Ovulation

Fertility Health: Reasons Why You May Not Be Ovulating

When you’re ready to get pregnant, it can be frustrating when your chances of conception won’t cooperate, and that positive pregnancy test eludes you despite repeated attempts with your partner. Ovulation and the regular cycle of ovulation is one source of frustration, especially if there are things that might be disrupting that normal ovulation. Women […]

The Importance of Reducing Estrogen with Ovarian Cysts

Many women suffer from ovarian cysts, some without even knowing they have them. The cysts can cause no symptoms, or some very painful or unpleasant ones like bloating, one-sided pain, painful intercourse and bowel movements, and irregular menstrual periods. Unfortunately, cyst formation is a regular process of the body, but some may become irregular and […]

Hypothyroidism Impacts the Menstrual Cycle

Hypothyroidism is a common problem that can affect up to one in three women over the age of 35. It causes an underactive thyroid, which can wreak havoc not only on your menstrual cycle, but your entire body. There are some full-body symptoms you can look out for, such as chronic low body temperature, fatigue, […]

Lifestyle Changes Can Help Obese Women Improve Fertility

Problems with infertility impact twelve to fifteen percent of all women in North America. One of the modern causes of problems with conception comes from obesity. Women who are overweight experience higher chances of problems with various types of medical issues that impact fertility, such as ovulation or menstrual disorders. Fortunately, the fix is fairly […]

The Impact of Hypothyroidism on the Menstrual Cycle

The thyroid is a gland in our body that is essential to maintaining the balance of a number of key hormones that regulate and govern our biological processes. Hypothyroidism is a condition where the thyroid gland’s activity is abnormally low. If the right balance of hormones is not present, it can have serious health ramifications. […]

Can Systemic Enzymes Unblock My Fallopian Tubes?

The fallopian tubes are part of the female repro