Hutchison’s Huddle: Holistic Fertility

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Hutchison’s Huddle: Holistic Fertility

The fertility journey can be expensive and with Arizona being one of the poorest states in the country, building your family through assisted reproductive technology might not be feasible. Thankfully, there have been studies done and we’ve seen some success in increasing your chances of getting pregnant using holistic treatments. From Acupuncture to Yoga, there are lots of alternative approaches you can take to support a healthy lifestyle and encourage pregnancy.  On this week’s ... Read More
March 2, 2020 By in

Discover Your Fertility Options for LGBT Couples in Tucson

At the Reproductive Health Center, we believe that all people have the right to caring relationships and parenthood. Pregnancy requires a sperm and an egg.  For LGBT couples who desire to have children of their own, ongoing technological advances now make it possible for them to choose from several fertility options in Tucson.   Reproductive Health Center is a caring, safe and welcoming environment where you can discuss your options for family building with  Dr. Scot ... Read More
July 17, 2018 By in

Conceive After Permanent Birth Control in Tucson

Permanent pregnancy prevention is a decision that must be well thought out, thoroughly discussed, and agreed upon 100 percent by both parties in the relationship. It should only be undertaken if the woman and man are absolutely convinced they wish to not have any children at all or any more than they already have in their family. Yet, circumstances change. In time, one partner or the other may regret making the decision to undergo a tubal ligation or a vasectomy. In some instances, ... Read More
May 9, 2018 By in

Endometriosis can make conception difficult for couples in Tucson

Many women are aware of how painful endometriosis can be, especially during their periods.  Although cramping can be normal during a menstrual bleed, the patient with endometriosis can have severe pain during her period.  Pelvic pain is a common side effect of endometriosis as is difficulty conceiving a baby (in Tucson). For pregnancy to happen, an egg must release from the ovary,  and make its way through a fallopian tube where it is fertilized by a sperm cell.  Unfortunately, ... Read More
February 22, 2018 By in

Stress Can Affect Your Chances for Pregnancy in Tucson

Life today is hectic. There’s so much go-go-go that we forget to slow down from time to time. From a busy work day to rushing around for after work events – all the while trying to maintain a clean house and keep up with social media (and all the new posts of people having babies, ugh!)– there doesn’t seem to be much chance to slow down. But your stress may be doing a number on your chances for pregnancy. Before running the risk for complications, you might want to find time to relax ... Read More
June 26, 2015 By in

Sweet Tooth? Learn all about Sugar with Hana Feeney

Get control over sugar this Wednesday, October 10 at 5:30 pm! Nutrition expert Hana A. Feeney, MS, RD will be answering your questions: How much sugar can I have? Is there ‘good’ and ‘bad’ sugar? How do I read a food label? What about artificial sweeteners? What can I eat to satisfy my sweet tooth? Learn all about sugar, how it affects you and the best foods to eat. Call 733-0083 to sign up. Can’t make it this week? Send a quick email with your questions to ... Read More
October 9, 2012 By Holly Repr0du(ti0n in

Quick Dinner Ideas Do you need some inspiration for quick and delicious dinners? At our next Fertility Foods class, nutrition expert Hana Feeney will be sharing ideas, tips and strategies for fast, nutritious dinners. Learn how to make balanced meals with a few key ingredients. Wednesday, September 19, 5:30 pm at the Reproductive Health Center Sign up now by stopping by the front desk or call 733-0083 Have questions about Fertility Foods, please call or email Hana ... Read More
September 6, 2012 By Holly Repr0du(ti0n in

Power Breakfast with Hana Feeney Recap

Last night we had a great time talking about creative breakfast ideas and tasting a new breakfast concept-Summertime Oatmeal. Here’s what you missed if you didn’t make it to Fertility Foods: Research clearly demonstrates that 1) Eating breakfast and 2) Including protein or fat at breakfast helps to enhance your energy and concentration and reduce cravings throughout the day. To ensure that you eat a mix of nutrients that will sustain your energy and focus all day long combine ... Read More
August 9, 2012 By Holly Repr0du(ti0n in