By Terri Forehand, RN, AutoimmuneMom.com writerManaging motherhood and feeling like you’re doing the best for your family is a challenge even in the best times of health. Factoring in the symptoms of an autoimmune disease (or two), and motherhood is that much more challenging. The symptoms are often internal and related to fatigue, making it difficult for others to understand. » Read more
The average couple trying to conceive has sex four times per week, for at least six months. That's the good news. The bad news is that it can take even longer for a couple if the husband is struggling with low sperm count or other male fertility problems. Smoking, alcohol intake, lack of exercise and being overweight can all reduce male fertility. Here are 10 tips for boosting male fertility.
You may have heard that you have a 20-25 percent chance of conceiving during any given menstrual cycle. What if you could increase the odds to give you a 40 to 50 percent chance of getting pregnant this month? There are things you can do right now to double your chances of conceiving. Here are 12 ideas to help you get pregnant right away.
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By Erin Lozano, Co-founder of GreenSherpa.comCreate a budget -- This is one of those tasks in our household that is right up there with brushing your teeth. It is a must do and it is on the calendar every week. Every Sunday I make a meal plan for the week and I refine our weekly budget. Out of this process I developed a cash flow management program called Green Sherpa. It helps me stay on trac » Read more
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