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  • Balancing Hormones: Is Medication the Only Way or Can I do it Naturally?

    Laughter Helps Balance Hormones - LocateADoc.comA special guest article by Maiysha Clairborne MD, an American Board Certified Family Physician, Holistic Wellness Consultant, Life Balance & Fulfillment Coach practicing in Atlanta, GA.

  • Is Bioidentical Hormone Replacement Right for You?

    If you’re suffering from excessive fatigue, depression, blood sugar problems or the major symptoms of menopause, you may be a good candidate for bioidentical hormone replacement therapy. Bioidentical hormone replacement therapy is designed to address a number of health problems related to hormonal imbalances, and can be an attractive alternative to synthetic hormones. In many situations, bioidentical hormone replacement therapy involves nutritional supplementation, dietary changes and lifestyle modifications in order to bring about effective results.

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    Couples or single women who want to become pregnant but have fertility problems such as damaged or blocked fallopian tubes, low sperm count, or other issues have other options available to obtain a better chance of becoming pregnant. In cases of infertility, in vitro fertilization may be the most effective choice. IVF can work for many couples who want to become pregnant, but it is not the right solution for everyone. How do you know if IVF is the right choice for you?

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    Women who are pregnant will go above and beyond to ensure their babies are safe. Pregnant women change their diets, quit smoking and drinking, and lay off caffeine. During pregnancy, women also consult with their doctors about which medications may be unsafe. Opinions on one class of medication in particular, antidepressants, have been varied across medical professionals.