fertility treatment.Likewise, if you're trying to conceive naturally, I'd say it might be worth avoiding soya products - particularly around the time you ovulate - even if there's only a slim chance that it affects your fertility. Once you're pregnant there
be diagnosed with an ultrasound scan and a blood test.The hospital tests you have booked should shed some light on why your periods are infrequent and treatment can then be recommended.
recommend you see the obstetrician before you fall pregnant to establish a treatment plan.High blood pressure increases the risk of problems for both mother and baby, which is why it needs to be closely monitored in pregnancy. Complications can include pre
-up so that any necessary treatment can be recommended.
an abnormality of the shape of your womb, or fibroids.A blood test for a condition called antiphosphoilipid syndrome or Hughes Syndrome (this can cause recurrent miscarriages and there are treatments that can reduce the risk) should also be done.Other blood tests