How to increase fertility, we provide women progesterone suppositories that they use prior to going to bed which helps them carry pregnancies to term.
We help a lot of women with how to increase fertility and ensure that pregnancies are carried to term. Some women are able to get pregnant and then have what’s called a spontaneous abortion. In a lo
Life is having the ability to exchange energy without it there is no life. Have you ever wondered: What is life? There are many ways to answer this seemingly simple yet innately complex question. Lif
Why ATP is called the currency of energy or the currency of life. Understanding how the body works is an important aspect of holistic and sustainable health. To truly take charge of our health, it is
Hey everyone, sorry I’ve been so absent. I chose to take a big fat chunk of time off the baby... The post Endometriosis and Me appeared first on Bubbles and Bumps.
Many people to this day still ask do alternative cancer treatments work? This was my response to someone who asked, “If these cancer treatments work, then why isn’t it used for all cancer patient
How often should you eat throughout the day is a very popular question, what’s the answer? Eating is one of life’s simplest joys. Answering the question of how often should you eat throughout the
What does intermittent fasting mean and how can you use it for your benefit health wise? Intermittent fasting translates simply to mean “healthy eating”. It is what is happening in nature all
An easy guide on how to break from a water fast safely. Fasting refers to the method of restricting food intake—for mandatory health reasons, as part of religious practice or for self-imposed dieta
Supporting therapy during a water fast will enhance and deepen the potential results during the process. Let’s look at supporting therapy during a water fast. During the first few days of your wate
The Universal Law of Cause and Effect as it relates to cancer explaining the reality of where we are today. We have been led to believe that cancer strikes at random. That cancer somehow sneaks up ou
This study reports on why there is a shortage of Oncologists I share my thoughts on this. This study on a shortage of oncologists featured on the ASCO Post website is interesting but not as interes
Where does B12 come from and is it vegan? First of all, it needs to be understood that B12 production in nature only occurs in prokaryotes which is bacteria. Nowhere else in nature is B12 produced. T
The recent popularity of the Handmaid’s Tale has somewhat brought infertility to the “limelight” if you will. Although dystopian, I don’t doubt that some of it is eerily accurate in a world of
An article on my Facebook feed alerted me to this commercial. Though I’m not still in the trenches, this got me right in the feels. I realize they’re using it to sell greeting cards, but if it rai
I may sound like a broken record with this worrying nonsense… but i’m told writing about it is therapeutic so... The post Anxiety- When does it end? A little Perspective appeared first on Bubbles
When I heard about the LA screening of ‘Vegas Baby’ (a new documentary film diving into the world of IVF... The post Vegas Baby: The IVF film review appeared first on Bubbles and Bumps.
Last year I did a TEDx talk. It was absolutely terrifying and difficult but one of the most incredible experiences... The post My TEDx talk ‘silence is solitude’ is finally here! (GULP) #FUinfert
In discussing my weekend plans with my coworker, I was lamenting the fact that we booked something other than our normal accommodation when going to visit my BIL and SIL. She asked why we didn’t jus
Getting ready for our Frozen Embryo Transfer, I’m sitting there patiently looking at the $2000 worth of medicine on our... The post A Huge Surprise that caught us all off guard and left me feeling
Before I tried to get pregnant, I didn’t have a clue as to what progesterone was. I didn’t realize how vital... The post Progesterone’s importance when TTC- Was this the cause of my miscarriag
In preparation for our final round of IVF (No 5) my RE recommended I did one more test to check... The post The Yale Endometrial Function Test Results appeared first on Bubbles and Bumps.
Before I had my initial FET (frozen embryo transfer) consultation, I was clueless as to how it all worked. A FET is... The post Preparation for a Frozen Embryo Transfer (FET) appeared first on Bubb
I feel like a broken record. IUI didn’t work for us again. It was our 4th round on top... The post IVF/ IUI & all forms of TTC not working? The benefits of the Yale Endometrial Function Test
It’s 2014 and as I sit in the fertility office I notice a few women with kids beside me. I... The post Secondary Infertility- and the guilt that comes with it appeared first on Bubbles and Bumps.
As much as one falls into daily routines, it would be hard to ever consider life as static. It moves forward, and there is little choice than to go along, whether with open arms, or kicking and scream
2017 has been a bumpy road for many. The learning curve of a parent is steep, but I wouldn’t trade it for anything. Life has changed immeasurably. There are things I wish and hope for, but I am tryi
Happy Holiday season everyone! I usually love Christmas time, but I have to say this year I just felt harried and stressed out most of the time. I think being back at work, trying to juggle Christmas,
The Times is introducing Well Family, a new online report with expanded coverage of parenting, childhood health and relationships to help every family live well.
I can't promise that our foster son can stay with us, but I can I try to prepare him for the possibility of leaving without adding to his fear.
As much as parents want to know about areas that our children are struggling in, we're also wondering what teachers like about them.
By the time children are in middle school, parents should be stepping back. But what if another child won't stop annoying yours?
In November, this family adopted five young children from foster care.
Will posting nutritional information at chain restaurants change our behavior, and our weight?
Gender indoctrination for the pre-K set.
They have something to teach the rest of us about healthful eating: It's not as hard as we think.
Eye-rolling serves a variety of purposes, and the meanings behind the mannerism tell us a lot about what it’s like to be a teenager.
Halfway through a deployment, looking for the "I can do this" moment.
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