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03 Oct Tips To Boost Fertility

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If you’re trying to conceive, it’s important to know when you’re ovulating.

Some women can actually feel ovulation — typically as a mild ache or pain in the lower abdomen, usually on one side or the other (not the same side each time). The sensation, called mittelschmerz, can last anywhere between a few minutes and a few hours.

During mittelschmerz, you might also experience light vaginal bleeding, discharge or nausea along with the ache or pain, which is usually mild and short-lived.

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If you’re trying to conceive, stress can impact your fertility.

As many as 30% of women who attend fertility clinics report symptoms of anxiety, depression and stress.

To help de-stress, we encourage you to exercise. Not only does it pump up your endorphins and help you sleep better, it’s also considered “meditation in motion” – because you’ll find you’ve forgotten the day’s irritations and that this focus on a single task, and the resulting energy and optimism, can help you remain calm and clear in everything you do.

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Increase fertility with olive oil!

Olive oil is a monounsaturated fat that decreases inflammation in the body – inflammation interferes with ovulation, conception and your baby’s development.

We love using it on salads with balsamic vinegar!

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If you are expecting or trying to conceive, we recommend increasing your daily intake of folic acid.

Your body uses this vital B-vitamin to create red blood cells, that play a key role in reproductive health and in early fetal development.

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Are you trying to conceive? Up your intake of Omega-3 fatty acids!

We recommend taking a fish oil supplement during ovulation to help regulate hormones, promote blood flow to the uterus and increase cervical mucus – which is needed to help the sperm reach the egg.

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