The increasing number of fertility products and apps that have hit the market in recent years are helping women get healthy, optimize their fertility, and become more aware of their cycles— which is one of the biggest obstacles in treating infertility, according to Aimee Raupp, a licensed acupuncturist, women's health and fertility expert and author of “Yes, You Can Get Pregnant: How to Improve Your Fertility Now & Into Your 40s.”
After an unexpected pregnancy nearly killed Helen Denise, the New Jersey-based woman came up with a plan to help other women avoid a similar situation, while also assisting those who were trying to get pregnant: an at-home ovulation testing kit that uses saliva, rather than urine.
Yoga is one of the simplest and most beneficial forms of exercises one can perform. It focuses on creating a balance between your body and mind through postures and physical exercises, breathing exercises, meditation, and relaxation. You can practice yoga to suit any fitness level. If you are pregnant, you should consider prenatal yoga as a good way to relax, stay in shape, and remain supple.
Nikol, she is a professional makeup artist and beauty blogger. She created her company Fresh Beauty Studio in 2006 specializing in international bridal beauty. She is obsessed with her job, testing new beauty products, filming videos and creating gorgeous bridal hair and makeup. Also, she created another blog “Not Just A Beauty Blogger" to bring a little bit of herself to IVF through fashion, beauty, anything and everything positive and through videos. The blog is basically to keep her sane and to inspire and encourage other women that are also on their own fertility journey.