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Surviving Mother’s Day When Trying To Conceive

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Surviving Mother’s Day When Trying To Conceive

Mother’s Day (along with every other special date) is often a really tough day when you are still desperately trying to have the baby you are longing for. There are constant reminders in shops, on TV, on social media and the marketing emails you receive on a daily basis. I remember all too well that sickening feeling in the pit of my stomach on Mother’s Day, wishing I was ‘in the club’. It would be a sad reminder that last Mother’s Day I’d hoped I’d have my baby by this Mother’s Day. Everywhere I looked people were happily flaunting pictures...

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We are now stocking Bud Fertility Supplements

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We are now stocking Bud Fertility Supplements

Inspired by their personal experience of unexplained secondary infertility, Bud fertility formulas have been created to support all those in the pursuit of parenthood.    Bud founders Tim and Sarita Heard’s TTC journey lasted four long years. But ended very happily with the arrival of twins, after the help of IVF and some very clever people at Guy’s and St Thomas’ Hospital!    This experience gave them an insight into the reality of fertility problems that so many people unexpectedly have to face. Convinced by the powerful role nutrition played in their own experience and disappointed by the supplements available, they set about creating...

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Why all women can't use standard ovulation tests?

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Why all women can't use standard ovulation tests?

Guest Blogger: Erik Henau, CEO, myLotus   Most women will be familiar with ovulation tests but the women that would benefit the most from these are the least satisfied. I have heard so many women say: “I never detect my ovulation with these tests.” Or “They don’t work, they say I’m always fertile.” Even the medical profession is in two minds about their usefulness. The problem is that standard tests are based on the “average woman”. It means that the hormone level in your urine is compared to the average level. If you are above then you are in your...

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P is for Passion for PCOS

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P is for Passion for PCOS

I have a passion for PCOS. I very much suspect, however, that if you’re currently struggling with PCOS that you couldn’t feel less passionate about it. I get that. PCOS is an all-consuming, debilitating and confidence bashing condition. It is unfortunately poorly diagnosed, with the majority of women experiencing years of frustration and put up with undesirable symptoms before they get a definitive diagnosis. Even after diagnosis, you may have been told to ‘go away and lose weight’ before you can receive any help in conceiving but how can you lose weight and control your symptoms if you’re not given...

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Kate Davies’ #PCOS30DayChallenge is back

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Kate Davies’ #PCOS30DayChallenge is back

Kate Davies along with 4 experts, will be sharing their PCOS knowledge with you. The challenge involves weekly live webinars on; motivation and emotional health, nutrition, exercise and weight loss and supplements and herbs for PCOS. During this challenge you will also have access to PCOS recipes and diet plans, a bespoke PCOS exercise plan, a downloadable meditation and more. Kate has also developed workbooks to accompany the webinars and for you to use at home. There is also a dedicated #PCOS30DayChallenge Facebook support group community to help to keep you motivated and on track. New for this challenge is the opportunity to ‘buddy up’ with a challenge buddy, who can offer you support.

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