You Can Get Pregnant Over 40 Naturally

You Can Get Pregnant Over 40 Naturally


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Friday, July 23, 2010

Miscarriage on the Today Show

It seems I never have time to totally watch all the morning shows, but the today show did a series on miscarriage (and infertility) called "I Want A Baby". I have a link below where you can watch a segment of their program profiling a woman who eventually became pregnant after three miscarriages (it was discovered that she had a clotting disorder). Meredith Viera also admits that she had four miscarriages (she went on to have three children). Hopefully this article and video will give you hope. Many women do go on to have successful pregnancies after recurrent miscarriage. Read more (be sure to scroll down to the middle of the article to click on the video link):

Friday, July 16, 2010

Pesticides and Miscarriage

We are continually hearing about how pesticides can create a number of health problems in men and women. The following article talks about how pesticides can cause miscarriage even if a women lives within a mile radius of where pesticides are being sprayed:

Pesticides Linked to Miscarriage

I know it's scary to think about all of the areas where our bodies can be exposed to toxic substances (especially since most of the time you don't even know it). Try to avoid areas where pesticides are sprayed to minimize your exposure as much as possible.

Tuesday, July 13, 2010

Partner's Smoking Could Lead To Miscarriage

Apparently second hand smoke can be quite dangerous to a pregnant woman or a woman trying to conceive. The statistics cited here were surprising. A third of women exposed to their partner's second hand smoke lost their babies in the first six weeks. Read more:

From the article:

A study found that nearly a third of women whose partners smoked more than 20 cigarettes a day lost their babies within six weeks of conceiving.

Among those who partners did not smoke, the rate was a fifth.

The research, by researchers in the US and China, is published in the American Journal of Epidemiology.

Everyone in a household where there is going to be a baby should stop smoking.
Professor Alison Murdoch
Previous research into the effect of passive smoking on pregnancy has produced inconclusive results.

This latest study focused on 526 Chinese textile workers who were newly-married.

It found that whether or not a woman's partner smoked had little difference on the likelihood of conception.

But it did seem to have a significant effect on whether the pregnancy continued past the early weeks if the partner smoked 20 or more cigarettes a day.

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