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In this section of our online library, you will find medically reviewed articles about possible causes and conditions related to recurrent pregnancy loss.
PCOS is a common cause of both infertility and miscarriage. This article explores how supplementing with Myo-Inositol may help with fertility, especially for women with PCOS.
Hi, my name is Allison Schaaf. My own fertility journey, including five miscarriages, inspired me to create this website to help you navigate your own fertility path. Here are the key takeaways I would share with you as a friend: Many cases of infertility,...
Supplements can be confusing, especially when it comes to supporting fertility. This article explains the research on CoQ10, its potential role in fertility and how to determine if it’s right for you.
Fertility and Ovulation Tracking Part II: Best Fertility Monitors, Devices, Wearables, Apps, and Tests
Trying to become pregnant again after a miscarriage can be difficult. However, there is hope (and a better chance for success) if you’re able to track your “fertile window.” This article, part 2, covers technologies that help you make sense of basal body temp and fertility tracking.
Hi, my name is Allison Schaaf. My own fertility journey, including five miscarriages, inspired me to create this website to help you navigate your fertility path. Here are my main takeaways I would share with you as a friend: Tracking specific metrics such as basal body...
When it comes to pregnancy and prenatal care, what you put on your skin matters—the skincare industry is largely unregulated, so many of its products contain hormone and fertility disruptors. In this article, we’ll cover how chemicals in skincare and cosmetics can affect your pregnancy and miscarriage risk, and what you can do about it.
Luteal phase defect has been associated with recurrent miscarriage. What is luteal phase defect, what causes it, and how it relates to miscarriage. This article is part 2 of everything you need to know about progesterone, luteal phase defect, and recurrent miscarriage.
Progesterone is one of most discussed topic in our community, yet the science has been mixed. It may help with some cases of recurrent miscarriage but not others. Also, many lifestyle factors may reduce progesterone. This article covers everything you need to know about progesterone in fertility, pregnancy, and miscarriage.
Autoimmunity may contribute to many of the ~50% recurrent miscarriage cases where the cause is unknown. There could also be other types of immune abnormalities that may lead to a miscarriage. Read this article to learn about autoimmune conditions that may contribute to miscarriage, along with their management and treatment options.