A Man’s Role In IVF

Dr. Kreiner Assisted Reproductive Technologies, Dave Kreiner, MD, IVF, Reproductive Health, Stress Relief, Treating Infertility 1 Comment

A husband’s experience when going through an IVF cycle varies depending in large part on how involved he gets. When a husband participates actively with the IVF process it helps to relieve much of the stress on the wife and on the relationship. The more involved he is the more he will feel more invested in the entire experience and …

Is This Stress Making Me Look Fat?

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I’m racing a 40 foot sailboat in 25 to 30 NNW winds yesterday out of Manhasset Bay. Gear was breaking, sails ripping, we broached twice….nearly did a “death roll” (when the boat gets knocked down and the tip of the mast nearly hits the water). A competitor had a man overboard; the USCG and NCPD were involved with another boat …

Tips for Reducing Infertility Stress

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These tips I recently read on a post by Melissa Brisman (source: theadventurouswriter.com) are for reducing infertility stress and will help if you’re trying to get pregnant and are coping with constant disappointment! You’re probably getting a little stressed out – and that definitely won’t help you conceive. These stress relief tips may increase your chances of getting pregnant, and …

Fertility and the MIND & BODY connection

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by: Bina Benisch, M.S., R.N. At East Coast Fertility, we understand the emotional aspect that accompanies infertility, and we believe it is equally important to support our patients emotionally as well as physically. It is important to understand fertility holistically. In addition to treating the various physical etiologies of infertility, we must take into account the effects of stress and …