Smoking cigarettes. Not getting enough sleep. Drinking too much alcohol. Being overweight. These lifestyle choices may not seem significant when it comes to procreating, but they can affect male fertility and may eventually cause problems.Team Ovry | Tue, Oct 12, 21
There are still barriers that prevent people from sharing their stories about miscarriages, yet one in four pregnancies end in one. We want to highlight the strong, resilient, and at times, vulnerable women who have decided to speak up about what they’ve gone through.
Male infertility contributes to more than half of all cases of childlessness around the world, yet infertility remains a woman’s social burden. A crucial part of the process to take the burden off of women is to have men understand their own bodies and advocate for themselves.
At 30 years old, Brooke Roth, group fitness instructor for The Class and Ride Cycle Studio, learnt that her AMH (egg count) was very low. After several failed fertility treatments, she was able to conceive naturally and now has two toddlers. Brooke shares the ups and downs of her fertility journey and about the importance of staying true to your journey.