Here are 5 key points to help couples who are dealing with infertility issues during summer months.
12 July 2017| Last updated on 26 February 2018
To help couples dealing with infertility issues during summer months, below are the 5 key points to avoid facing such situations.
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Tip 3: A supportive spouse is a key to your happiness. Talk to your partner about your feelings and spend more time together. Do things together which make you happy. Remember your partner needs to stop focusing on infertility worries as well so include him or her in some of your summertime activities to keep your relationship strong during this stressful time.
Tip 4: Select a great beach location that emphasises relaxation and tranquillity to distract you and your spouse from infertility stress, look for an adults-only all-inclusive beach resort that has multiple activities included to provide plenty of fun. Even though your wallet may be stretched thin by infertility treatments, with a little bit of research you can often find great off-peak deals.
Tip 5: A woman’s chances of becoming pregnant with IVF treatment are twice as high in the summer, researchers have found. So get ready for fertility treatment by relaxing and recharging emotionally and physically. Doctors have discovered that the hormone melatonin, which affects sleep patterns, could also make women more fertile during lighter months. Dr. Simon Wood, who led the study, released details at the American Society for Reproductive Medicine annual meeting in Montreal, said that “melatonin played a part in priming the fertility of women and not just in determining their sleeping and waking patterns. The hormone may act directly on reproductive tissues to make women more fertile during the lighter summer months. This means babies born in the spring will have six to eight months to develop before facing their first winter.”