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  • Benefits of Eating Dates for Pregnancy and Labor April 7, 2021
    Dates may not be a fruit you usually keep on hand, but it deserves more attention than it gets, especially among pregnant women. Consider the benefits of eating dates for a healthy pregnancy and easier labor. Why You Should Eat Dates When You’re Expecting Natural energy: Dates are one of the sweetest types of fruit, […] The post Benefits of Eating Dates for […]
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  • Why your Libido May Be Lower than Normal March 22, 2021
    Is your libido lacking? Ebb and flow in sexual appetite is normal, but if you notice that your libido remains low for an extended time, it may indicate an underlying health issue. Let’s look at some causes of a low sex drive as well as possible treatments. Low testosterone is a common cause of a […] The post Why your Libido May Be Lower than Normal appeared […]
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  • Cost of Vasectomy Reversal March 14, 2021
    The technology involved in a vasectomy reversal has improved significantly over the past few decades. In fact, the surgical techniques used today are nothing short of miraculous. If you’ve had a vasectomy and now would like to start a family, you have a very good chance after undergoing vasectomy reversal. Still, the procedure can be […] The post Cost of Vas […]
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  • Benefits of Having Children Later in Life March 8, 2021
    Is your biological clock ticking? There’s a lot of press given to the scary aspects of waiting to build a family, like aging sperm, declining eggs, and the risks of pregnancy over age 35. Of course, it’s always important to talk to your doctor about your risks before you decide to try to conceive a […] The post Benefits of Having Children Later in Life appea […]
    Frederick Hill
  • How to Baby Proof your Home March 2, 2021
    When you are about to have a baby, it can be alarming to look at all the hazards in your home. Your space, which has always seemed benign or even inviting, may now seem like a virtual deathtrap, with danger lurking everywhere. Relax! It’s not as bad as it may seem, and babyproofing is not […] The post How to Baby Proof your Home appeared first on Sarasota Va […]
    Frederick Hill
  • What are Anti-Sperm Antibodies? February 24, 2021
    Are you and your partner struggling to become pregnant following vasectomy reversal surgery? Many factors affect the success rate of this procedure, including the potential development of anti-sperm antibodies. While this is a less common cause of male infertility, it’s still a factor worth exploring. What are Anti-Sperm Antibodies? Under normal conditions, […]
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  • What is Postpartum Depression, and How Can You be There for Your Partner? February 16, 2021
    Carrying and delivering a baby causes a slew of hormonal changes in a woman’s body. At the very least, many new moms experience “baby blues” after giving birth, which may cause mood swings, anxiety, crying, and difficulty sleeping. Baby blues typically last no longer than two weeks. Postpartum depression (PPD) is far more severe. This […] The post What is Po […]
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  • IVF vs. Vasectomy Reversal February 8, 2021
    Did you previously have a vasectomy to avoid unwanted pregnancies? What should you do if you and your female partner have decided you want to have kids together? There are two primary options for starting on the path to parenthood: in vitro fertilization (IVF) and vasectomy reversal. Consider what each process entails to help you […] The post IVF vs. Vasecto […]
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  • Vasectomy Reversal Myths February 3, 2021
    As you contemplate whether a vasectomy reversal is right for you, you may stumble upon common myths about this surgical procedure. Dispel any misunderstandings before you meet with a microsurgeon about reversing your vasectomy. Myth: A vasectomy reversal is as straightforward as a vasectomy. Almost any doctor can perform a vasectomy, a short and relatively [ […]
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  • Everything You Need to Know About Vasoepididymostomy January 28, 2021
    Vasoepididymostomy is a corrective treatment for epididymal obstruction, or blockage near the testicular end of the vas deferens. The procedure surgically connects the vas deferens to the epididymis. A successful outcome relies on the microsurgical skills and extensive experience of the physician performing the procedure. What is the Epididymis? The epididym […]
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