Fertility Cares Blog

Fertility Drugs and Ovarian Cancer
Over the years, controversy has existed whether fertility drugs can predispose to ovarian cancer. Several small poorly designed studies published in the 1990s raised the concern that drugs used to…
Fertility Myth
One fertility myth among many women of advanced reproductive age (40 and above) is that because they look and feel as they did when they were in their early 30s…
vitamin d and fertility sunblock
Vitamin D: The “Sunshine” Vitamin
Vitamin D: The “sunshine” vitamin gets another look. Vitamin D is known to promote bone and heart health. It may provide benefit in boosting the immune system and lowering risks…
Lifestyle Factors and Fertility
WEIGHT An extreme in weight either too thin or too heavy is the most serious lifestyle factor adversely effecting reproductive health. Weight is defined by Body Mass Index (BMI) which…
Environmental Pollutants
Certain environmental exposures have been implicated in pregnancy loss and infertility. The potential for environmental and occupational exposures to chemicals and pollutants to adversely affect reproduction is not surprising since…