AD | Many couples require the support of a fertility treatment to help them conceive a child. This could, in part, be due to the limited education people are offered regarding infertility as a health issue. It’s important for anyone hoping to become a parent to know the follow six facts about fertility.

Were you surprised by any of these facts? Do you have a unique fertility story to share?

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10 Comments

  1. This post is so important, and I definitely learned quite a few things. Reading yours & Sophie’s (Glow Steady) posts on this topic today, and the fact that this is something I already think about frequently reminds me that I should be actively aware of what’s going on in my body. I don’t have any concerns about my fertility as of right now, but that doesn’t mean I shouldn’t know how my body is doing especially as it’s one of my biggest desires to have children!

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  2. This is really great information to know honestly! Even though I don’t want kids (at least right now), this is good to know! I always knew smoking wasn’t healthy in general and can cause issues with pregnancy… but I never knew smoking while pregnant can cause the child to potentially have fertility issues as well. I personally live a straightedge lifestyle (no smoking, no alcohol, no drugs/mind-altering substances of any kind), but that is still a good thing to know!

    Katherine Isabella | https://katherineisabella.blogspot.com/

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