Polycystic ovarian syndrome is usually characterized by menstrual irregularities and hormone imbalances [1]. A common trend I see in PCOS patients clinically, is suboptimal sleep, of which there are several causes. Another intriguing connection is the one between sleep apnea and fatty liver. As you’ll learn here, many of the underlying hormonal issues found in…

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Cycle monitoring can be done in various ways. This article will discuss cycle monitoring in the context of working with a naturopathic doctor. You will find there are many ways to do it, varying in price and convenience. When working with conventional Fertility Clinics, you may find cycle monitoring requires repeated visits to the clinic,…

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Cycle monitoring can be done in various ways. This article will discuss cycle monitoring in the context of working with fertility doctors where routine ultrasounds and blood work are done. You can also monitor ovulation through other means, through less invasive methods, at home. For information related to at home ovulation monitoring methods, please click…

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IUI is a form of Assisted Reproductive Technology (ART). IUI is used as a way to assist couples who are having difficulties conceiving. It involves placing sperm into the uterus, using a special catheter. There are a few ways to prepare the sperm, this article will break it down. Why are Sperm Prepared as Part…

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