The Do’s

Prioritize Good Health for at least 3 months.

Start early and stick to it through the IVF cycle. However important sperm health is, women’s prenatal health is even more important. The general advice is to start prenatal vitamins at least 3 months before trying to conceive.

Manage Your Stress

impacts your health--and the longer you’re stressed, the bigger the impact. you’ll need a good arsenal of stress relief techniques to turn to. Here are a few ideas:

  • Drawing/Painting
  • Gardening
  • Meditation
  • Caligraphy/Photography

Eat Well

Eat nutrient dense food, including lots of plants, nuts, seeds, fish, eggs and avocado, and any other foods dense in essential nutrients and high in good fats. Lay off the sugar and inflammatory foods.

Take Your Vitamins

Father’s health is frequently overlooked, but sperm constitute half a baby’s genetic material. Women’s vitamin supplementation is even more critical because in addition to the nutrients required to make, grow and birth a healthy baby.

  • Drink a lot of Fluid
  • Sleep 7+ Hours per night
  • Take Time to Relax and Be Patient
  • Do Yoga, Meditation and Breathing Exercises

The Don’ts

  • Don’t drink Alcohol
  • Don’t rely on Caffeine
  • Don’t exercise for Weight Loss
  • Cut down on Unhealthy Habits
  • Less intake of High Glycemic Index or GI Foods, like processed foods and sugar
  • Eat small frequent meals instead of 3 Large ones to avoid morning sickness

The fact is that IVF requires an investment of time, money and energy and both partners play an important role in preparation and success.

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