Signs of Infertility

31 Mar

Trying to conceive is a difficult process for many people. The reason is that there are many factors involved in conception. You cannot tell if you or your partner is infertile unless you visit a doctor. There are a number of medical tests that your doctor can perform to detect infertility. There are also methods and products that the doctor can prescribe to help in conceiving a child. Please follow this link for more information

1One procedure a doctor can perform is to test the cervical mucus. Cervical mucus plays an essential role in conception, as it enables the sperm to make it all the way to the egg. The sperm are unable to do this if there is little or no cervical mucus present. Another factor involving cervical mucus is that it could be too acidic. It is necessary for the mucus to be alkaline. If it is acidic, it will kill the sperm before they reach the egg.

When a doctor checks the cervical mucus, he/she will look at the whether it is clear or curdled. If it is curdled, there is little to no chance of conception. If the mucus is clear and somewhat sticky, chances of conception are good.

Before you start to think about the possibility that you or your partner might be infertile, make sure that you have been having unprotected (natural method) sex over a number of months, or up to a year. Conception can take a long time, even for couples who have no troubles with infertility. Often, a couple may have unprotected sex for 8 or 10 months before conception takes place.

Once you have given yourselves this waiting period, if conception still has not occurred, visit your doctor for what steps you should take next. Try not to worry – focus on the many tests and procedures available to help you and your partner become parents of a beautiful baby.

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Nutrition in Pregnancy – Free Copy

8 Dec

Nutrition-in-Pregnancy

What You Should Eat What You Should Not Eat During Pregnancy.

From the minute you find out you are pregnant most moms-to-be have a number of questions relating to pregnancy nutrition. What foods you should be eating and which foods should you be avoiding as the next nine months progress. Some foods are even better completely avoided. Then there is all those old wives’ tales to sort through and figure out truth from fiction. Let’s try to simplify things at least a little for you in  this eBook. ( Free Giveaway by PregnantNaturally.org)

 

 

 

 

Family Planning – The latest Alternative

8 Dec

pregnant naturallyHello Carla here,

Today we will talk about family planning!

Making a decision when their family is definitely the right size-or steps to make sure it remains that size-is an individual decision that lots of women may find better to make in the a long time.

For women like us who’ve made the decision that they do not desire anymore children and feel prepared for a long lasting type of birth control or baby plan, “getting the tubes tied,” or tubal ligation, is not any longer the only real option.

A brand new office-based technique referred to as the Essure procedure is rapidly replacing the old procedure and is included in most insurance plans.

In the course of the procedure, a little, soft spring, called a micro-insert, is positioned into each fallopian tube. The body’s natural response causes cells to grow in to the micro-inserts, blocking sperm from achieving the egg. This tissue development takes around three months and additional contraceptive must be used during this time period.

Right after 3 months, a particular X-ray check certifies that the system is working.

Selecting this advanced treatment offers many benefits. There is certainly no incision, it generally does not contain hormones, it could be carried out in a doctor’s office with reduced anesthesia and it’s really long term. The process completes in about quarter-hour & most women go back to normal activities in just a day or two.

A lot more than 63,000 females worldwide have previously had the operation and clinical research have reported high protection and patient full satisfaction. After a long time of clinical research, no pregnancies have been documented when the micro-insert is positioned correctly. While no approach to birth control is completely effective, the procedure’s performance rate is usually 99.80 percent with four years of scientific data.

“We finally have a method for a woman that’s comparable in simpleness, accessibility and security to vasectomy in males,” stated Dr. James Carrera, a national professional in endoscopic medical procedures. “Even though side effects of medical tubal ligation are usually uncommon, if they occur they might be life threatening. The rare deaths related to tubal ligation had been unsatisfactory in my own mind.”

An additional benefit for hectic mothers is that the procedure reduces the amount of time spent recovering from medical operation.

Bathing a Newborn Baby – Baby Bath Game

8 Jul

The Baby Bath Game

After a hard natural pregnancy, do you want your baby handed to you immediately after the birth or should he be cleaned first?

In recent years most babies were wiped down with a towel immediately after birth before mum or dad got a chance to hold them. Nowadays choice is the keyword! It’s your decision.

Research shows that the greasy film covering your baby, vernix, is a wonderful source of moisture for your baby’s delicate skin. And if you don’t wipe it off, it is reabsorbed. So your baby will be less likely to develop dry skin patches. Pre-term babies have much more of this protective layer than full-term babies.

Baby Bath games

Baby Bath games

In the womb your baby is submerged in amniotic fluid, so vernix is absolutely necessary for providing waterproof protection. After birth, however, mother nature may need a helping hand!

Returning home can be daunting for new parents. Giving baby his first bath can be terrifying!

Your baby,  prince or princess, does not need a special bath although many parents are well tooled up for the new arrival. A clean sink or the big bath will suffice!

Probably the main worry for parents is getting the water temperature correct. After ensuring you have all baby’s bits and bobs at hand, such as a changing mat, towel, fresh nappy, vest and clean clothes, place the baby in a safe place.

  • Run cold water into the bath first.
  • Top it up with hot water. Swirl the water around to avoid hot spots.
  • Dip your elbow into the water to check the temperature. It should be lukewarm. As the skin on your elbow is very sensitive it is a reliable way to test the water.
  • If you like you can add a little moisturizing, hypoallergenic, baby bubble bath. Swirl it around with your fingers. Young babies do not need bubbles to play with!
  • Undress and wrap baby in a warm towel. Holding him over the bath, cup some bath water in your free hand and gently run it over his head. Shampoo is not necessary for very tiny babies as it can irritate their scalp.
  • Dry the baby’s head thoroughly. Babies lose a lot of heat through their heads. Wet heads lose more heat.
  • Placing baby’s neck in the crook of your elbow, and your hand holding the back of one of his legs, gently lower him into the water. (TIP If you are right-handed it is easier to place babies neck in the crook of your left elbow. Holding his left leg with your left hand, wash him with your right hand. The reverse is the case if you are left-handed.)
  • Some babies hate being bathed but many really enjoy it as their first game. He may become so relaxed that he falls asleep!
  • Cupping some water in your free hand gently trickle it over his body. Your do not need to rub or scrub as babies do not get dirty. They just need to be freshened up!
  • Be careful as he will get very slippery once he is wet!
  • Only keep baby in the bath for a short time as he will get cold quickly and never leave your baby unattended in the bath for even the shortest space of time.
  • Lift him out and wrap him up in his warm towel.
  • Quickly dry him and place a fresh nappy on him before he has any little accidents!
  • Finally, give him a big cuddle and dress him quickly…

And there you have it – baby’s first bath!