not something you have to avoid if you're trying to conceive.
Did I ovulate?
Depending on the source, it is estimated that perhaps all women do not ovulate at least one cycle per year. How do you know you ovulated?
DHA versus EPA fish oil
There are two primary forms of fish oil: DHA and EPA. They are both valuable, but what is the difference and do you need more of one or the other?
DGL and conception
DGL, or deglycyrrhizinated licorice, is a modification on licorice root. Removing the glycyrrhizin takes away some of the side effects like high blood pressure, but does it also remove the good stuff? And does it do anything for conception?
Dental work and conception
We have discussed dental mercury before in this column, but there is more to cover about dentistry and conception, like nickel.
Dental Fillings and Conception
Amalgam fillings are a hazard to your health. The sooner you get them removed, the better.
Damiana and conception
Mexican fertility tea, which is damiana, has been used for centuries as an aphrodisiac. Damiana can also be added to liquor, and so then I wonder if it's the alcohol or the damiana that does the trick?
Cyclic versus regular oral contraceptives
Why are there different oral contraceptives? Is there any advantage?
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