This is a sponsored post written by me. All opinions are my own.
My husband and I have five children. I’ve found that’s kind of an awkward number. On the one hand people at the grocery store gawk and ask, “Are they all yours?” Yes, they are all mine and yes, they have the same father. Ha ha. That’s the question that cracked me up the most. These people think we have a huge family. But many of our friends have 6, 7, 8 or more children. They think we’re a nice “little” family. Personally, I side with the first group, because no matter the number it just feels like there are a lot of us to me.
With five children you wouldn’t think we ever struggled with infertility, but we were married four years before we had children. For two full years we tried to conceive before seeking help with infertility. I know many have struggled much more than we did, but to us two years felt like an eternity. I wondered what in the world was wrong with ME. Through the years as I’ve talked with women so many times they feel so alone in their struggle with infertility, but did you know that research now shows the male factor (in conception) is up to 50% in couples experiencing fertility issues? Gone are the days when it’s solely the woman’s responsibility to prepare for a healthy conception.
The journey to becoming a parent requires a little preparation and diligence from the male partner too. Thankfully my husband was as excited about starting a family as I was and was very supportive. While we are very happy with our family of seven and no longer in the struggle with infertility, we know how hard the wait can be. We cheer you on!
Our Honey-Do’s of Fertility:
1. Get tested for infertility. When I saw my doctor I was surprised that she ordered tests for me as well as for my husband.
2. Eat healthy. My husband was much better at this than I was. 😉
3. Exercise and maintain a healthy weight. Our systems just seem to work better all around when we are exercising don’t they?
4. Stress less. Stress really drags us down physically and emotionally. Gotta get rid of stress!
5. Supplements. I took supplements faithfully, but at the time we were trying to conceive I didn’t know that there was anything out there for men. We were excited to learn about Proxeed Plus and help spread the word.
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For optimal results it is recommended to take Proxeed plus for at least six (6) months, but should be taken as long as needed to maintain sperm quality, an essential factor in a couple’s fertility.ǂ
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This is a product-provided, sponsored conversation that contains affiliate links. I received a box of Proxeed plus for my own personal use. All opinions, text and experiences are my own. These statements have not been evaluated by the Food and Drug Administration. This product is not intended to diagnose, treat, cure or prevent any disease.