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Celebrities who have struggled with infertility

What do Mariah Carey, Sarah Jessica Parker, Chrissy Teigen and Kim Kardashian all have in common?

The obvious fact is that they are all celebrities, but did you know that they all struggled with their fertility? Sometimes trying to conceive is difficult, and this obstacle can even affect those considered glamourous and lucky.

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9 ways to improve sperm quality

Did you know that sperm production takes about three months, so any changes a man makes today won’t show up in the semen for at least that long? If you and your partner are planning or trying to conceive, there are some lifestyle changes the man should consider making in order to improve his sperm quality.

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Causes of Secondary Infertility

Most couples that have a child together assume getting pregnant again will be as simple the next time around. But that’s not always the reality. In fact, a report by the National Center for Health Statistics estimated that more than 3 million US women with one child have a difficult time getting pregnant again — or even carrying another baby full-term.

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Infertility statistics to show you are not alone

The emotions endured while struggling with infertility can be so difficult – sadness, anger, confusion, frustration, impatience, hopelessness, and the list goes on. Fertility Institute of San Diego works daily with women and couples going through these struggles. Our staff does their best to provide comfort, compassion, understanding and hope. It’s important and reassuring to know that while you are facing difficult times,

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Foods that can improve fertility

We are sure you have heard the saying, “You are what you eat”. If you are a woman in the process of trying to conceive, it is recommended that you pay special attention to your diet. According to the National Survey of Family Growth, infertility affects over 7.4 million women (11.9%) in the United States.

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