IVF patients at our Memphis fertility center should consider these healthy resolutions Memphis fertility specialist Dr. Amelia Bailey helps women and couples navigate the route to conception every day. With the coming new year, we talked to Dr. Bailey about what resolutions an IVF patient might make to better their health in body and mind. What healthy resolutions might you recommend to IVF patients? Dr….Comments Off on Dr. Amelia Bailey
Our Memphis fertility center recommends incorporating healthy foods into New Year’s resolutions for IVF patients
Our Memphis fertility center recommends incorporating healthy foods into New Year’s resolutions for IVF patients Memphis fertility specialist Dr. Amelia Bailey believes that overall wellness can help optimize your chances of having a successful IVF cycle. We asked Dr. Bailey for advice on eating a healthy diet and minimizing stress during fertility treatment. Is there a fertility diet that you recommend? Dr. Bailey: Eat unprocessed…Comments Off on Our Memphis fertility center recommends incorporating healthy foods into New Year’s resolutions for IVF patients
Preparing for the Holiday Season! Many of us have fantasies about what the holiday season is supposed to be like: decorations, gifts, food, friends and family; which often include imagining this will be the year you have a small but important, addition to the family. Because of these very normal dreams and expectations, the holidays can be one of the most difficult times of year…Comments Off on Coping With The Holidays
Another Valentine’s Day is almost here – a day of love, Cupid, and all things hearts and arrows. If you and your partner are struggling with infertility during this holiday, romance may seem like it has flown out the window with all of the stresses you’ve faced. The pressure to make Valentine’s Day all about sex and romance can feel daunting, especially if you have…Comments Off on Valentine’s Day and Infertility
For most couples struggling with infertility, the cause can be quickly identified: endometriosis, blocked fallopian tubes, defective ovulation, poor sperm quantity or quality, and so forth. However, for many patients, standard diagnostic testing fails to identify a specific cause. This is generally referred to as “unexplained infertility” and accounts for roughly 25% of couples seeking help from a reproductive physician. Infertility testing for unexplained infertility…Comments Off on Explaining “Unexplained Infertility”
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