You Can Get Pregnant Over 40 Naturally

You Can Get Pregnant Over 40 Naturally


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Thursday, October 27, 2011

Mariah Carey Talks About Miscarriage Before Successful Pregnancy

I frequently write about how celebrities talk about their struggles to get pregnant and their miscarriages. Yes, it even happens to the rich and famous. This is a video of an interview with Barbara Walters where 41 year old Mariah Carey talks about her struggles to get pregnant, her miscarriage and her successful twin pregnancy after fertility treatments. It also talks about how she changed her lifestyle before pregnancy:

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Thursday, October 20, 2011

Pregnancy Loss Study Participants Needed

I am posting this request on behalf of Drexel University:

If you have experienced a pregnancy loss (stillbirth or miscarriage) in the past 6 months to 4 years, we want to hear YOUR story.

Drexel University is conducting a research study to learn how women healed and moved on from the grief of their loss. You are eligible if you:

1. Are between the ages of 19 and 50
2. Live in the United States
3. Identify as either White/Caucasian or Black/African American
4. Experienced a miscarriage or stillbirth any time between October, 2007, and April, 2011.

The study is confidential and secure- your identity and medical information will be not be shared with anyone outside the research team at Drexel University. Your answers will not be linked to your name or identity.

The study takes approximately 30-40 minutes to complete, and can be done online or over the phone (you can choose how you want to participate). As a "thank you," we are offering a choice of a small "care package" (of lotion, chocolate, and tea), or a Dunkin Donuts gift card (both are worth approximately $5) to women who participate.

Please email us at if you are interested in volunteering for the study. Thank you- we are looking forward to hearing from you soon.

Tuesday, October 18, 2011

Preventing Miscarriage and Pre-term Birth with Good Dental Hygiene

The first time I heard about the connection between good dental hygiene and pregnancy complications I almost didn't believe it. I thought maybe it was a ploy by the dental industry to drum up business! But after I reading about it, everything seemed to make sense. Even though your mouth is a long way away from your reproductive system, what goes on in it can affect your entire body. Here is an article that tells more:

Reduce Risk for Preemies and Miscarriage with Good Dental Hygiene

From the article:

"It has been suggested that a labor-inducing chemical found in oral bacteria called prostaglandin, may trigger early delivery. High levels of the chemical are found in women with advanced periodontal disease. A study recently published in the Journal of Clinical Periodontology suggested that some bacteria associated with periodontal disease actually increased the risk of premature deliveries. In the same study the presence of certain oral bacteria had a protective effect against early delivery or low birth weight babies."

Thursday, October 06, 2011

Michele Bachmann Talks About How Miscarriage changed Her Priorities

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I think we all know that miscarriage can change your life. Miscarriage can happen to anyone and this article talks about how Michele Bachman had a miscarriage which changed her priorities:

From the article:

"After our second was born, we became pregnant with a third baby," she said. "It was an unexpected baby, but of course we were delighted to have this child. The child was coming along, and we ended up losing our child. And it was devastating to both of us, as you can imagine if any of you have lost a child."

She said the experience led her and husband Marcus to re-evaluate their priorities.

"At that moment, we didn't think of ourselves as overly career-minded or overly materialistic, but when we lost that child it changed us, and it changed us forever," she said. "We made a commitment that, no matter how many children were brought into our life, we would receive them because we are committed to life."

Tuesday, October 04, 2011

H1N1 Vaccine and Miscarriage

Of course you should talk with your doctor before taking any kind of drug or getting any type of vaccine when pregnant. However, this article talks about the increase in miscarriages in women who took the H1N1 vaccine. Read more:

H1N1 vaccine linked to 700 percent increase in miscarriages

From the article:

the numbers clearly show that along with the rise in vaccinations due to the H1N1 scare came the sharp increase in miscarriages, including a slew of actual reported adverse events.

But the CDC does not seem to care about the facts, as numerous reports indicate the agency has failed to report any of this vital information to vaccine suppliers. In fact, when presented with the data for the third time, Dr. Marie McCormick, chair of the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services (HHS) Vaccine Risk and Assessment Working Group, actually had the audacity to claim that there were no vaccine-related adverse events in pregnant women caused by the vaccine.

"This baseless and fallacious assessment by the CDC assessment group has given the green light to the CDC's Advisory Committee on Immunization Practices (ACIP) to continue their recommendation to give the 2010/11 flu shot to all people, including pregnant women," explained Eileen Dannemann, director of the National Coalition of Organized Women, presenter of the information.

"This upcoming 2010/11 flu vaccine contains the same elements that are implicated in the killing of these fetuses, the H1N1 viral component and the neurotoxin mercury (Thimerosal). Additionally, it contains two other viral strains -- a three-in-one shot for all people."

Overall, the number of vaccine-related "fetal demise" reports increased by 2,440 percent in 2009 compared to previous years, which is even more shocking than the miscarriage statistic. Meanwhile, the CDC continues to lie to the public about the vaccine, urging everyone, including pregnant women, to get it.

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