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(0) Hormones and fertility: what to check?
The menstrual cycle of each woman is highly regulated by hormones. The regular level of hormonal fluctuation is unique, but there are standard healthy ranges for fluctuations. Going out of range can be a sign of hormonal dysregulation and reproductive issues. If conceiving is among your plans in the future, we highly recommend reading this article, to understand how a woman's body functions.
(0) 8 steps to increase fertility
If you are planning a pregnancy or just thinking about it, it is never too early to start getting ready to conceive. Did you know that up to 15% of couples face infertility or have difficulties on their way to becoming parents. In case your most cherished dream is to get pregnant, we have some tips to boost your fertility naturally.
(0) Does how I have sex affect my chances of getting pregnant?
When you are trying for a baby you are open to just about anything to make it happen as fast as possible. One of the most common questions asked is does sexual position matter?
(0) Unvaccinated pregnant women at increased risk of severe disease
Although the UK boasts one of the fastest vaccination programs in the world, estimates based on GP records and Public Health England data suggest hundreds of thousands of pregnant women have not had the Covid jab as the numbers of mums-to-be in hospital with the virus rises.
(0) AMH: the hormone that can help you make plans
At ScreenMe we believe all woman of reproductive age should have access to affordable hormone testing to get an insight into their current and future fertility. AMH is one of our favourite hormones because it can give us a great deal of information about our fertility and help us make plans for the present or the future.