How Young Women Can Care for Their Fertility

Posted in General | Tagged Fertility, Female fertility, Female age, STD, Fertility testing, Menstruation January 21, 2020

For many young women, taking care of their fertility isn’t a top priority unless they are actively trying to get pregnant. However, even if you’re not planning on conceiving anytime soon, taking charge of your fertility health while you’re younger is beneficial for both the present as well as the future – not only will it help you later down the road should you ever choose to start building a family,…

Five Fertility Care Goals for 2018

Posted in General | Tagged Fertility testing, STD, Sexual health, Period, Lifestyle factors February 8, 2018

Caring for your fertility is something that those interested in growing their family, whether in the next few years or not for a while, should keep in mind the same way they monitor their diet or exercise routine. It doesn’t have to feature an intense, daily routine, of course, but fertility shouldn’t be taken for granted. Many patients will state that they assumed they would be able to conceive wit…

When Should I Start to Be Concerned about Fertility?

Posted in General | Tagged BMI, Fertility Care, Fertility Preservation, Menstruation, STD, Tobacco April 14, 2015

At what age should a woman start to be concerned about her fertility? Is it in her 20’s? Her 30’s? A woman should certainly begin to have concerns and plan for her fertility no later than her 30’s, but fertility awareness should begin earlier. This is not to say that women necessarily need to take action in their 20’s to preserve their fertility, however egg freezing may be on option. Fertility awarene…